Happy Birthday Daniel! Today we celebrate the birth of a great man! You came into this world before your time but have been a force to reckon with ever since. Today your loved ones will take the time to blow up your Facebook page with Happy Birthday wishes! You’ll eat a yummy meal or two. You’ll open up some gifts and eat some cake. More importantly you’ll be reminded that you are loved … not just by me and Doc.
Read on for all the great things about you Daniel. Read Article
Have you ever given yourself a timeout? Do you know when to give yourself a time out? As adults we intuitively know when to tell our children to “Go sit in timeout”. We see them slowly start to unravel and then all hell breaks loose. What do we do though, when we’re pushed to our limits? We may tend to yell more. We may become withdrawn. What if we could prevent the mental breakdown from occurring altogether by giving ourselves a timeout? If you haven’t thought much about giving yourself a timeout, read on for what I learned about taking timeouts. Read Article
Do you have a list of must do’s for paying down your debt? Or are you looking for a new approach to hit your financial goals? What if keeping your financial to-do list simple gave you better results? I’ve kept my to-do list fairly simple and easy to follow for the past ten years. I’ve had many successes in hitting financial goals with my to-do list. It has also helped me steer through and around financial surprises. Read on to read my 7 must do’s for paying down your debt. Read Article
585 Thanks for supporting me in the Relay for Life event! Thank you for supporting me on my third year of being on Team Nick and raising money for the American Cancer Society. My husband gathered our family when Nick was diagnosed and started our participation in the Relay for Life. It has been an annual event for us every year. Nick has reached his fifth year of being in remission and we do not take that for granted. Thanks to the miracle therapy and drugs that Nick was able to receive he turned 17 this year. Therapy and drugs that were funded by supporters like you and me who support organizations like the American Cancer Society. As a family, anything that can be done, will be so that someone else may celebrate another birthday! Read on to learn more about the Relay for Life. Read Article
In April I was one of the lucky people selected by Influencer to test the Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes. I received a complimentary package to test out in the mail. The package says, “Made from 100% renewable fiber, these ultra soft wipes are clinically proven to completely remove dirt, oil and makeup, targeting even the most stubborn long-wearing and waterproof makeup.” I love 100% natural beauty products because my skin leans on the sensitive side. I admit though I was a bit skeptical about the Cleansing Towelettes removing long-wearing and waterproof makeup. Read on to watch my 30 day review and learn about the Neutrogena #WipeForWater Movement.
When is the baby coming? Has this question been asked of you? Recently married? Or maybe you’ve been in a long committed relationship? You’re not a stranger from hearing about your plans to have a baby. Right? If not, don’t be surprised OR upset if everyone and YOUR mother starts bombarding you with this question. It is innocent enough to ask. I actually found myself asking a newly married couple a few days after their honeymoon, so . . . “When is the baby coming?” After Daniel and I got back from our honeymoon, a few couples opened up to us about their own personal experiences of baby conception. We learned that there are a few things to think about before asking about someone’s baby making progress. Read on for FOUR things to keep in mind before asking, When is the baby coming?
I was reminded at the end of April that sometimes you have to quiet the voices when paying down your debt! Even when you are on track and paying down your debt, the voice of doubt still manages to creep in. You feel like there HAS TO BE something else you could be doing. When your debt total is large like mine, you can get depressed. You begin to feel hopeless. This is why you should have someone you check in with to keep you accountable. I delayed sharing my numbers last month after having a discussion with my financial advisor, Annette. She reminded me that a person paying down debt always has a list of options. Read on for that list.