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I'm a writer by trade. And by passion. I'm a lover of food, friends, and all things Boston. I listen to music pretty much 24/7 and idolize Martha Stewart. I love my job(s), my life, and this city. Follow me on Twitter! @Susie

i do exciting things but i sound boring.

Was there a conference or workshop you attended that was especially beneficial?

Not only is this little Best of 09 challenge is not only causing me to repeat myself a million times, but it’s also making me realize I’m really forgetful. Either that or I’m simply super boring. Ugh, I hate that.

However, it is the 6th of December and I’m blogging, which means I’ve blogged here for 6 days straight. And to that, I say, GO ME! You should say it to (to me) too because it will make me feel good and continue blogging. Positive reinforcement FTW.

The best conference I attended this year was, no doubt (unless I’m forgetting something major, which is quite possible), the FoodBuzz Festival. I’m not even completely certain Foodbuzz Fest would be considered a conference, but for the purposes of this post, it was indeed.

I mean, it was pretty awesome.


The food was, of course, perfect. ALL WEEKEND LONG.


I’m still dreaming about this yogurt, no lie.



I sipped on olive oil at 9 a.m. Who knew that was such a good way to wake up?


And we saw some awesome sights as well.



And now I’m convinced this whole challenge thing is making me boring. Maybe that’s the point of it? To make me realize that I can come up with my own perfectly entertaining blog material than following prompts and being boring. If that’s the point, well my friends, I do believe it’s working. Of course, now that I’ve started, I feel like I have to finish. Blahhh sometimes I hate being a non-quitter.

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