Dear Self, In 2018, I vow not to be afraid. I vow to have confidence in my abilities. I vow to stop second guessing myself. I won’t be easily defeated, and I will remain fearless. Maybe this is a tall order, but it has to happen. In 2018, I will be 29 years, which means I’m one year away from 30. Holy s***. Does turning … Continue reading A Letter To Myself in 2018
Growing up, One Tree Hill was my go-to TV show. In fact, it was my favorite show because it consisted of love, relationship advice, heartbreak, sadness, depression and devastation. My favorite character was a girl named Haley James. She was both nerdy, quirky, but cute. She ended up dating the jerk at the time, Nathan Scott, who turned into a great guy because of her. … Continue reading One Tree Hill Gave Me Hope For the Future
I turn 30 in 2 years. First of all – ew – and secondly, I figured now would be the perfect time to make a new name for myself. I threw around a few new blog titles such as my life as a 30-something year old (didn’t sound so catchy) or my new life, but nothing worked. Rather, nothing seemed to fit my personality and … Continue reading New Blog Title Coming Soon
Sometimes I still look at my ring and cannot believe I’m married. Can you believe that after over a year of tying the knot I still feel that way? I guess I start thinking of myself as a child and then am brought back to the realization I’m no longer a kid. I’m actually 28. Did I envision myself married by now? Well, I wanted … Continue reading So What?
Note: this was written at our 6 months of marriage mark! I’ve been married for 6 months. To some, that’s really not an accomplishment, but to me, it is. Heck, if you can put up with someone day in and day out, I believe that to be a success in itself. Marriage brings two people together; either you can work as a team and succeed … Continue reading 15 Things I’ve Learned Being Married For 6 Months
When we moved to Greenville two months ago, I only had a remote job while my husband didn’t have anything. Therefore, we needed to pick and choose what we’d spend our money on. We mutually decided not to pay for a kitchen table, and instead chose to make one. So, we went over our friends house to use his tools. However, if you don’t have … Continue reading My Husband And I Saved Money By Making A Kitchen Table
This article was written 66 days before my friend, Stephanie was to marry the love of her life. Dear Stephanie aka Future Bride, “To find someone who will love you for no reason, and to shower that person with reasons, that is the ultimate happiness.” -Robert Brault Scrolling through my facebook feed, I stopped and read this quote that you captured on one of your … Continue reading A LETTER TO MY GOOD FRIEND, STEPHANIE 66 DAYS BEFORE HER WEDDING