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Goodbye, Daylight Savings Time

Goodbye, Daylight Savings Time

A short post not related to the “Should Daylight Savings Time even exist?” question (though, for the record, growing up in Hawaii where DST doesn’t exist, I’m not its strongest proponent): In the past, the end of DST and the beginning of Standard Time meant for me an extra hour of sleep. One year, this happened … Continue reading

Forever Summer

Forever Summer

Oh, summer vacation. When I am brown and beautiful, the way I should be. When I can get a full 8 hours of sleep on enough nights of the week that those when I can’t are less painful. When I can catch up on Glee (RIP Cory Monteith) and start Orange is the New Black. … Continue reading

Sugar… ohhh Coconut/Ginger/Honey

Sugar… ohhh Coconut/Ginger/Honey

Tonight’s reward for making it through half of tomorrow’s class readings: By the way, Scoops recently raised their prices by 25 cents, apparently because the cost of sugar is up 70% worldwide.  What was then $2.50 for a mini scoop is now $2.75… whomp whomp. But at least the workers try to make up for … Continue reading

Treat therapy

Treat therapy

You know what’s the best thing about the most stressful finals week ever? Living just around the corner from Scoops Westside. Today I decided to get flavors that matched my outfit. (Just kidding. It just happened to turn out that way and I thought it was funny :P) You know what’s even better than coming … Continue reading

Is it summer yet??

Is it summer yet??

Looking forward to June 15th, which hopefully marks the start of my summer vacation: the first ever to be spent mostly in Lalaland, with healthy doses of Bay Area lovin’ thrown in for good measure, and an entire August of Hawaiian hotness to perfect this meanmuggin’ face atchu. Why? Because my summer is gonna kick … Continue reading

Academic Book Porn

Academic Book Porn

Ever wonder what I’m doing when I’m not blogging? Spending hours, hours, and hours reading aaaaaaall these babies. Yeah you know you want some of THIS. Despite my bitterness that grad school takes up too much of my time, I can’t help but look over all of these books I’ve read over the past 9 … Continue reading