Random Ramblings…pt. 2

Hello, it’s me again, without an idea for my blog. I don’t know what’s been going on in my creative lil brain lately…actually that’s a lie, I do know…nothing. So, we’re back with a post that probably won’t do well and honestly, that’s okay. I’m glad to even be writing right now. If you’re unfamiliar […]

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My friend Abby

A year ago I was a pile of nerves driving up to my first day at my new job. I’m not kidding, before leaving my house, I was crying wishing I didn’t have to go back to work. Yeah, I loved being unemployed simply for the fact I got to hang out with my dog. […]

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My 2019 resolutions

This morning I didn’t go to the gym because it was really cold outside and thinking of driving to the gym in the cold made me sad, so I skipped. Then I checked my email and someone liked my “renewed commitment to the gym” post and I realized 2019 is savage and ready to shame […]

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2018: a wrap up

What. A. Year.Β  Seriously, I can’t believe 2018 has come and gone…besides the fact that it was also the longest year ever. Do you remember how the Olympics happened this year? Because I definitely forgot… In the United States we’ve had a lot of incredible moments in 2018, including many women and people of color […]

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Gifts with an impact

Happy week before Christmas (if you celebrate)! ‘Tis the season for buying gifts for your loved ones with hopes they don’t use the gift receipt you almost forgot to get them, because you typically only buy for yourself (or is that just me?)… This year, I’ve been feeling really good about how productive I’ve been […]

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Random ramblings

This post is not going to do well. I know for a fact it won’t, simply because it’ll have no direction in any way, shape, or form. Or maybe it will and it’ll surprise us all. Who knows? Just keep your expectations low for this one, folks, because today, we’re just having a little get […]

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What giving back means to me

‘Tis the season to go shopping, wrap presents, and attend all of the holiday parties. Many will hop on airplanes to make the journey home to celebrate with family, face the snow ridden roads, go over the river and through the woods, just to get to grandmothers house. For many, this is one of the […]

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