I was just telling my friend Amy I only blog right after New Year’s Day, and maybe 6 months after that if you’re lucky. Whatever, I never feel like I have anything worthy to blog about . I should mention I am friends with my direct manager on Facebook, and you know this will be shared … Continue reading New Year, Same Old Me.
I have been a resident of Denver for 3.5 days and it’s still hard for me to believe. We loaded up a moving truck all day on Saturday (literally, it took all day) and hit the road Sunday morning. I am so thankful to my mom and dad, and our friends Anthony, Aparna and Ryan … Continue reading Hello, Denver!
At the end of February, I decided I would STOP using credit cards in March so I would lessen my spending, value what I already have, and increase my savings. This is how I did… Continue reading My Month Without Credit Cards (Well, Almost…)
I cannot take credit for the hilarity that is this blog post title. It was the second hit after a quick Google of “Fridge Quotes.” At time of writing, it’s March 1st 2016. Say what? I feel like this year is already slipping away from me and it’s only been two months. I was thinking about … Continue reading I Followed My Heart, And It Led Me To My Fridge
I’ve been following my friend Kerry’s blog FirstTimeFancy for years and in the past year, Kerry and her family have been focussed on living a more minimalist lifestyle (her new blog about moving from British Columbia to Eastern Canada ~ Walkins Wanders ~ will be a great one to follow!). My other friend Josee has been living on … Continue reading C-YA, Credit Cards!
Hello, 2016! Hello, WordPress! What’s making me happy right now? My girl Aparna is back in the blogging world! I love reading Aparna’s blog posts. You must remember we became friends after talking on Twitter for a couple of months, so for her to have her blog back is a big deal. I love online, … Continue reading 2016! Let’s Go!
One of my recent goals has been to volunteer more… When I made the decision, I was hating my work-life and needed to feel useful. I started volunteering at Washtenaw Literacy, working with people who need one-on-one help with native English speakers just needing some extra help. Washtenaw Literacy is such a fantastic organization and I was … Continue reading Volunteer MORE.