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  1. I'm not sure you are real. 🙃
  2. But I'll celebrate you anyway. ✌🏽️❤️
Timothy Goodman had a book (Sharpie Art Workshop) giveaway on instagram, and to enter you had to list your top three fave hip-hop albums of all time. There are so many good ones it was hard to choose! Now I'm primed. Here are the albums that give me those nostalgic feels in no particular order.
  1. The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill - Lauryn Hill
    "That thing" was so fun to sing a long to on the radio as a young kid. And "Ex-Factor" is one of the best break-up songs of all time. May have wailed to that song a couple times.
  2. The Score - The Fugees
    Got into this later in the game. Listening to "Ready or Not" on my old school white ipod made me feel like like the baddest freshman girl on my college campus. (I also sang "Killing Me Softly" into my very first boyfriend's voicemail in high school...cringe). Whole album is badass.
  3. The College Dropout - Kanye West
    Copy of a copy burnt on to a cd from a best guy friend in high school. Memories. "Spaceship" was so real for me because of my first minimum wage job.
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  1. I can write whatever the fuck I want without the fear of some relative or old acquaintance judging me (i. e. the reason I'm taking a facebook sabbatical)
  2. No pressure = more fun!
  3. Talking to strangers can be cool
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Ever since my little bro got me into to The Tim Ferris podcast, I've found myself trying out a ton of things I would have NEVER known about (note: I am not his target demo of early 20s tech boys, but a whatever late 20s girl). I haven't listened to every single episode, but I have clung on to the bits of gold from the episodes I do like.
  1. Downloaded the List app
    Lastest podcast interview. Which is turning out to be super fun! Thanks BJ Novak (@bjnovak) + Dev Flaherty!
  2. Became obsessed with Casey Neistat's daily vlog on Youtube
    That guy is fucking awesome. I love his scrappy style and fierce creative energy. I especially enjoy his editing style with great music and cuts of unapologetic skateboarding around NYC. His daily commitment to his craft is an inspiration to me. I heard him on a different podcast (School of Greatness), but then commited to looking him up once Tim interviewed him.
  3. Considered buying "Me Undies"
    Feels like a "geisha hugging my groin"? Count me in!
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