I’m making a list and checking it twice. Not for Christmas, but for Fall. I’m making a to-do list of things to enjoy and do this upcoming season.
Over the years I’ve grown to love Fall. I love the color and richness of the Season. The earth tone colors tend to warm my heart and it makes me feel all cozy inside.
I also love Fall because it’s one of those Season where you get a break from the blazing Summer while it gives you chance to prepare and brace for the cold and hectic Winter. It’s not too hot and not too cold. Continue reading
If you’ve been following me for some time now, then you are aware that I’ve written about everything under the sun. If you can name it, I’ve probably written about it or given my two cents about it in some form or another. This is one reason why I like to call myself your virtual best friend—because I’m here to give you the 411—and one of the reasons why you’ll never catch me conforming to a niche.
With that being said, I wanted to highlight a few of my top blogs thus far. Perhaps there is one on the list that you didn’t get a chance to read or maybe you’re just interested in seeing the blogs that has gotten the most love over time. Whatever the case may be, I have them here for your review. Believe me, they range from Love and Romance to smoking weed. It’s a wide spectrum. It truly makes me laugh out loud! But, I now know what you guys are into! HAHA. Listen, this is a no judgement zone so no worries here! Continue reading
Has anyone ever told you that you deserve the absolute best?
Has anyone ever told you that you are worth [it]?
If you answered NO to any of those two questions, I’m here to let you know that you are worthy of everything and you deserve the best and should always want the best for you.
I’m here to let you know that the world is yours for the taking! Whatever you want you can achieve it AND you are worthy of it!
If you’ve ever felt this way about anything, trust me, I get it and I understand. A lot of times we don’t feel as if we are worthy of very much. We have a lot of self-shame and we tend to settle for the bare minimum. Continue reading
Believe it or not, fall is one the busiest seasons to get married. You may ask how do I know this. Well, you could Google it, and of course Google will tell you the same thing, but remember I work at a Bridal Store, so I know firsthand that this is true. Many engagements happen during the Holiday season (Nov-Jan). For those couples who plan to get married rather quick, a late summer or early fall wedding is ideal. This gives them roughly 8-10 months to plan a wedding and that’s doable. Then you have a lot of couples who want to get married in cooler temperatures (not too hot and not too cold) especially if their nuptials will take place outside. Plus, there is something about fall colors that everyone just loves. This takes me back to my original point that fall is one of the busiest season to get married!
Now, for the rest of us, those who are in a wedding this fall or perhaps even attending a wedding in the upcoming seasons, and you’re contemplating on the speech you’re going to give, you’ve come to the right place. Continue reading
I’ve always been grandma’s girl. I’m not the only one, but as the first grandchild, I can say that. But even taking it a step further–beyond my grandmother and including all elders–they are like treasures; full of wisdom and knowledge.
You see, at 81 years of age, grandma is tender yet strong. She’s had some health issues and she spends a lot of time at the doctor and sometimes she’s a little fussy, but it’s ok. As grandma she has that right.
These days she’s trying her best to hold on to some of her independence. She still wants to cook here and there and she’s determine to get up each day, putting one foot in front of the other. It’s not easy handing the torch over, however, she understands where she is now in life and has humbly obliged. Continue reading
The top three questions that were asked of me this year were, “How is married life? How has your first year of marriage been? Does it feel different to be married?”
In the beginning, my first response was “it’s the same”–because indeed it felt the same. Our relationship was already planted on a solid foundation, really the only thing left to do was to get married.
But the more I was asked the more I started asking myself if there were things that were supposed to change because we had said, “I Do?” Continue reading