This year for the first time, I have decided that I wanted to do something for Lent. I am not only doing it off of a religious base, I am also doing it for my health. I know how I want my body to look by this Summer, and I know a lot of things that I … Continue reading My goal for Lent 2018
As said in my previous post, this year is a year of change for me. Changes for myself mean that my everyday shopping list needs to change as well. Here is my 'must list', the list of things I will start buying in order to benefit my health in this new year based on suggestions I have heard from others.
I have never been one to stick to a New Years Resolution or even a commitment to myself. When it comes to patterns, I tend to break them by whatever means necessary. I have never wanted to get caught up in a boring cycle and just watch while other people get to do, eat and say what ever they please. However, I have decided that 2018 is the year I change my stubborn ways. I now realize that sometimes a pattern can be a good thing.
Labor Day is this weekend, and if you're like me and decide to go grocery shopping extremely last minute, you're in luck! I've got some great recipes you can pick up the ingredients for tonight!
Being a parent is hard enough on its own. Trying to balance being a parent and having a relationship? Whether it’s with your child’s other parent or with someone new, it’s definitely something that is very difficult to do.
Let’s face it, learning how to be a new parent at any age is no walk in the park. Learning how to raise a baby while you’re still a baby yourself? Well imagine leaving a toddler in charge of a newborn. That’s what having a baby at the age of 17 feels like.
School is starting and I can't believe it's already here. Thursday, I start my sophomore year of college and I couldn't be more excited/anxious! I can't wait to see what's in store for the school year, but I also know that I need to be careful what I wish for. Lol. I tell myself that … Continue reading August 22 – Update
Saving money can be hard to do, especially for those who tend to live paycheck-to-paycheck. The first step is to admit you have a problem (saving money). Follow these tips and see how much money you can save up. 1. Borrow what you can Why buy an item that you only need temporarily, when you … Continue reading 8 easy ways to save money
Sometimes losing weight can be tricky.