Raise your hand if you are a clutz? I'm raising both hands and feet! I swear, I try so hard, yet I am constantly spilling, dripping, leaking something and usually, it's on my carpet or clothing. It's a real pain in the butt. Enter Carbona. They have a solution for everything. Like a literal … Continue reading Friday Favorites
Here are a few observations I made on our recent visit to Vegas.
In our world that is so concerned about being politically correct about EVERYTHING, it blows my mind that people still use this word on a daily basis.
For the first time, I'm really learning how to look at food in a healthy way. Food is not a bad thing, but it can't (and shouldn't) control my life.
It is a little ironic that I'm offering productivity advice as I'm a huge procrastinator that is constantly guilty of wasting time and being easily distracted. But who wants to take advice from people that have it all together? My thought is that if this can help me, it can help anyone! As I've mentioned … Continue reading 5 Productivity Tips from a Self-Acclaimed Procrastinator
I love the idea of writing in a stylish journal with my fancy pen, probably drinking a latte or something as I sit on the beach at my vacation home in Hawaii. None of this will ever happen.
Happy 1st Anniversary To Us! Warning: This post will get sappy. Don't say I didn't tell you. When I thought about my future husband, I could never picture who I would end up with. I'm moody, I spend way too much money on dining out, my car is always a mess and I can be pretty … Continue reading 1 Year Down, A Lifetime To Go!
You don't have to be technology-savvy, but if you don't know how to add a contact to your own phone, then let the experts handle your groceries, please.
When I'm reading something, I like being able to put a face to the name, a voice to the words. So hopefully this helps as you are reading my posts!
I grew up with a strong work ethic. As teenagers, if we wanted something (name brand clothing, cell phone, car, etc) we had to pay for it ourselves. I quickly found my identity in trying to be the hardest worker in any job that I took on. At my first job, I was always given … Continue reading The Millennial Life.