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The 5 Stages of Yard Sale Grief

5 Stages of Yard Sale Grief

“You know what could be fun and not at all awful? Let’s have a yard sale!” Apparently I haven’t seen enough memes and tweets about the royal pain in the rear that are yard sales to deter my enthusiasm for Read more…


Tell Me Something Weird

Embrace your weird! Four questions to jumpstart conversation and learn about the weird in the people you love.

One of my feet is a full size bigger than the other one. I understand this may lead to three follow up questions: 1. What in the hell? 2. Is that for real? 3. How does she buy shoes? (Fair, Read more…


The Matchbook Urn: A Family Love Story

February on With Love and a Little Self-Deprecation is dedicated to love. Family love, friendship love, marriage love, “that wasn’t even close to being” love – just lots and lots of love. But in a funny way, I promise. Today’s My Read more…


OkCupid’s Arrow: A Rather Successful Online Love Story

February on With Love, Becca is dedicated to love. Family love, friendship love, marriage love, “that wasn’t even close to being” love – just lots and lots of love. But in a funny way, I promise. Today’s My Funny Valentine post, a Read more…


My Best Brother’s Wedding

My best brother's wedding - Rocky Mountain Wedding

The universally agreed upon “forever age” for younger siblings is 8. (I checked with like 5 sources on this so don’t worry about doing your own research. It’s been covered.) If you have a younger sibling, no matter how old they Read more…


The State Who Must Not Be Named (Fine, it’s Delaware)

I have a healthy respect for 49 of our 50 states. They bring their own unique colors to this beautiful tapestry we call America. Except Delaware. I’ve never been to Delaware. Begrudgingly I will one day I suppose. But you have Read more…


36 Questions That Lead to Love (And Lava Cake)

If you listen to the Modern Love podcast you may be familiar with the 36 Questions That Lead to Love. Pretty interesting concept and made for a really great New York Times essay turned podcast episode. Basically the idea is that Read more…


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