I've come to the recent realization that I don't know who I've become. Over the last few years since separating myself from my ex-husband, I realized I had lost myself. Not only lost myself because my identity became "mom" after having children, but I even lost myself in my marriage. Our relationship wasn't healthy, to … Continue reading When You’ve Lost Yourself.
So we failed a bit already on our "NSM*." See, what happened was my partner surprised me with a mini getaway to Vermont. To back track, my osteoarthritis [and fibromyalgia] had been flaring up. I had to switch my work weekend because I wasn't sure if I was going to feel better, the same or … Continue reading Vermont Getaway. 🍂
If you're new here, November is my time for a "no spend month." I like to be cheesy and call it "NO-SPEND-VEMBER."How do you not spend money in a month? Well the answer is the obvious. You can't. So what does this even mean? Well, the point of a "no spend month" or NSM for … Continue reading NSM.
I was looking back at this post I wrote earlier this year; "six things I am not longer buying." After reading it, I realized I was failing just a tad. I was overspending in the coffee department and I did recently start back my grocery delivery subscription because of my osteoarthritis. But I did notice … Continue reading Six Things I’m No Longer Buying [Pt. II].
Over the passed year or so, I've been trying to get back into the habit of being a better planner. Before Covid hit, I was very on top of my "planning" game. Yet for some reason, when I started working again, mixed with my partner moving in, my oldest in school, more extracurricular activities plus … Continue reading Minimalist [ish] Planner.
Alright, alright... y'all should know how my brain works by now. Remember this desk I literally just had in the living room? Well I ended up giving it to my oldest. was going to actually give her the same desk for Christmas. She has been reading and drawing a lot and I wanted her to have … Continue reading Minimalist[ish] Desk.
Since deactivating Instagram, I oddly found myself with more time then I anticipated. All those moments I wasted on taking the perfect photo or writing the perfect post. While I understand that there are many out there that need social media for their business, for me it was just an outlet. Or rather "a waste … Continue reading Exercise As Part of Daily Life.
I had my first panic attack in years. Since I've been able to manage most of my ADHD symptoms (and anxiety), I started "over doing it" again. There were also some things going on behind the scenes that I won't dive into. Let's just discuss about me having difficulty managing living with a Maximalist. While, … Continue reading Chaos.🍃
Why hello there! I took a mini break from blogging last week since school started back for my kiddos. Here's a recap: My oldest started second grade [in a new building]. The twin's first few days of homeschool was a success. We did fall themed worksheets, worked on a few letters, numbers and did some … Continue reading Progress.
I used to have a bad habit with impulsive decisions. Like I previously mentioned, I lost the desire for the fitness industry. It was just time to end that part of my life. Perhaps in time my desire for training and teaching will come back. For now I just want to focus on the most … Continue reading Impulse. 🌿