Christmastime in the City

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There is something undeniably beautiful about Christmastime in New York City. It seems the whole city shifts from high gear to low, and its blinding neon glare slowly fades to cheery shimmers of red and green. From hurried businesspeople to families struggling to make end's meet, it's almost as if all of New York takes a moment out of climbing their life's ladder, and stops to appreciate just how far they've come. For even just a second, scarves and stocking hats become cozy, not a hassle. Sparkling window displays and ...

One Year and 100 Posts!

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One year and 100(!) posts ago, I sat behind my stained wooden desk in my college apartment biting my nails as I pushed "publish blog" and the tasty tRuth turned from an idea to a virtual reality. Since that day, I've written through my college graduation, an internship in New York City, and a blossoming cheese obsession. I blogged from Chicago, Portland, California, Minneapolis and Maine. I wrote my most popular post and have slowly gained a wide readership. Thanks to all of you who continue to tune ...