Category Archives: WTT trends

January 2016’s reads of a pedometer geek

The year 2016 has begun, and so have those people who wish to make positive changes in their lives. This pedometer geek is no different, but the resolutions chosen have been continued from the previous year. There are basically two … Continue reading

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July 2015’s reads of a pedometer geek

The second half of the year has begun, but the New Year’s resolutions of this pedometer geek are going well. The first resolution is to put steps on the pedometer (with a goal of 10,000 steps per day). July was … Continue reading

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Paris? A new What-the-tuck trend?

Paris, the city of light. Paris, the city of love. Paris, the capital of France. Paris, of the iconic Eiffel Tower (La Tour Eiffel, elle est belle!*). In 2012 (published in 2011), I read Paula McClain’s The Paris Wife, which … Continue reading

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May 2015’s reads of the pedometer geek

New Year’s resolutions—the good news and the bad, or how the pedometer geek fared in May. As for putting on steps on my pedometer, May was on the par with April. This pedometer geek managed to log 198,854 steps averaging … Continue reading

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Skirting the issue…

This may be a what-the-tuck trend or just the changing style of dress. First it should be stated that this pedometer geek is not a fashion plate. I don’t buy or wear any of the brands of the rich and … Continue reading

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Exclamation points and periods…

I don’t know how to classify this blog-post. Is it a What-the-tuck trend? Is it a general writing style question? Is it a rant? I will leave it up to any reader to decide. Having said that (and this is … Continue reading

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