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  1. Home bar. It’s this years hottest, safest spot

  2. FiOS. Had them 10+ years. Zero problems. I don't use their router or wifi gear, however.

  3. Carmelos tacos is the only place that even hit the spot in Seattle for me. They are located in a bodega in Capitol Hill, definitely check it out. They have al pastor on the trompo, lengua is fire, and the Campechano is so good.

  4. Agreed, carmelos is so good. They just opened a new sit down location in cap hill!!

  5. I had a similar experience with Kyleena. I had it inserted and about 14 months later I started having the worst cramps of my life around ovulation. For days, I laid in bed in the fetal position it was terrible. I got checked out and nothing was wrong but I decided to get it out because I was scared the pain would get worse and wasn’t sexually active. I’d recently moved across the country so I’m convinced that along with all of the other stressors in my life might have caused the pain and cramping on top of already having anxiety. I also have found being off hormonal birth control, my anxiety and mood swings have not been as severe - I feel a lot less crazy, emotional, sad.

  6. Start with a budget, figure out what your expenses will look like and set a price for what you’re able to afford. That will help narrow down your search. If you have a general sense of areas you’d be interested in living, figure out what your commute will look like. Living farther away may save you money in rent but you may not want a long commute. If you’re looking to find roommates, join the school or city’s housing, roommates Facebook page. Living with more people generally costs less than living alone, but of course be cautious and do your due diligence on strangers you will be living with. I’m sure going to school you’ll find others in your same position. Most, if not all, newer/expensive apartment buildings are listed on apartments.com, Zillow, etc. If you’re able to visit beforehand you might be able to scope out other options!

  7. Probably because after 3 years of a spewing dating advice, Rayna is in a relationship and Ashley isn’t

  8. If you’re into drinking, a lot of younger people go out to bars in Tipp Hill. Coleman’s (does a block party on thursdays, live music outside), nibsys, blarney stone

  9. We met at acme!! Follow her insta, she puts up polls that are so fun. She’s in her late twenties and talks dating in nyc and also incorporates a little astrology if you’re into that

  10. I had a similar experience with Kyleena. I had it inserted and about 14 months later I started having the worst cramps of my life around ovulation. For days, I laid in bed in the fetal position it was terrible. I got checked out and nothing was wrong but I decided to get it out because I was scared the pain would get worse and wasn’t sexually active. I’d recently moved across the country so I’m convinced that along with all of the other stressors in my life might have caused the pain and cramping on top of already having anxiety. I also have found being off hormonal birth control, my anxiety and mood swings have not been as severe - I feel a lot less crazy, emotional, sad.

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