A few years ago, I started an Inspirational Email series, but stopped. Since studying to become a Holistic health coach, I truly feel like I’ve come full circle back to that aspect once again. So, if you’re interested in my #Chatwithmeseries, please feel free to reach out via email and we can coordinate. This is a free service until I start my journey as a part-time … Continue reading #Chatwithmeseries
Hey all, Sorry I’ve been a tad MIA! I created a new blog, which you’ll find HERE. It’s about being a millennial, creating homemade dishes and finding scratch-made food in Upstate South Carolina. Along with those topics, you’ll also find lifestyle, health & fitness and marriage adventures. Since I’m turning 30 next year, I figured I’d let this blog fizzle out. If you’re not a … Continue reading New Blog – A Dash of Hope
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been interested in acting and modeling, but I never had the confidence to go after what I wanted. In high school, I took 3 years of theater and even performed in a musical during my senior year. People were taken back as I auditioned for the role because I was so quiet and shy, but I wanted to … Continue reading Stepping out of Your Comfort Zone
“Holy sh**, it’s hot in the room,” I said to myself as performed a downward facing dog pose. I started sweating the moment I walked into the room. I’ve always been rather hesitant to try hot yoga due to the fact I heard it’s hard and gets really warm in the room, but I was up for the challenge. So, I put my yoga pants … Continue reading Southern Om Hot Yoga
A year ago, our plan was to move to Greenville, SC, but I needed a job before we could fully commit. Our lease was up on March 16th in our two-bedroom apartment we shared with his parents. and so, we only had about a month to find a place to live. Our other option was to move to Delaware with his parents. We had only … Continue reading We’ve Almost Lived In Greenville For A Year!
I think deep down I’m a hipster. I love to discuss life and question why we handle things in certain ways. Some people do not think this way, but I’m one of the few who do. Why do we have to always follow the path? Why can’t we just pave our own way in life? I contemplated this while visiting The Village Grind in Greenville, … Continue reading The Village Grind: Cozy, Casual & Colorful
As millennials, most of our money is spent on bills, grocery shopping and gas. It’s rare that we get to go out and splurge. And, maybe always having to budget is causing arguments between you and your significant other. It doesn’t have to be that way because there are cheap date night ideas. * Go on a picnic in the park. Pack a few sammies … Continue reading Ten Cheap Date Ideas