Category Archives: 5 senses

Watery Habits

Coffee and tea are staples of my diet. They are part of my morning and afternoon rituals. There is something peaceful about drinking a cup of hot coffee or tea that I find relaxing. They are good places to start … Continue reading

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Meditation

Over the summer, I started a meditation practice. And, for awhile I thought I was a bomb-ass meditator. But, the more I got into it the more I realized that I’m pretty sucky at meditating. I’d like to be good, … Continue reading

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Experimental Fall Drinks

It was a little hot over Labor Day weekend to start getting excited about Fall (unless, of course, you went any place where there was air conditioning and then it was too cold to think about anything at all). But, … Continue reading

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Roving Database

Last Fall, or perhaps that Fall before, I took Felicia Lo’s class on Craftsy on spinning. It was delightful and I learned a lot about technique and spinning with color. Since then, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to … Continue reading

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To sum up, February was busy but March might be busier still.

My big goals for February were another grant deadline for my dissertation. Reading some books and articles for my dissertation. Transcribing and then coding some data for a secondary project. Participating in the Ravellenic Games. Brewing. And, finally starting the … Continue reading

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Feh-BREW-ary!!

At the beginning of February, I got this magnificent idea that it should actually be fe-brew-ary. Of course, I thought I should brew some beer which didn’t happen. The other thing I thought I’d try my hand at was some … Continue reading

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Finding things to read

At the end of last year when I was setting goals for this year I decided that I should try to merge some of my interests in order to cut down on the number of things competing for my time. … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day

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Being Healthy

All of the books seem to say the same thing: stock your kitchen such that the healthy food is just as easy to eat as the junk food (but of course, you should get rid of your junk food.) I’ve … Continue reading

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Art of Tea: Celectial Seasonings Green Tea

I love tea. And, I’ve been way into tea lately. I love coffee, too, but it’s become more of a special occasion drink for me. Tea is for every day; it is for all day. So, I was excited when … Continue reading

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