New Blog – A Dash of Hope

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

15 Things I’ve Learned Being Married For 6 Months

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

A LETTER TO MY GOOD FRIEND, STEPHANIE 66 DAYS BEFORE HER WEDDING

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

Going Through Tough Times Makes Your Relationship Grow

On November 30th, I celebrated 4 years with my husband. Damn. Time has flown by for the two of us. We met October 2013 and it feels just like yesterday. Since we met online, he planned for us to meet at my local gym, workout and then get some lunch afterward. Right before we met, I pulled into a nearby parking lot and sat in … Continue reading Going Through Tough Times Makes Your Relationship Grow

I fell in love all over again with my husband – after reading Andrea Miller’s “Radical Acceptance”

“How come you don’t accept me for who I am? I never complain about your flaws!” my husband asked. Honestly, we’ve had this conversation a million times. We’ve been together for almost 4 years and I have still yet to accept every part of him. He’s anti-social, doesn’t communicate at times, stubborn and a loner. He doesn’t try hard to make friends. His reason being … Continue reading I fell in love all over again with my husband – after reading Andrea Miller’s “Radical Acceptance”