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Further Ado is a blog about living well and pursuing passions, with segues into culture, fashion, lifestyle, literature and travel, as well as select bits and pieces from my life.

Owner: FurtherAdo

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Language: English

Tags: fashion, lifestyle, inspiration, how to, empowerment

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  • Role Model of the Week: Dolly Parton
    on Nov 23, 2009 in Uncategorized
    When we were younger there were our older sisters, Disney stars and fairytale princesses. But who do we look up to now that we’ve grown up? Eschewing the drugged-out celebrities and philandering politicians, each week we seek someone who inspir...
  • Sunday Segues
    on Nov 23, 2009 in Uncategorized
    Uh-oh, it’s Monday! Please excuse my tardiness, I’ve been having internet issues. Currently at McDonald’s so I can use their free wireless: that’s dedication! Threadbared’s ruminations on the fashion blog, in a three-part se...
  • The benefits of language barriers
    on Nov 21, 2009 in Uncategorized
    (Photo by Curious Expeditions) I’ve had plenty of people say to me, “Oh, I’d love to move France/Spain/Indonesia/wherever, but I don’t speak enough French/Spanish/Indonesian.” I understand where they’re coming from...
  • Links à la Mode: The IFB Weekly Roundup
    on Nov 20, 2009 in Uncategorized
    Food for Thought Edited by Ashe Mischief This is my first time editing since I wrote Good Cop/Bad Cop: Participating in Links a la Mode. Thank you all so much for making this my most pleasurable experience in editing yet! I’m not sure if it’s bec...
  • Music man
    on Nov 19, 2009 in Uncategorized
    Some music for you to enjoy! The track list: Carries On – Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros Syvlia – The Antlers Intro – The XX Dear God – Monsters of Folk Bookends – Simon & Garfunkel Pitseleh – Elliot Smit...
  • Witerary Wednesdays: History of Love
    on Nov 18, 2009 in Uncategorized
    Nicole Krauss’s novel History of Love is an anatomy of loneliness, and a compendium of hope. Leo Gursky is an invisible man, elderly and despairing. His son, a famous writer, knows nothing of his existence, much to Gursky’s desolation. He has wor...
  • Zine Scene: 5 great online fashion mags
    on Nov 17, 2009 in Uncategorized
    2009 has been a tough year for the magazine industry. Circulation is downat many major publications, advertisers are jumping ship, several titles have been cut loose, and heads have been rolling at Condé Nast. Magazines are by no means ‘over&#...
  • Role model of the week: Carmen Rodi
    on Nov 16, 2009 in Uncategorized
    When we were younger there were our older sisters, Disney stars and fairytale princesses. But who do we look up to now that we’ve grown up? Eschewing the drugged-out celebrities and philandering politicians, each week we seek someone who inspir...
  • Sunday Segues
    on Nov 15, 2009 in Uncategorized
    When you think about it, the noughties has been a decade of “cute”: cute popstars, cute fashions (babydoll dresses, for example) and, of course, cute internet memes. Vanity Fair explores this phenomenon. I’m super-paranoid that one...
  • Recently in real life: Berlin
    on Nov 13, 2009 in Uncategorized
    So, why was I in Berlin? To do this story on the 20th anniversary on the fall of the Berlin wall. Click that link, watch the video, hear my voice! Most of my time was spent working – recording, interviewing. The best part was working with my...
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