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I Ordered a Cheesesteak Outside of Philadelphia

Ah, the ever glamorous cheesesteak. While I personally prefer the buffalo chicken option (of basically everything), I finally caved and decided to try the wonderful combo of cheese, steak, onions, and grease on a roll outside of its natural habitat.

And I will never do it again.

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Five NFL Teams I’m Surprised Still Have Fans

Being an avid sports fan, I find it hard to edit myself from talking too much about things like baseball, football, or hockey – especially when I have taken it upon myself to write entries in a blog. Yet seeing how we’re entering into week three of the NFL season, I find it somewhat practical to take a moment to not only judge these teams, but the people who choose to follow their horrid existence. And before you ask “why aren’t the Jets in here?”, it’s simple – they haven’t been bad enough for long enough. Yet.

*And since I’ve been scolded by an easily offended Chiefs fan, the Super Bowls counted are post-AFL/NFL merger in 1970. No, the 1969 bowl doesn’t count. 

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The Pros (and Cons) of Living in an Active City

Well if you haven’t picked up from my other posts by now, I have switched coasts and moved to arguably one of the most active cities in the United States: Denver. It’s a lot to adjust to after living in one of the unhealthiest cities in America for the past five years of my adult life, but I’m making the best of it. From hiking to running to healthy eating, I have made a big jump in lifestyle over the past three weeks.

Still, there are times where I feel purely inadequate.

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7 Things I Absolutely Loved About Living in Philadelphia

I HAVE INTERNET AGAIN! Ok, not that big of a deal, but still. In the past few days I have become nostalgic about my past five years of living in the wonderful city of Philadelphia. After all of my times moving, I haven’t found a place I could really relate to and call home until I moved into the City of Brotherly Love. If you haven’t been before, then you’re missing out. If you have been here before, then I hope you can attest to its awesomeness.

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It’s About Time I Move on with My Life

During these past few months, I have spent a concern-able amount of time sitting on my couch and browsing through job listings on my computer. To me, it felt like my life was set on pause, that I wasn’t going anywhere despite the number of times I sent out my resume.

But then it hit me: I was looking for an excuse for my life to start.

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