I’ve been trying to figure out how to tackle The Mess. I’ve talked with relatives and friends, and I've Googled, and I want to share their wisdom because it’s good, and maybe it can help both you and me.
Instead of starting 2020 by discussing The Mess, let’s discuss some of the things and people The Mess has reminded me to be grateful for. Yes, that’s a much better idea. Let’s find gratitude in The Mess.
I’m on an “improve things about my life” binge, and one of those things I want to better is my blog. Hopefully, dear readers, we can learn together how to make our blogs better. Without further ado, here are some tips for blogging.
It's once again time to stop and recognize the good things in life. In the name of positivity, here is the fourth post in my series, “The Best Feelings.”
One of my goals for my 30s is to “find balance.” Dear readers, I have been totally failing at this. So, I did some research on how to find and maintain that ever-elusive balance. Here are some of the tips that I found.
I thought that the Sierras could put off fall and winter for little bit longer considering that winter took FOREVER to leave during this year’s "spring." But, apparently, that’s not the case. So, fine fall. You win.
It’s been a rough week, dear readers—one in which failure feels like an omnipresent companion. I could use some motivational quotes to help me get up and get back into the race. Maybe you could too.
A while back, I started a series called “The Best Feelings,” and I would like to continue that series, because it is nice just to stop and recognize the good things in life sometimes.
Happy Father’s Day weekend everyone! Oddly enough, in addition to Father’s Day it is also my dad’s birthday this upcoming week, and I would like to honor the man. It takes a lot to be a good dad, and I’ve been lucky enough to have a great one. A while back, I found a list... Continue Reading →