Author Archives: Lauren Cerand

Lauren Cerand

About Lauren Cerand

Lauren Cerand posts her occasional notes on living at LuxLotus.com.

I Was Thinking of You

Lauren Cerand enjoys Christmas. Continue reading




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Goodbye Rhinestones, Hello Rubies

In which Lauren Cerand reflects on lessons learned in a long, hot summer.




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The Stories That We Tell Ourselves Can Be Revised

In which Lauren Cerand realizes another world is possible.




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Letter From Mazama

In which Lauren Cerand goes up, and away.




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How You Spend Your Days, You Spend Your Life

In which Lauren Cerand, wait a minute, honey, adds it up.




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The Last Sip is For the Gods

In which Lauren Cerand has her tea leaves read, and considers the merit of uncertainty.




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Love, Muddled and Stirred

In which Lauren Cerand mixes the elixir of life.




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In Praise of the Usual

In which Lauren Cerand searches for a new definition of solace, with a side of fries.




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Edith Sitwell and the Grand Gesture

In which Lauren Cerand explores the meaning of what we say and how we say it.




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