Blogmas 2020: Christmas Traditions

I find myself being a bit of a traditionalist around the holiday season. Most of which are ones that I have inherited from my childhood.

Blogmas 2020: Favorite Christmas Movies

Advertisements Hey everybody!! I had to take a small hiatus, so I’m sorry for the break; but I’m back with my next post foe Blogmas! My next topic for this season: favorite Christmas movies!! This will be a short post, but I’m going to give you all the list of movies that I watch everyContinue reading “Blogmas 2020: Favorite Christmas Movies”

Blogmas Intro 2020

Advertisements So, this year I’m going to take a stab at doing Blogmas, which is something I’ve never done before! I’m pretty excited for what’s in store and ready to take on the challenge to giving you all something to enjoy everyday on my page. First, I’m going to show you all the Blogmas listContinue reading “Blogmas Intro 2020”

How to Help Your Kid Cope with Quarantine

Advertisements With my last few posts, it’s clear I don’t have to stress the overwhelming nature of this pandemic and quarantine is causing; however, there is one more population that is also dealing with the pandemic, and that is our beautiful babies. My daughter is 6, and despite her being so young, she is wellContinue reading “How to Help Your Kid Cope with Quarantine”

Been a While.

Advertisements So, a lot has happened since my last post. Good things, but things nonetheless. So, I moved. I fled the nest that I’ve known for 27 years of my life. It was very scary at first, and I don’t really think my body and mind have settled into the anxiety, but I did itContinue reading “Been a While.”

Lessons vs. Lifetimes: Using Discernment in Meaningful Relationships

Advertisements We all have encountered many friends, associates and experiences in life, but how do you know whether or not someone was placed in your life to teach you a valuable lesson, or to be there for a lifetime. I believe there is true discernment in allowing yourself to differentiate from the two. A lotContinue reading “Lessons vs. Lifetimes: Using Discernment in Meaningful Relationships”

Spring Cleaning Your Relationships

Advertisements With the springtime in full swing, it’s not uncommon for you to get the feeling to want to do.a cleanse of sorts through your life. Some people clean their homes, while others may focus more on their personal lifestyles and determine what needs to be flushed out and what does not. Starting the springContinue reading “Spring Cleaning Your Relationships”

Self Love is Always Your True First Love

Advertisements A lot of times, there are lessons that I feel cannot or will not apply to me, even being five years into my marriage; however, 2017 put me in a place where I was struggling with loving myself more than I ever was before.  In turn, that put a big strain on parts ofContinue reading “Self Love is Always Your True First Love”

Maximizing Quality Time with Quality People

Advertisements In the hustle and bustle of life’s journey, we oftentimes get caught up with missing out on spending quality time with the ones we love.  One of the things that allows me to maintain a decent level of sanity, is being able to decompress, vent, laugh, cry or just spend time with my familyContinue reading “Maximizing Quality Time with Quality People”

Live, Laugh, Love; Repeat

Advertisements Oftentimes, adults get so caught up with our responsibilities, that we forget one of the simplest things to do; laugh.  If you ask me, laughter is one of the simplest and rarest forms of enjoying life. I’ve been known to bring laughter into any situation.  It’s just in my nautre.  I am someone whoContinue reading “Live, Laugh, Love; Repeat”