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Hello from California!

Hi Friends, I hope you’ve had a good weekend. Economist husband and I are so enjoying our time away from the city. Here are a few snapshots – more to follow, I promise. It’s been so refreshing for us to … Continue reading

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Breakfast in Moscow Takes a Break

Hello friends! Just a quick note to let you know that blog updates will be more erratic for the rest of September and October. I am taking a long vacation to visit family and friends in the U.S. My plan … Continue reading

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8-Day Trip to San Francisco!

It’s been so long since economist husband and I have had a vacation together, just the two of us. We finally booked tickets to go visit my family in the U.S. this fall, and then we decided, why not go … Continue reading

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Moscow Weekends (and how to rest)

How do you usually spend your weekends? For economist husband and I, with our ever-shifting work schedules, weekends off together are rarer than we’d like them to be. At the moment we average between one and two weekends off of … Continue reading

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Breakfast in NYC

We LOVE New York. I mean, Minnesota was great. Cold, clean, quiet, friendly, lots of family and friends. But New York writes itself. The buzz, the hurry, the culture that blinks out at you everywhere you look like a neon … Continue reading

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Minnesota Tourist

Economist husband and I just bought plane tickets to Minnesota! For three weeks! For Christmas! It’s always exciting to buy plane tickets – it feels like opening a high-up window and getting a breath of fresh air. You taste a … Continue reading

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Notes From the Road: Venice

We love Venice! Green canal lapping at the wall just out the filmy white curtain at our hotel window. White-haired man slowly puttering the day’s catch home in his green-carpeted boat, and young man – tan with gold rings and … Continue reading

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