Happy Halloween!

Lions, and tigers, and cute dogs… oh my! 😍🎃🐶 waiting for her trick-or-treaters! . . . #brownie #lhasaapso #lhasagram #dogsofnewberlin #dogsofwisconsin #halloween #halloween2017 #dogs #cute #pumpkin #trickortreat #dogstagram #dogsofinstagram #instagood A post shared by Jenny Loeffler (@jennyloe) on Oct 29, 2017 at 2:15pm PDT * * * * * Happy Halloween, from my family to…

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Tea Talks: My Love Affair with the City

I have been in New York for ten months now. TEN months! That’s nearly a year. I can’t believe it. Since I have been here, I’ve really had a love/hate relationship with the city. I don’t know that “hate” is the right word, but definitely something along the lines of “OhMyGoshWhyAmIHereIShouldJustGoHome.” It’s not easy living…

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[currently] Returning to my Shopping Roots

JCPenney has been viewed unfavorably by disgruntled consumers and the media over the past several years. However, I recently made a little trip to their online store and was nothing but pleased with what I came across. I still don’t get why people don’t like or are simply afraid to shop here. The prices are…

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[currently] Dreaming of Spring

I started this morning off by waking up to a fairly dark apartment. I began heating my water for tea and looked out my window to see heaps of snow piling down on the buildings below me. Yikes! I’m thankful that my internship supervisor told me to stay home for the day, and I’m DOUBLY…

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Winter Blues

This is usually one of the bluest times of the year for me – and hundreds of thousands of other people in the U.S. who experience SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). But I feel like I’ve been coping with it much better this year. Here are some things that I think have made a tremendous impact…

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What I’m FALLing For…

So as I mentioned in an earlier post, I’m not the best at updating this blog, BUT at least it’s been under a month since my last post! School has started, I’ve already done a bunch of readings (and will have many, many more to do before the end of the semester!), and fall is…

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