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Uncommon Goods Gift Guide

This post was sponsored by Uncommon Goods. Hello readers, the year’s last call isn’t rushing you too much, is it? I usually try to start early when it comes to gift-giving because I have to figure out how much money I have, and I like searching for that perfect present for everyone. With all of the extra holiday activities though, it never seems to be … Continue reading Uncommon Goods Gift Guide

Sunshine Blogger Award #2

Hi readers, today I’ll be answering some questions from another Sunshine Blogger Award posed by the lovely Maha of Funhouse Vision. She’s written about beauty and skincare items as well as cool restaurants and events she’s attended. Thanks for the nomination! Sunshine Blogger Rules: Thank the person who nominated you in a blog post and link back to their blog. Answer the eleven questions sent by the … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award #2

Sweet Progress Box Swap!

  Earlier this month I signed up for Ashley and Dean‘s Sweet Progress Summer Box Swap. I’ve never participated in a swap before but felt comfortable enough with this blog to start. I must have imagined something about YouTube in their posts because I decided to make an unboxing video since I haven’t made a video before either. To be honest, I’m very nervous about it? But frick it, … Continue reading Sweet Progress Box Swap!

Sunshine Blogger Award!

Hey readers! Today’s post is going to be a little “About Me” as I’ve been tagged for an award meme. I’m also pleased to say we can now follow each other on Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram! My handle is _hariharian on Twitter/Insta and hariharian on Pinterest. So you know how these things work. In this case, the awesome Natasha from Sporkchop has nominated me for … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award!

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Genealogical Vacation

I watch genealogy tv shows like people watch sports. I’m yelling “Do the DNA tests! Take their spit!” at screen-Henry Louis Gates Jr. I’m so excited. While tracing one’s family can be totally privileged– money, war, genocide and more can sever branches– it’s utterly fascinating how these genealogists can find such information, know where to look, put it in historical context, etc. I’ve really no idea if I’ll ever … Continue reading Genealogical Vacation