As many of you already know, wedding planning and your wedding day can be unbelievably stressful—chaotic even. However, me and my team took many MANY steps to ensure that our big day went off as smoothly as possible.Continue reading
So, last night while me and my husband were winding down for the evening, discussing the plan for the next day it dawned on me; we still don’t have a typical “routine”.Continue reading
I love homemade jam. It’s simple, requires few ingredients, and is absent of sneaky chemicals.
Salsa. When I find good salsa, I am liable to put it on all of my savory breakfast food and any mexican food I can get my hands on. Salsa is a great, healthy alternative when made fresh. At least compared to sauces that are processed, loaded with sugar, and full of preserving chemicals.Continue reading
Relationships. We love them, we hate them, we base our lives around them. So, if that is your case; why would you not put the effort into your relationship to nurture and grow it?continue reading
Podcasts. Recently there has been a surge in content for the podcast world and I am loving it! I thought I would share my finds and go-tos as this is what I’m listening to 9/10 times I’m in the car.Continue reading
June. This month used to mean relatively nothing to me…just a summer month off of school which usually meant dreadful heat waves and a lot of fishing. But now, it is so much more.Continue reading
School and marriage; two things that, when put place in the same life scenario, sends people running for the hills filled with fear. Occupational Therapy Assisstant school is single handedly the hardest schooling I have ever endured, and 90% of that is totally my fault. I put all of this unnecessary pressure on myself to be the perfect student with the perfect grades, to know as much as I can about as many things as I can so that when I graduate I can provide skilled services and help improve people’s lives. Where does that leave me? Better yet, where does that leave my marriage?Continue reading