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In an Effort to Avoid Comparing Myself to You…

“don’t compare your worst to someone’s best” – Marinka, in a comment on this blog I’ve heard this advice before. Hell, I’ve given this advice. Don’t compare your worst to someone else’s best. The moment we start to compare ourselves, … Continue reading

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Miss Britt vs. The RV Salesman

I almost assaulted an RV salesman this weekend. If it hadn’t been for the fact that my children were present, assault is illegal, and I don’t believe in violence, I’d have done my very best to knock the guy on … Continue reading

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Talking About What We’re Not Supposed To Know

I need you to read this. It’s important.  It’s important to me because it’s important to someone I care about, and you might be able to help. When my friend Patrick asked me if he could borrow my blog, my … Continue reading

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Oh, the places you’ll go. Without me.

“Congratulations! Today is your day. You’re off to Great Places! You’re off and away!” -Dr. Seuss Now that Hilly has had a chance to tell you herself, it’s OK for me to talk about it here. Hilly hasn’t been here … Continue reading

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Why don’t we spank our kids anymore?

I received a request from another blogger to do a post here. Specifically, they wanted to know what *you* – meaning you, dear reader – had to say about a certain topic. Personally, I think that says quite a bit … Continue reading

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5 Ways To Travel On A Budget. Now With Pictures.

Yesterday I went on and on about achieving your dreams and living life no matter what. For me that meant figuring out how to travel on the cheap. I find that a lot of people wish they could see experience … Continue reading

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Alive

Sometimes it’s subtle. Other times blatant and bitter. And other times still it’s simply a longing that I am all too familiar with. It must be nice, they say. It must be nice to travel. It must be nice to … Continue reading

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A Question of Alibis

Remember when I had a houseful of tourists family and I asked a bunch of bloggers to send me guest posts to have stored up for an emergency? Of course you do. I know. You keep careful track of everything … Continue reading

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WWMBD: on depression (yeah, that about sums it up)

Hey Britt, First of all, please let me start off by saying that I read your blog daily, and love it!! You are very intelligent, but at the same time, you aren’t boring. Some of your posts make me laugh … Continue reading

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