I know this is getting to be an old movie now, but I just saw "About Time" yesterday and I loved it! Below are my favorite lessons from the movie. This post is going to be filled with lots of spoilers, so if you haven't seen the movie maybe go watch it and come back.Read More
I have always loved Disney! It truly is a magical place! I lived in Orlando for years and sometimes I would go do Disney just to read, or just to eat at Casey's Corner because I was craving the hot dogs. Since I've moved away I've been really missing Disney. I've realized even more so how blessed I was to be so close for those years. Now in order to go I have to save up, and fly to get to a place that I use to live 15 minutes from. Here are some of my favorite Disney tips I've used over the years. Here are a few.Read More
Here we are, the "It's gunna be May"jokes have subsided and hopefully so has the cold weather. It's May. I love May. I feel that it's such a great transition month, it's no longer the beginning of the year, but there's still so much of it left to be told that if you want to make a change you can. If somehow last month escaped you and you missed your goals you set out to do, you have another chance. Not that you can't do that every month or every day with goals, but there is just something different about May. Here are my goals for this month...
1// Make my apartment feel homey! They're finally patching up the holes in my walls that they used to install the internet.Read More
My apartment is starting to look like an apartment and it is great! It's warming up outside and starting to get into festival season, which I have this year, so exciting! I'm so happy to be able to walk to places now and have friends in the mountains that I get to visit soon! Here are some of my favorites from this month/
1// Inspiration. I found Peter McKinnon and his such a good source on inspiration and positivity on the internet!Read More
Ahh the scary word, budget. It can become so overwhelming if you look too far ahead. If you don't look ahead at all you'll end up years down the road still living from paycheck to paycheck. STRESS. Ok, now that we've gotten that aside it is time to take smaller bites in starting our budgets and it will instantly become less overwhelming.
1// Know what you make. It may seem very basic to some, but to others they may not even know how much they make in a week. Know what you're making so that you know how much you can spend. If you are paid hourly, look at your past 4-6 paychecks and average out what you make per week.Read More