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Queens of Kings Island

So, last Saturday was the day I look forward to all summer long: Dividend Day at Kings Island. Beautiful weather, roller coasters, and all the deep-fried food fit to eat!I love roller coasters and always have, thanks to my mother--who was also my partner in crime on this trip.  I have never understood the people who go to amusement parks just to "walk around." WTF is the point of that? Somebody, please explain.Oh, and the

Empire state of mine

So, I returned from New York earrrrrly yesterday morning after a pretty fabulous trip. Here's how it went down: Getting thereI have a very complex packing method, which is to say that my technique involves throwing a bunch of stuff I think I might want to wear on the bed and trying to create outfits out of the jumble. This is a very slow, complicated operation that usually lasts for about 45 minutes before I

NYC 4 IFB n FNO

So, I made the (last-minute) decision to pack up and head to NYC for the IFB Evolving Influence Conference, and figured I might as well stay for the Fashion's Night Out festivities. You know, to support the economy and such.I've been working on the new issue of the magazine seemingly non-stop for the past few weeks, so I could use a fun break

Dernier week-end

Last weekend, I: Indulged my cupcake craving I'd been feenin' for a mini-cake all week, and when we stopped at ForkHeartKnife for dinner, there was a plate of vanilla cupcakes right there at the front counter.  I picked the one with the most icing and started eating it before I even ordered dinner. Rode my bike 4.5 miles Saturday morning, I set out with the goal of making it to Northside and back. I

Shop for success

Yesterday, I stopped by the Dress for Success Cincinnati headquarters to learn more about what they do and how I could get involved. Because I think about myself way too much--it seems like such a waste not to do more for other people. The DFS Associate Director, Kelly--who was fabulous and obviously dedicated to helping the women in the program--gave me a personal tour of the operation and explained the suiting process (when clients come