This may have been a bit of clickbait. Did I make it sound like I moved across the country then made my way back? I didn't. I would never. I am the definition of a h o m e b o d y. I DID, however, move to the town over. I know, I know.… Continue reading I Moved Back to my Hometown in my 30’s.
First lesson: no matter the circumstances (you can literally be staring at your sleeping child on a monitor), you will most likely hear a crying baby while you're showering. If whipping open the shower curtain to get a better listen burned many calories, I'd be 90lbs by now. I can't believe we are 6, almost… Continue reading I’m 7ish Months Into Parenting – Here’s What I’ve Learned
If you follow along with me on Instagram or have read one of my most recent blog posts, you know we moved. Now that we have unpacked the boxes, the house is looking more like a home, and I'm back to being my usual version of insane; I'd love to share some of the updates… Continue reading Home Reno: Small Updates = Big Difference
FUN FACT: when I was a child and into my young adult life, I wanted to be a news reporter. I was introduced to this career path in elementary school. We recorded (with a lot of help from a very patient adult) some news shows after school: the school lunch menu, recess activities, kickball tournament… Continue reading How I Landed in Digital Marketing by Trying to be a News Reporter
Moving is daunting. The thought of packing up the things you've accumulated in the X amount of years you've lived somewhere can seem like an impossible task. Last month, my husband and I had the opportunity to sell the house we've called home for four years. Because the market is so hot right now, it… Continue reading We Sold Our Home in 2 Days
To be genuine and honest - recently, I had been struggling mentally. We are in the middle of a move; the baby is teething; I am working full time and caring for the said baby all while we’re in the middle of a global pandemic. My daily routine is mundane, repetitive, and exhausting The height… Continue reading The Power of 60 Minutes
In a world where working hard is romanticized, it was challenging for me to work from home. Slowing down, being comfortable, and still being efficient seems oxymoronic. But it isn't.
Gender disappointment is real and you're not an asshole for feeling it. Glad I got that off my chest. In the age of social media and constantly seeing everyone's best, polished and filtered moments, I think its important to remind everyone that we are all still human. Regardless of what facetune tries to tell us.… Continue reading Gender Disappointment
Every day we exchange energy, put out energy, and consume energy. While I was pregnant, I did a lot of reading about how important energy is during childbirth. While I was excited to meet our baby, I couldn't shake my nervous energy. As much as I craved to be confident and steadfast in my abilities… Continue reading Crystal Clear Vision: The Crystals I Used in Childbirth