Archive for March, 2012

So Perky


Sometimes, I go to Inman Perk all day and completely out-hipster myself. And am totally ok with it. Advertisements



I saw this contest posted in The New York Times earlier this week and am dying to read the winning essay. The contest asks writers to explain not why meat is tasty or convenient to eat but why it is moral. I’ve never heard an ethical argument in favor of meat eating. Lots of comments about smoky flavor, about […]

New Noms


Being the incredibly observant girl I am, it only took me two months to realize that Rainbow Natural Foods is just about a 10 minute walk from my apartment now that I live all the way on the other side of Lullwater. Perfection. I went there yesterday and got some new products to try. Whitney’s mentioned dulse a […]



Sometimes it is easy to forget how amazing, beautiful, and perfect we all are. We stress about just how many dripping spoonfuls of peanut butter we’ve eaten straight from the jar in the past 24 hours. We spend hours in stores trying on swimsuit after swimsuit longing for the cold days of winter when it’s […]

Drink Up


This spring break has been very tame by college standards. There have been no jello shots, no trips to the beach, no cruises. And yet, I’ve been completely content and happy. Perhaps it’s due to listening to this on repeat. Or the high levels of yummy beverages flowing through my veins the past few days. […]

Spring has finally arrived in Atlanta and I took advantage of the 80 degree weather and biked from Emory’s campus to the Decatur Wednesday Farmers’ Market. At the corner of Church St. and Commerce Dr., the little market was abuzz with people shopping in the late afternoon sunshine. Vegetables, salsa, and olive oil were some […]



One of the best things about this semester is that I am getting to research and write about topics that I am passionate about and fascinated by. Spending my spring break venturing to a new coffee shop every day and working has not felt as tedious as one might expect because I’m hungry for more […]