After a week of recovering from our vacation and being so incredibly thankful that our family was able to spend time together and get away, I thought I would share our experience with everyone that might be looking for a new place to explore whenever this country is able to fully open once again (it… Continue reading Life in the 30A Corridor
This weekend could NOT be better, weather-wise! Sunny, mid-sixties, a slight breeze. It's almost like a fall temp. and I adore the fall. Which means I intend to spend the majority of the day outside again, just like we did yesterday. If you're into weekend vibes of getting stuff done and enjoying every second, might… Continue reading Listen up!
Well, another school year has come and gone, no matter how strange the ending, and I most definitely exhaled a sigh of relief Thursday evening. It's been a stressful and exhausting last 2 months and I am excited for summer and a tiny bit of relaxation (can't necessarily say that for sure with an 8… Continue reading Define Normal
We (I) started this blog as a way to force myself to write regularly. And it's not like I don't enjoy it, but finding the time to ...sorry, I was called away by Justin to see some ridiculous moment on Tarek El Moussa's new TV show...another distraction! Oops, sorry again, Emerson just came in to… Continue reading Why I can’t get ANYTHING accomplished
Ugh...week 5 of our stay at home order in Ohio started this morning. I'm sure you can relate to my 'blah' feelings towards this new normal. At first it wasn't awful, we were all together and we were making it work and finding creative ways to stay busy, aside from our strange new work days.… Continue reading Combating Boredom: Part 1 of MANY
Well into day 5,250,323 of this sit at home on your butt and check the pantry for something new to eat every 5 minutes (sadly, it's not just the kids), I have quickly adjusted my go-to clothing options. There is no reason to be all dressed up (and by dressed up, I mean even in… Continue reading Comfort is KEY!
Like most everyone, this last week has been like something out of a Sci-Fi film. With the coronavirus rampant in our states and the attempt to quell sickness, many are getting creative to avoid cabin fever and keep their sanity. As a teacher with two little ones at home and a husband in an essential… Continue reading Stuck…
While we're staying home for Spring Break this year to celebrate Emerson's 4th birthday with friends and family, I'm prepping for our June vacation to Destin's 30A corridor in advance so I don't miss out on some fabulous styles and prices. Between living in an area that isn't exactly next door to a shopping mecca… Continue reading Spring Break or Summer Travels? Here’s what I’m ordering!
As a man, fashion is typically the last thing on our minds. Honestly, if you shop with any regularity, it's always the same stuff. Pants, shirts, sweaters and the occasional suit depending on your job or after work activities. I'm not a trendy dude, if you've see the 'about me' picture or the image from… Continue reading Give new life to your shoes
My oldest is a joiner. FREQUENTLY. She has dipped her toe into many organizations and sports over the last several years. This year is no different. On any given day she can be found building pinewood derby cars (a glittery blue truck?) for cub scouts, learning about the Bible at her PSR class through our… Continue reading Short on Time? Two Simple Recipes that can be Prepped in Advance!