2017 was pretty interesting (at some points downright weird) and I’m looking forward to all the things that 2018 has to offer. I love this time when everyone is positive and reflective and ready to make changes. My biggest goal for this impending year is to be consistent. Consistency is key to making anything happen
Remember those days where you couldn’t wait to get out of school early or for class to be cancelled all together because of the snow?! Well now that I’m a parent those are the days I despise lol.
I’m always excited for August because means the kids will be on their way back to school, 🙌🏾 the sweltering weather is settling down, but more than anything I can expect the release of a new Ikea Catalog. Each year I peruse the catalog hoping to be filled with ideas on how to make additions to
Wishing a very happy and enjoyable Fathers Day to all of the daddys, step-daddy’s, and grandfathers out there!
From my family to yours Happy Easter! I hope you all had a blessed and joyous day. “Here is the amazing thing about Easter; the Resurrection Sunday for Christians is this, that Christ in the dying moments on the cross gives us the greatest illustration of forgiveness possible.” — T. D. Jakes
Let’s face it, saving is hard but necessary. Most people struggle with putting away even the smallest amounts of money and even more people feel like they can’t afford to do so. I have four children, and while that makes it even more important for us to save, it also makes it feel impossible to
This is thirty. My thirty. The thirty my 13-year-old self, 18 or even my 21-year-old self couldn’t have imagined. I’ve had fleeting moments of insecurity about my identity in the last few months leading up to this day. Who am I? What am I doing? Have I accomplished enough? But then I thought about the
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas. I am in recovery mode after waking up to 4 eager kiddies and hosting dinner. I wanted to share a quick post on how you can make the most of some of the amazing post holiday sales going on.
I love to watch my kids play, cord-free. Out from behind the iPad screens and glaring TV’s, no video games but using their imaginations and muscles to run, hop and skip. Riding their bicycles and playing hide and go-seek. Whenever they ask to play at the park or take a walk I feel obliged to