(where I wrap up my weekly reads, listens, eats, buys, internet reads/finds and anything else worth highlighting) I’m excited to write this post because it allows me to go on about things that are frilly and not so serious. This week has been serious and exhausting! Thank God for the internet, right?! Books: I’ve slowly… Read More Saturday Bits
As I’ve mentioned before, I can be a bit of a planner. On Saturday I had a list of things to do, since Sunday was a full day away with commitments. Getting some posts written for this week and next were on that list. Just as I was leaving to attend an event Saturday afternoon… Read More
Good Morning, Happy Brunching, Happy Saturday! As you saw in the last post, so much has been happening! I try not to think/get too ahead of myself, but I’m looking forward to November and really slowing down! It’s my favorite season and need to leisurely enjoy it, not seeing it through my car window getting… Read More Saturday Bits
I thought that maybe my Fall season wouldn’t be so busy since I am working closer to home… NOPE. October has been chock full of things and we’re about halfway through it! More to go… My evenings have been full of training, work outs, getting things done around the house and when I think I… Read More Phew, life!
This photo was taken last night at training. Let’s back up a little bit! I was at my heaviest (250ish) and partially mindful of my eating. I say partially because I had moments of thinking, “I prepped X meals for the week and will eat well for the rest of this week, so this <insert… Read More Let’s Talk Fitness!
The day Fleur de Force’s make-up line was released on FeelUnique I received two reminders: one in my email and one I wrote in my diary. When she posted the video announcing her line and swatching all the glosses and eye shadows, I knew I NEEDED it all. ALL OF IT. Each one of her… Read More Make-Up Monday: Fleur de Force !
Without God, life has no purpose, and without purpose, life has no meaning. Without meaning, life has no significance or hope… The greatest tragedy is not death, but life without purpose. – Rick Warren