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Goals and Intentions

Happy New Year! Whether you were in bed by 8:30 or made it to midnight, I hope you all rang in the new year with a bang. As fun as this time of year can be, I always find myself feeling a bit let down when it all comes to an end. After months of festivities, good food, family, and rest, it can be difficult to have reality set back in. What is helping me is to set my goals...

End of 2018 reflections

Did 2018 even happen? I mean really, where does the time go?! I know I’m not the only one that feels this way. It’s so easy to roll on from one year to the next, but I think it’s important to stop and remember what happened throughout the year and what lessons were learned. So that’s what this post is going to be about-reflecting on all that has transpired throughout the year as well as lessons I am carrying with...

Coping with stress

Does anyone ever feel like THEY HAVE NO TIME to fit everything in their day or week? I wish I felt at zen as I look in this picture, but that is not the case! Sometimes it feels like no matter how hard I hustle, I’m constantly gripping for more time. Then on the days I do have more time, my mental capacity is shot. Anyone else feel that way? That’s been me the past few days weeks months. Sure, I have...

Learning to be content

I recently had the opportunity to go home for a week to spend time with my family! I am originally from the Seattle area, and it has been the longest I’ve ever been away. Luckily I’ve been able to see my family a few times between then, but there is nothing like being back in your childhood home. I am very fortunate to have a job that I can work anywhere, so I was able to work from home there,...

Finding balance in a hectic life

HAPPY FALL! This is so very basic white girl of me but I freaking love fall! October just seems like such a magical month. The smell of dead leaves takes me back to my childhood. I always went to a big harvest festival put on at our local fairgrounds where they brought in truckloads of dead leaves to cover the ground. The smell reminds me of walking through the festival kicking up the leaves, and collecting gobs of candy of...