I’ve never been the most zen person. If there is a Wikipedia page that’s dedicated to Type A Nut Job, I’m pretty sure you’ll see my mug next to it. I have a particular way that I do things and I’m always planning for the next task. I wake up with a schedule running through […]
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Sweat grosses me out and I love my comfort zone (it’s my favorite place to be). These days, however, I wake up excited to hit the gym and I’m really proud of myself for all the hard work I’ve done.
The 30A Songwriters Festival weekend is one of the most magical weekends of the year for us. This is the 8th year we have attended the festival and my husband also plays every year. If you’ve never been, it’s the most fabulous way to spend a weekend in January in one of the most beautiful […]
The holidays are upon us and for most families, it’s the happiest time of the year. Kids can be cajoled into doing almost anything with just a reminder of Santa’s imminent arrival. Yes, it gets busy with lengthy gift lists and special events, but there’s an underlying level of giddiness in the air. This has […]
I never would have guessed that bringing my seven year in for an orthodontist check up was something I needed to do. She’s only in first grade! I had lost my baby teeth, had some others pulled, and was headed straight into the awkward teen years before I even thought about braces.
One of the first things we explored upon moving to Walton County was the library. We came from a place that spoiled us- stacks and stacks, fantastic children’s programs, and a checkout limit of 50 items. There was a community garden on the grounds and a café inside. The lobby was an art gallery. Plus, […]
Well, introductions can be a bit uncomfortable and awkward, so let’s just go right ahead and get that weird “’do we shake hands’ or ‘do we hug hello?’” moment out of the way. By the way, I am a hug hello kind of girl. I was born and raised in West Texas, daughter to a […]