Marriage is a big commitment. You should always go into it with the intention that this will be the one and only time it will happen. This is my husband and I on our wedding day 🙂 We eloped and it was perfect. He is the love of my life, this is not a divorce … Continue reading The benefits of divorce
OMG guys. So I signed up for Stitch Fix which is a clothing subscription box where after answering a series of questions a stylist chooses items and send them to you. It’s a $20/mo charge, which will be applied to your purchase should you choose to buy an item. If you don’t choose to buy … Continue reading Stitch Fix. You guys. Stitch FIX.
So I would like to start out by saying this is absolutely not sponcered by anyone. I just love my diaper bag, want to share it, and also love the idea of giving back. Now that being said; This is my FEED projects diaper bag. Every bag sold provides 180 micronutrients to a mother and … Continue reading FEED projects diaper bag and why you need it
Carving out time to read a book when you're a busy mom can be a hard thing to do. Sometimes I just want to turn on the TV and kick my feet up and not have to think for a while. The last four months I've been doing that a LOT! (In my defense I'm … Continue reading Read for your life
SO I am just going to warn you now there are major spoilers in this. This is basically a post for people who are in desperate need of a support group after having their souls destroyed by this amazing book. I if you are looking for a book that will leave an impression on your … Continue reading The light between oceans, book summary and review
(My Enchilada recipe) So I buy a pack of the chicken breasts from Walmart they come in a pack of like…three or four. I cook the entire pack, you do you though. 2 cans of sliced black olives 2 cans green chiles 1 pack of burrito sized tortillas My husband is a wimp and can’t … Continue reading White girl-chiladas
My baby is officially four months old, and I am officially out of the "fourth trimester". It's bitter sweet for sure. We celebrated by him puking in my eye...both of them... Typically by the end of the fourth trimester things are much easier. Mom has learned her baby's cues, usually if you choose to breastfeed … Continue reading The fourth trimester
I used to be so anti-meditation and all that "hippy dippy nonsense". It just seemed silly and being a big fan of modern medicine I just thought of it as a way to "cover up" a real problem. People meditating for health or peace just didn’t seem smart. You have to work for those things, … Continue reading Namaste, bitches
This was at my desk when I got to work this morning. But I digress. So I am moving forward in my quest to have all of my favorite books signed by their author (if their alive). I reached out to three different authors. The first was Iain Lawrence for his book "The light keepers … Continue reading Don’t. Freak. Out.
This month has been so chaotic for me. It wasn’t until today that I realized how all of that chaos was a choice I was making. Its all normal life stuff, new childcare provider, planning for camping trips, sleep deprivation, bible school and kids that are "having a week" but for some reason this month … Continue reading Taking it back to the bare bones