Monthly Archives: May 2009

The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous, and Broke

By Suze Orman This is a pretty awesome book for folks in the 20-35 range looking to get a handle on their finances. Suze lays everything out in her classic, no-bullshit style. I don’t agree with everything she says (she … Continue reading

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By Ayn Carillo-Gailey This is one of those books where I can’t tell if it’s a true story or not. It’s funny and entertaining (and has a lot of good info on porn and the sex industry along the way), … Continue reading

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Knees Update!

So, I hit Fremont Orthopedic and Rehabilitative Medicine today for an appointment with Dr. Jauregito. Got a bunch of X-Rays (the tech commented on my familiarity with most of the poses, heh), then met with the doc. He was nice … Continue reading

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Time flies

Two years ago today, I woke up a married woman for the first time. Holy crap. It doesn’t feel like two years, at least in part because Twon and I aren’t all that big on anniversaries (except our zeroth-date anniversary, … Continue reading


Chondromalacia Strikes Back!

So, as I’ve bitched about before, I have knee problems. When I was about 12, I was diagnosed with Chondromalacia Patellae, which is a collection of symptoms and has no set treatment or cure. In short, when I do things … Continue reading


Break Through Pain

By Shinzen Young I got this book because of a coincidence — I was in Mountain View for lunch with my Dad and stopped in front of East/West Books to look at their sale rack. I happened to have been … Continue reading

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Dianne Sylvan blogged a list of her skills/talents over the weekend, and challenged her readers to do the same: Here are some of the things I can do, from the awesome to the silly. Sit down and make your own … Continue reading

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