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This is a really appropriate week for me to talk about switching things up, since I didn’t have time to post this on Sunday!   Hello friends! Happy 3rd week of February! We’re almost through the hump of this month and I can’t even tell you how excited that makes me. This past week was […]

Featured, Fitness, Lifestyle

February 19, 2019

Switching Things Up- Week 3

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Hello friends! How are you doing this week?! Still going strong on the wagon? Or did you let yourself fall off? I hope it’s the first, and I hope you’ve started with tip 1 on making a habit.   I’ve been working, did my first inventory at work, celebrated my husband’s birthday (even though he […]

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February 10, 2019

Getting Stuff Done With Depression- Week 2

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Ahh February! Welcome to the month of quitting. At least for me, February is my “busy month” and no matter how strong I started in January with my resolutions, in February, I quit. Between 3 birthdays, Valentine’s day, and working full time, I’m exhausted and burnt out. Also, our household inevitably gets some sort of […]

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February 3, 2019

How to Stay “On the Wagon”

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Little known fact about me, I’m a triple threat. I can not sing, dance, and act, but I am a photographer, stylist, and young mom! You’re probably thinking I just threw 3 random facts about myself together just to pretend I’m cool.. yes that’s exactly what I did. But, I chose those 3 (of my […]

Fashion, Lifestyle, Photography, Tips

September 30, 2018

Fall Fashion Trends- 2018

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To this day, I don’t know what possesses my husband to wake up at 3-4am and drive us on vacations. He does only do this when we travel far and want Gabe to sleep in the car so he won’t get bored. But man, I don’t know how he does it (yes I do, sugarfree […]

Featured, Lifestyle, Travel

July 9, 2018

Corpus Christi Vacation

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Grief is surrounding my community lately. It surrounds me daily, since I’ve lost a lot of loved ones. Some losses are old to me, like my dad’s, and some are fresh, within the past months and weeks. The grieving process is unique to everyone and knowing how to comfort someone after they’ve lost someone is […]

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June 13, 2018

What To Avoid Saying To Someone Grieving

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One of my dreams came true when we were on vacation in Texas this past week. I went to the Magnolia Market. Yes, fangirl over Chip & Jo with me now. I’d wanted to go to the Magnolia Market back when we were in Texas a few months ago around Easter. Time didn’t allow it, […]

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June 4, 2018

I Went To The Magnolia Market!!

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Step-families. So many things are different in step-families. Like literally so many things. I was standing in the shower thinking about it when I realized Father’s Day is coming up. I started to think about my family and about all the things I’ve experienced from being in a step-family for most of my life. So […]

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May 30, 2018

Things I Want You To Know About My Step-Family- My Experience

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How many times have you seen this exact blog title or one super duper similar? Yeah me too. That’s why I hesitated to write this. But I’m not going to tell you the cliché things like “life is short” and “call your mom” and “go to that party because you’re young!”. That’s been done to […]

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May 24, 2018

21 Things I’ve Learned In 21 Years

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“How do I do it all?”   I ask myself that question almost every day. Most times, multiple times a day. How do I get up early, eat green foods, workout, go to school, take care of my dog, be a mom, wife, check on my friends, clean the house, make food, oh crap I […]

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April 11, 2018

“How Do You Do It All?”