Travel

U2, Moonalice and taking the Pink Oh! Shoe to San Francisco

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I’m going to San Francisco tomorrow, and to the Moonalice concert in Oakland. They’re opening for That Irish Band. You know, that band with those guys who have funny nick names? Bono. The Edge. Adam. Larry. Yeah, them. And I’m taking Alana, the Pink Oh! Shoe with me, because she needs to experience music, and […]

On June 7, 2011, in Sponsors, Travel, by juliejulie

Sharing Sexy, Healthy Shoes: Alana the Pink Oh! Goes to Washington, DC

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Why yes, I did take the cute pink Oh! shoes to Washington, DC after my trip to FitBloggin, to see the tourist attractions! And yes, I made strangers try them on to prove how comfortable they are. And of course I made a raft out of water bottles and duct tape so I could float them […]

On May 26, 2011, in Fashion, Fitness Adventures, Travel, by juliejulie

Meeting in Real Life: Why I Went to the FitBloggin’ Blogger’s Conference

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The thing about a conference like Fitbloggin’ is it makes you feel real. When you write about health and wellness, about fitness and weight loss, things get personal. We are sharing stories about our bodies, after all, and how our legs and arms and stomachs feel about getting off the couch, carrying babies (if we […]

On May 25, 2011, in Health and Wellness, Travel, by juliejulie

My Trip to Baltimore: Cute Shoes and Cute Girls at Fitbloggin

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I came, I walked, I talked, I got people to try on the cute pink shoes, and I remembered how lucky I am to be part of this amazing online community of bloggers I call friends. I’ll tell you the long story this afternoon when I’m stuck at the airport in Minneapolis, but for now, […]

On May 24, 2011, in Fitness Adventures, Travel, by juliejulie

Road Trip! I’m going to the FitBloggin’ Conference in Baltimore

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I do love a good blogging conference, especially one filled with great writers, and I give bonus points for healthy lifestyle, fitness and food writers! So OF COURSE I’m going to the FitBloggin11 conference this weekend in Baltimore, MD. And, I’ve been asked to speak on the Building Community Panel, along with these amazing women: […]

On May 17, 2011, in Fitness Adventures, Travel, by juliejulie

Lunch at Apple’s Cafeteria in Cupertino

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I ate lunch at Apple last week when I was in Cupertino, on my way down to BlogHerBET, and I have the video to prove it. This is my review of Apple’s Cafeteria, and their employees. I got to meet Alejandro, the chef who makes the world famous KH Toast my friend Kristin invented. He has […]

On March 30, 2011, in Food, Travel, by juliejulie

Pigs in a Blanket and the Day My Skirt Fell Down at Rockefeller Center

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We went to Ye Olde Pancake House for this week’s Sunday Morning Marriage and Breakfast Review. We haven’t been there since 1995. It looks exactly the same. A dated, but clean place trying to look Swedish. Sort of. As soon as we sat down in the periwinkle blue-backed booth and saw the white spinny stools […]

On October 18, 2010, in Fashion, Humor, Travel, by juliejulie

How to Eat a Roasted Chestnut on 5th Ave in NYC

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Have you ever had a real, fresh off the fire roasted chestnut? Me neither. So I tried one. First of all, they look like a little cooked brain popping out of their shell, which is a little weird. So there’s that. But I like walnuts, so decided to be brave:

On October 8, 2010, in Food, Travel, by juliejulie

Shop in the Street, Meet New Friends

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I met Jean in the street in front of my hotel on Sunday. There was a street fair on Lexington Avenue, filled with stuff I didn’t know I needed. Some good stuff, some junk. And then, suddenly, a whole bunch of sweaters. The shopping instinct that I’d kept filed away all weekend caught a whiff […]

On October 7, 2010, in Fashion, Travel, by juliejulie

How Twitter and Julie Klam Led Me to the Sex Museum in New York City

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[You could skip the story and scroll right down to the Sex Museum video at the end of this post, but you really shouldn’t!] I’m not even sure where to start this story, but, I guess with most things in my life lately, it all started on Twitter, and it involves Julie Klam, a famous author […]

On October 6, 2010, in Middle-aged Angst, Travel, by juliejulie
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