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Browsing Tag: Life

Week In Review: Settling In and Settling Down

Goodmorning all, Last week I… didn’t do much. In the grand scheme of things.  What I did do, though, was come off my high. I was also able to start giving myself some grace.  After the post I wrote last week, I’d say this is the biggest achievement I could have strived for.  … from my morning scone to yours As you’ve probably gathered from my last few weeks…

Week In Review: The Superwoman Moving Edition

Well helloooooo Yes… yes. I am, indeed, writing to you from my new home! My new kitchen! My new little hippy antique nest that I, dare say, is even starting to feel really quite livable.  This was, not surprisingly, a mammoth of a week. I really, really appreciated all of your comments on my last post in regards to – no matter the amount of organizing and pre-planning you do before a move, the moving process…

It’s Over! What I Learned From The “Month From Hell”

  Well… It is OVER.  October will forever go down as the month from hell. For both Dan and I. A true “time” in our relationship that’s for sure – and one that we will remember and look back on as “one of those times we got through together.”    But here we are. WE GOT A PLACE!!! …And the sunflowers are back The place I mentioned in my Monday…

Week In Review: Taking Time To Be a Pessimist

Well, here we are again.  I wish I could say a lot has changed since last week, but unfortunately that’s not the case. It was a challenge to not simply start my post the exact same way I did last time.  I’m feeling pretty freaking jaded right now. About life, in general.  Well okay on Friday when I started writing this I was feeling jaded. Now Saturday – as I’m finishing…

Week In Review: Stress and Baby

Hi all I’m feeling stressed and unable to really put together a post The party is over at Meg’s! But I’m breathing through it …with the help of cookie breaks   This week I lost out on the third offer for an apartment I have made. Three places now that I have let myself fall in love with, and then be told “they have chosen someone else.” It’s just…

Snippets From My Week

After Dan and I treated ourselves to a Thanksgiving Dinner of vegan rueben sandwiches and onion rings (hey last year it was a bottle of wine and take out pizza on a beach… you do know we are classy, don’t you?) I saw these vegan bagels at Bloomers and couldn’t not pick one up. I mean, that is the softest, doughiest bagel I have ever seen. Look at that sucker! I bought whipped cream…

Life Rambles and Recent Little Things: How to Balance Time, Work and Life Goals

  Hi friends,   I miss writing. I miss navigating my life and unraveling my thoughts through words and pictures that relate comfort.    Life rambles    I’ve been busy and feel like I don’t have time for a lot of the little things I like/want to do.  On one hand this is positive because I’m busy – or trying to be busy – putting more time into my…

‘Tis The Season for Weddings…. and Bed Bugs? (Week In Review)

Oif. Sometimes I really think I’m on The Truman Show.  Like there’s a little jokester out there tweedling away on some remote, who just loovveessss to throw curve balls out on my secret reality show life, simply for his own joy and amusement. I can see him now, in his elfish little slippers, setting me up on some nice routine where everything is just starting to feel comfy and in control, and then with perfect Nikilodian timing…

Intuitive Movement: The Excitement in Finding New Ways to Exercise (Week In Review)

More and more, I’m learning how important movement is to me.  Twice now in the last year, I’ve even had acting teachers, who’ve hardly known me, tell me that I need to find ways to incorporate movement into my artistry. Somehow, they could see something I’m just now beginning to see.      Ever since I was super, super young, I was always found prancing around in my living room…

Thankful For The Women I Have In My Life (Week In Review)

You know, life is a hard thing.  It can be really, really hard. For many numerous and varying reasons. It doesn’t matter our history, our health, our financial status etc etc…. each one of us will and does have our own set of struggles or heart breaks or barriers to cross.  So when I come across people in my life who perform these – even miniature sized – acts of kindness, and give over a…

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