January 4, 2013
I decorated a fake tree for the first time this year and I bought a pre-roasted turkey for Thanksgiving. Is the world ending or am I just learning how to cut my losses and live more effectively? The fake tree happened because I didn't want the pine needle clean up with a house full of guests that lingers from Christmas day well past New Years Day. And the turkey was purchased already cooked because of serious time restraints. It was delicious and the tree looked great. I don't consider any of this cutting corners, although my grandmother might. I consider this good life management. Doing one thing in order for something else to unfold more effectively is a decent way to get things done and enjoy all the action as well.
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Sporting goods clerk
Disney reservation agent
"I never buy enough batteries"
• Car-bage: cracker crumbs and residual fast-food wrappings, broken crayons, and dead batteries found in the creases and crevices of her car/SUV. • Cosmeceuticals: over-the-counter products labeled "scientifically formulated"
• COPD: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is a treatable but not curable condition that blocks airflow. It affects 24 million Americans, smokers and former smokers especially. • SAD: Seasonal Affective Disorder, depression triggered by the lack of light during winter months, affects as many as 10 million Americans
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