So I’m on my third batch of homemade yogurt and it’s absolutely amazing. One small drawback is that it seems every batch comes out a little differently and that if you try to drain whey through four layers of double-layered cheesecloth nothing will drain through, no matter how thin it is.
Here are a . . . → Read More: Problem Solved: How to Make Crock Pot Yogurt
I have never been good at waiting and time has never, ever been on my side. I’m pretty sure that’s either mixing a metaphor or I’m just being totally cliche, but either way it’s true.
I realized the other day my life moves quickly, opportunities come quickly, and I leave situations quickly when they do . . . → Read More: Late Night Ramblings of a Sleep Deprived Housewife
They say, “If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all.” Well I have an add-on to that. “If you can’t do the work you love, fuck it, just do the work you love anyway.”
My life has had a million and one things happen. Some of those experiences are amazing and . . . → Read More: I’m Out of Here
I am not a fan of TED talks.
I admit it. I’m not techy enough, I’m not genius enough, I’m not cutting edge enough, I’m not NPR enough to be hip enough to be all, OMG it’s so deeeep.
I’m sorry. If you hate me now, I won’t be mad at you. I kind . . . → Read More: Then There Was the Shame
It’s tough to use Democratic Socalist in a sentence. Mostly because there are these super-specific terms for certain mixes of conservative beliefs and liberal beliefs. Democratic Socalists aren’t really socialists, they’re a mix of beliefs that are slightly right of center and left of center. It’s a mix.
But most people wouldn’t think so . . . → Read More: Using Democratic Socialist in a Sentence (or Condorcet and the Gray Area)
I live in the south suburbs of Chicago, so I had a lot of options for taking the October 1st LSAT. I chose Northwestern Law School because in my research I saw it listed as a good location.
If you decide to take your LSAT there, here are a few suggestions.
1. . . . → Read More: Taking the LSAT at Northwestern Law School
I really need a vacation! I’m enjoying myself, for sure, but there seems to always be not enough time.
The semester ends in early December and then there’s yet another go round in Spring.
Seriously, if I didn’t have an amazing amount of time management power – like superhero power – I . . . → Read More: Exhaustion
After school ended it never felt like it did.
I joined the Illinois Coalition for Drug Policy and will be doing the social media for the organiazation while doing my best to learn more about public policy and grant writing.
Because I’m an intern.
Also, I’ve worked the last few weekends. . . . → Read More: Taking Some Time
I like to think I’m all “out there” here on the blog. Giving you the nitty gritty of what’s going on here in ChezDecki.
But about 90% of everything I think and write never ends up on the blog.
It’s not bad stuff. It’s just stuff I’m not sure is right to share. Here. . . . → Read More: So Many Drafts
I’ve been looking at the website and one of my classes for Spring has an eTextbook and I’ve been considering it but I’m just not sure what the benefit is.
Do I buy the eTextbook in addition to my regular textbook or is it in place of the regular textbook? Does it depend on . . . → Read More: Have You Tried NookStudy?