Apologies for being MIA, this summer has just flown by and I’ve been all over the place. Here’s a rundown of what I’ve been up to for the past month: Continue reading “It’s Been a Minute”
I recently had a wake-up call with my finances when I realized that I was spending too much money and needed to scale it back. I thought I have always been wise with how I spent my money, but I was really going out of control with buying clothes, eating out, etc. So, I buckled down and found a few ways for me to save money. Here are my tips: Continue reading “11 Ways I Have Learned to Actually Enjoy Saving Money”
I. love. coffee. Everyone who knows me knows that I love coffee and need to drink at least one cup every single day. However, I’ve noticed that lately I’ve been feeling more anxious, and I know that caffeine can heighten these symptoms. So, I did a little experiment and did the unthinkable (for me): I gave up coffee for a week to see what would happen. Continue reading “I Gave Up Drinking Coffee for One Week. Here’s What Happened”
How I learned to embrace sitting in my sadness as a step to grieve.
Everyone handles grieving differently and there is no way to tell someone how to sort out their feelings. But something I learned and want to share is that it’s okay to cry. Continue reading “It’s Okay to Cry.”
The valuable lessons I’ve learned as a cat mom.
I know nothing about raising kids. I did not grow up with younger siblings, and I really only had two different types of pets: a rabbit and two Betta fishes. And just between us, my dad took care of my rabbit more than I did.
I’ve always wanted a cat, and one day I decided to take the plunge and adopt my pride and joy: Mochi. Continue reading “How Raising a Cat Helped Me as an Editor at a Parenting Magazine”