This is the first series of posts I have planned. The second series will be an ongoing one in 2020 (I'll unveil that later down the road). When I started thinking about this, I got a lot of influence from an interview Taylor Swift gave earlier this year for Elle Magazine. (Yes, I enjoy listening … Continue reading 30 Thoughts: Day 1
When I first started this blog, it's purpose was split into two ideas - to reflect upon my marriage and my adventures of adulthood and a challenge to myself to keep something updated for the remaining few months of my 20s. I had created a 30 before 30 list, a bucket list of things I … Continue reading 30 Thoughts for 30 Days
I'm coming up on 3 months of being separated from my husband, and wow the difference I have seen in myself y'all. People comment all the time on how happier I seem and for the first time since I can remember I am actually smiling and not faking it. There are still days that I … Continue reading Taking Care of Me
It's been a little over a month since my husband and I have split up. In short, I discovered he had been cheating on me for a few weeks. It hadn't been the first time this has happened, unfortunately. He claimed to have a sex addiction and every time this has happened in the past, … Continue reading Picking Up the Pieces
After 2 years and 10 days, my marriage has come to a screeching halt. I'm still trying to process, so it may be a few days before I'm able to come back to this blog. Which is going to have to change completely from what I originally wanted it. Keep me in your thoughts.
Bret and I have been married for 2 years. While dating, and during our first year of marriage, we lived our lives to the fullest. We went on day trips to Mt Airy, North Carolina, spent evenings playing soccer at the high school, and had nights where we completely unplugged and played board games into … Continue reading Marriage Mondays: Keeping It Fun
Facebook Memories is a blessing and a curse all wrapped into one. On the one hand, you have the memories that hold sentimental value. It's pictures and posts of loved ones who have since passed. Vacations and trips are nothing more than a distant memory, forever documented into the archives of social media. And then … Continue reading Oh Nostalgia