I’m making up for my non-existence on this blog for the last several months with a long post today. Last couple of months we’ve been focused on settling in our new home but also going through a lot of not-so-fun family planning. In 2017, when I was 12 weeks pregnant I got a call from […]
Last year was supposed to be a year of travel for us. The world had other plans though. But when it is safe to travel (whether that miraculously happens this year or in a couple more) here are places both domestic and international that I would visit again in a heartbeat.
There’s a long list of things the pandemic has ruined for millions. Weddings. Vacations. Birthdays parties. Concerts. Clubs. I mean, the list is like a CVS receipt. But I refused for it to ruin having a reason for me to dress up.
January’s TV & movie round-up is going to be a little short because honestly I haven’t had the time to watch a ton of new movies or shows this month. Here are a few recommendations from what I watched this month:
With Valentine’s day around the corner and the pandemic still a problem to our plans, we have to re-think the typical gift. Whether you’re celebrating alone, with your friends, or significant other, I’ve put together a list of things to consider for your Valentine.
Favoritism. We’ve all heard of it or first-hand experienced it. Maybe, we’re at fault of participating in it too. It exists in the workplace, family, and many other relationship dynamics. However, the real problem isn’t that it happens. Rather, it’s that the person who is actually creating it (let’s call them the “favoritee”) has a lack of self-awareness and is creating a negative emotional environment for others.
About 3 months ago, my husband and I got fed up with staying home. We decided we would look for an Airbnb in a town or place within a few hours drive that we could safely explore and stay at. After a few hours of searching, going back and forth between north Georgia mountains, Savannah, […]
We’ve all heard it or experienced it. Grandparents (or parents) who complain about new lingo, don’t know how to use Facebook, or send spammy forwarded WhatsApp messages thinking if they forward it to 100 people their phone won’t get hacked. It’s a struggle that I call “Keepin’ up with the Generations.” Millennials are already experiencing it with TikTok. Heck, I am one of them.
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