On January 27th, 2020 you went to rainbow bridge. A place where we will meet again and go to heaven together. I know you’re having the best time chasing squirrels and barking to show who’s the boss. And of course, eating all the peanut butter.
I have taken many multi-vitamins over the years but I’ve never been consistent. I’ve had bursts of taking a one-a-day and dry spells where I didn’t take any vitamin for…
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I’ve wanted to write about my complicated mother/daughter relationship for years, but have been afraid to do so. First, I didn’t want it to be a negative reflection of my childhood.
It’s the middle of summer and I’ve already traveled a lot this year. I love exploring new places but I’m so ready to buckle down, save some money, and implement a no spend month. I’ve got a lot of expenses to take into account with having a dog, house, car payment, being a small business owner (omg TAXES)… I also want to focus more on my financial goals and build a nice cushion with the big 3-0 approaching next year.
Turning a year older is a time to take inventory, and reflect on life – or at least it is for me. I like to think about how much I’ve changed, where I want to go and what I want to achieve in the next year.
I first heard about intermittent fasting on Instagram as I saw other bloggers talking about it. I was super skeptical, as I am with most “diets”. The idea is to fast for 16 hours and eat within an 8 hour time frame. So if you start at 12pm, you stop eating at 8pm. I haven’t talked much about it but I’ve noticed so many benefits of intermittent fasting.