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In other words, leave me alone

There is nothing wrong with you, highly sensitive person.

Why am I never content? Why do little things bother me? Why do I complain so much? Why can’t I be normal? Okay, first of all, stop being so hard on yourself. I’m a Highly ...

Your Inner Needs

Post Title: Inner Simplicity Post Date: January 13, 2014 As we seek to refresh and revitalize ourselves, getting to a place where our minds can experience calm and quietness is vital, as it allows us ...

Addiction and 16 personality types

Personality assessment may help prevent relapse.

Predawn meditation yields pocketfuls of dirt

Post Title: Added Instruments in the Canyon’s Symphony Post Date: January 22, 2014 On my first lap up the canyon this morning I had to stop momentarily to soak in the view. It was barely ...

Cheeky, handsome, and future Ivy League

Gaga, goo-goo

Post Title: Looking for Miss Right Post Date: March 20, 2014 Male, English-American, almost one year old, looking for love. Cheeky, handsome, and future Ivy League–educated boy seeks a mischievous young girl with high energy ...

Starting a brewery is mostly not about beer

Post Title: The Romanticism of the Brewing Industry Post Date: March 26, 2014 It’s easy to dream about working in a brewery, especially when you are working on a computer all day. The thought of ...

Sarah tells us about bad beer

Sniff a can of corn, drink a Rolling Rock.

Post Title: Bad Beer Post Date: October 28, 2013 Have you ever had a craft beer that didn’t taste right? Maybe it’s all the years I worked in a lab with bacteria and yeast, but ...

Molecular biologist learns to brew

Post Title: About Me My name is Sarah and I am currently a student of UCSD Extension’s Brewing Certificate Program. I am a part of the first cohort of students in this brewing program, and ...

Quick, sell your bike before you get stabbed

Google “bike” and “stab” and “San Diego”.

The San Diego bikeist (cue trumpet fanfare)

First: what is a “bikeist,” anyway? I’ll begin by telling you what a bikeist is not. Importantly, a bikeist is not a “bikelist.” From The Urban Dictionary: Bikelist (pronounced: bike-a-list) — Someone who rides a ...

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