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July 13th, 2015
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An Interview with Twenty-Something Travel

Having traveled to over 40 countries and 5 continents, Stephanie Yoder from Twenty-Something Travel has seen places and spaces we haven’t yet had the chance to dream of. This go-getter turned what was supposed to be a one-year stint in London into a career of traveling. In a well-written blog complete with humor, useful travel tips, and plenty of information, it’s not surprising to find that Steph and her blog are often referred to as a go to source for travel information. A comprehensive site ranging from reviews, to food destinations, to personal stories, Twenty-Something Travel is one of the most illuminating travel blogs on the web.

by Linda Lu

July 10th, 2015
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Shoes For America's Last Frontier

Alaska is the largest state in the Union in landmass.  That’s a whole lot of miles to cover.  Outsiders first discovered Alaska in 1741 when Danish explorer Vitus Jonassen Bering sighted it on a voyage from Siberia.  Since then, Alaska has profited from gold rushes and oil booms.  Here are our shoe suggestions to tread the 6,000 miles of Alaskan coastline. As a nod to Alaska’s designation as “America’s Last Frontier”, you’ll need some sturdy boots, ladies, to trek this landmass.  We’ve got the perfect choice:  Boston Proper’s Boho Natural Cowboy Boot.

by Anne Middleton

July 10th, 2015
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All About Alabama

There are 50 state in the US and arguably 50 states of mind.  Today, we’re all about Alabama, aka the Cotton State.  Let’s take a walk across Alabama in some great shoes.  The word Alabama is believed to have come from Choctaw language and was adopted by the Alabama tribe as their name. The first usage appears in three accounts of the Hernando de Soto expedition of 1540.  Boston Proper’s Tassel Flat Sandal is a node to the state’s name, with its earthy styling.  Get 10% off when you sign up from emails with Boston Proper. No discussion of Alabama is complete without mentioning the University of Alabama and the Crimson Tide.

by Anne Middleton

July 8th, 2015
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People Shy?

Graduation day has come and gone.  The necessity of securing long-term employment looms over you like a dark cloud ready to burst with drenching rain. You see, the problem is you don’t like people.  It’s not that you hate them, it’s just that you work better on your own. It is a daily challenge for some. Yes, it is true.  Shocking as it may seem, there are a myriad of intelligent individuals who prefer solitude in their work and cringe when confronted by the social interaction of an office.  In fact, these folks that may appear to be withdrawn in the workplace actually thrive in their fields of interest.

by Anne Middleton

July 6th, 2015
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Olfaction Dissatisfaction

Unfortunately, there’s no such thing as Axe Body Spray or Secret Ultra Dry for cars. Car smells can be intensely annoying, as we are trapped in our cars for sometimes hours at a time.  Even if after a wh we go “nose blind” to the smell, others entrapped in your car will smell it.  If you have a pesky odor torturing your olfaction, here’s what you can do about it.  First off, if you ever smell gasoline in your car, that’s a very bad thing and you need to get your car checked immediately.  There are five culprits:  injector leak, fuel tank leak, fuel line leak, faulty canister, or a missing gas cap.

by Anne Middleton

July 6th, 2015
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An Interview with JustACarGuy

If you can appreciate cars, or are just interested in the design, aesthetics, or history of them, we've got your next bookmark.   With an incredible passion for cars and extensive arsenal of historical car facts, Jesse Bowers from JustACarGuy.blogspot.com is your go-to source for humor, photography, and interesting stories. With accolades from Hot Rod Magazine, Ride Lust, and more, JustACarGuy has built a reputation in the auto industry as a hub of information you wouldn’t want to miss.

by Linda Lu

July 5th, 2015
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Top 5 Spontaneous Destinations

If you've got a penchant for travel like me, I've got just the excuse you're looking for to assemble your bags and jet off.  From exquisite beaches off the coast of France, to remarkable temples in Bali, there's no reason to stay put. To help you get started on your adventure, here are my top 5 destinations for a spontaneous trip you'll never forget. 1.  Bali, Indonesia: If you're looking to relax on white sand beaches while soaking up an ethereal culture, look no further. Bali offers a number of incredible beaches, elegant galleries, and stunning temples.  2.

by Anne Middleton

July 2nd, 2015
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Shoes for July 4th

If you like shopping “by the dawn’s early light,” meaning that you like shopping online in the wee hours of the morning, then shopping online is for you.  If you’ve got a whole schedule of Independence Day gatherings to go to and no shoes, hop online, because we’ve got some great patriotic picks for you. Summery, comfortable and flirty, Boston Proper’s Peep Toe Wedge Sandal has a crocheted look that presents well for the church barbecue or is comfy enough to wear to the little league game.  It comes in a lovely champagne white that’s sure to complement any red, white and/or blue outfit you’ve put together.

by Anne Middleton

June 30th, 2015
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Exploring Arizona

You need some impressive, rugged shoes to explore the Grand Canyon State, Arizona.  We’ll show you what shoes to don while prancing among the Saguaro cacti or ambling about Sedona.  Also known as the copper state, the amount of copper on the roof of the Capitol building is equivalent to 4,800,000 pennies.  We promise, though, that you won’t be spending so many pennies on our shoes.  The state colors of Arizona are federal blue and old gold and it seems that Boston Proper has the perfect shoe for the proud ladies of Arizona.  The Jeweled Ivanka Trump wedge glitters in the state’s proud colors.

by Anne Middleton

June 29th, 2015

Taken For Granted

The other day, strolling through the aisles of the local grocery store, I encountered a young couple engaged in a serious discussion over what type of mustard to purchase.  There were over nine varieties of this yellow condiment available on the shelves and they could not seem to agree on what would be the best option. It got my mind working about the numerous items we take for granted in our daily lives, such as: 1. Radio Shows
No, we don’t take radio for granted, but the plethora of radio shows available to us as we begin our commute every day is astounding.

by Anne Middleton