Category Archives: book reviews

What happens when your luggage makes it to Vegas and you don’t?

Mandy Hale sure does know. She describes this along with many other tales of her life thus far in her latest book, “I’ve Never Been to Vegas, but my luggage has.” I couldn’t tell you how I first came across … Continue reading

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Chocolate Peanut Butter cups–vegan style

I am still on my flirting with veganism kick, so I decided to explore ways to have sweets that are tempting, yet dairy free.  In an earlier blog, I talked about Alicia Silverstone’s book, “The Kind Diet”. In this book, … Continue reading

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Vegan Zucchini Bread

I am sure you are probably wondering about my sudden interest in vegan and vegetarian foods. They have always been a part of my life on and off–in fact, for lent last year I gave up meat. It was then … Continue reading

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Getting out of Debt following the methods of ancient Babylon

I admit that I have a problem. I love to shop. I love shopping so much that I even enjoy shopping at the grocery store. I love to go down the aisles and check out the prices and look at … Continue reading

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My review of the “Seven Year Switch” by Claire Cook

Yesterday I finished reading the “Seven Year Switch” by Claire Cook and I must say it is one of the best chic lit books that I have read in a while.  This book tells the story of Jill Murray and … Continue reading

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