1. Congratulations on your new blog! I just started one recently and haven’t seen any other “newby blogs”. I was starting to feel a little awkward about it, but clicking on your link just made me realize that its not so weird…everyone has to start somewhere! I love your sisters blog and I’ll definitely be following yours now, it looks great. I just read the comment above saying to go get a Canon…you and me both! I’ve been taking all of mine with the Iphone…shameless. Good luck 🙂

  2. awwww LOVE the blog! i too am in my twenties and trying to find that right balance between work, friends, drinking, food, working out and everything else life entails.

    clearly, the first five of those are the biggest priorities however 🙂

    looking forward to reading more – have a fab rest of your weekend!!!

  3. I am in Boston too, and actually had the same exact beer at Towne Thursday night! It was delicious, and Towne is a pretty hip place. good luck with your blog!

  4. At first I was puzzled because I thought you ordered a big plate of cookies so I even scolled back up to see. When I didn’t see a picture, I looked again and realized it was the table next to you. I guess I am getting tired because I was thinking you must have a super metabolism with as great as you look and consuming ‘obscene’ amounts pizza, beer and cookies, but then realized I read it wrong and that was ‘long ago’.

  5. Welcome to the blogging world!! It’s nice to have another twentysomething going through the smae thing! Ok well maybe not the same, I’m 25 and married with two young babies : ) but I’m trying to regain my twenties in a healthy way! I look forward to reading much more!

  6. Julie

    Yay for your new blog! Having heard about “Larbs” on KERF for years, it’s exciting to see your own blog. *bookmark*:)

  7. I love your blog! I’m starting grad school this fall, and kind of feel the same way!

    I read Kath’s blog all the time!

  8. I’m looking forward to reading about your journey! I was in the same spot as you a few years ago (maybe more). It is difficult to try to do it all and feel successful and content at the end of the day, especially during this transition of your life. You’ll do great and it will all come together soon! Happy blogging!


  9. Hey there! I came on over here from Kath’s blog and I’m so glad I did. I totally sympathize with your feelings after graduating college because I had the same ones. Can’t wait to read about how you balance…maybe I can get some tips!

    Of note, my brother and sister are BOTH starting college in a few weeks at the undergrad university I attended. I’m simultaneously jealous and happy for them, and I can totally see myself being the weird 30-year old crashing the frat parties with my little brother and sister. Maybe your blog will keep me from embarrassing myself?

  10. Katie Didit

    I just finished a graduate program in Psychology, so I know how you’re feeling. I did the program in NC and just moved to NY to be with my boyfriend. To make me feel even more “old and boring” he is getting his phd, so he’s still “in college.” It’s been really hard for me to find a balance between everything too, especially since I’m still looking for a job!

  11. I came over from Kath’s blog but I also look forward to reading yours. I am in Boston as well, and can’t wait to see what other local places you highlight. I am trying to take back my 30’s as a professional and student in the middle of a career change!

  12. Ashley BW

    Hi, I’m also in Boston having just moved back from a 5-year stint in NYC. LOVE the Pretty Things beers. If you haven’t already, check out Cambridge Commons on Mass Ave. They often have a new Pretty Things on tap in addition to thirty other beers on draft. The selection rotates alot so you can go two nights in a row and have an even wider selection of Pretty Things. There’s also a beer and cheese store in Sommerville that carries a good selection of Pretty Things beers across the street from Biscuit and Dali. Best of luck with your blog, looking forward to reading!

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