Has College Football Returned to DFW?

It's football season, again. I love the smell of pigskin in the morning. Saturday morning's are not just for sleeping in anymore. Sure, my Saturdays will probably consist of waking up around 10am, watching College Gameday on ESPN, and then spending a good 6-9 hours of my day flipping between the slew of games available. This is a common practice for the first few … [Read more...]

Normal Dallas Heatwave or Global Warming?

It’s really hot outside. We hit 100 degrees yesterday (June 27th) which was our 4th time to hit 100 this summer. Sadly, it’s not even July yet. But one thing we can all agree on, in this time of political debates, technology debates and any other debate... it’s hot outside. Dallas, from the four years I’ve lived here, has always had hot … [Read more...]

You Are What You Eat In More Ways Than One

In this world of mass consumption, I think that there is a basic rule that people keep on forgetting, and it’s this: You are what you eat. This logic applies to life in many ways- from what people you choose as your friends, to what you put in your body. Statistics have proven that people who tend to hang around overweight people also tend to be overweight. … [Read more...]

The Joys of Mass Transit

Once upon a time I had a car and I drove it a lot. I mean- A LOT. I used to drive out to the mailbox to get the mail, I would drive the quarter of a mile it took to get me to the gas station to get my taquito, I drove basically everywhere. Then I lost my job, lost my ability to put gas in the car, and lost the car. Since a girl needs to eat, I’ve been … [Read more...]

DFW Cities in Top 100 Best Places to Live in America

Money Magazine announced it's 2007 100 Best Places to live in America. DFW represents yet again with three cities in the top 100. Sadly, my beloved North Richland Hills was not included this year after ranking #68 in 2006. Haters. Moving on... Keller surprises no one by coming in at #50 in the nation. Yes, the bastion of North Texas public school excellence … [Read more...]