40 Random Acts of Kindness for My 40th Birthday

I am turning 40 next month. I have mixed feelings about this milestone. And with that said, I have been looking for ways to commemorate this special occasion outside of spoiling myself. Primarily because I know this will be a bittersweet celebration. I will not […]

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My Bucket List at 19

This post about my bucket list from many moons ago contains affiliate links. I will earn a small commission if you use my links to make a purchase. Read the full Disclosure statement. As I shared before, I have kept notebooks as long as I can […]

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My One Word for 2018 – Cultivate

I absolutely love the excitement a new year brings. I am a self-proclaimed dork, so opening a new planner and setting my S.M.A.R.T. (Specific. Measurable. Attainable. Relevant. Timely.) goals for the new year brings me absolute joy. Seriously, I might enjoy these moments more than […]

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39 Life Lessons I Learned In My 30s

Next year I will celebrate my 40th birthday. When I think of 40, I think of midlife crisis not life lessons. Although, for me a midlife crisis does not mean buying a sport car, extremely altering my physical appearance or running into the arms of […]

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My One Word for 2016 Manage

For the 4th year in a row, I will be participating in the ONE WORD 365 challenge. With the ONE WORD challenge, you choose ONE WORD and commit to making it your focus everyday. I also add a corresponding bible verse to round out the challenge. That means […]

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My Ever-Changing Bucket List

I was cleaning my night stand and came across a notebook. Ever since I could remember, I have kept some form of a notebook/diary/journal. When I was a little girl, I always kept a diary, my mom bought them in bulk for some reason. Remember […]

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My One Word for 2015 – Do

I make resolutions. I set goals for myself twice a year in January and August (I’m an educator by heart). Yes, I’m one of those people and each year my goal completion rate increases by staying focused and consistent. For the past couple of years, my friends and […]

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Procrastination is the Root of Fear

This post about procrastination contains affiliate links. I will earn a small commission if you use my links to make a purchase. Read the full Disclosure statement. For the past few years I have started a birthday ritual-start the morning with a run, write a […]

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10 Lessons the 10K Taught Me

  I recently trained and finished my first 10k. I backed it up by training and finishing a 5k with my best friend and accountability partner (two VERY special ladies in my life). I want to temporarily hang up my running shoes and officially close my running […]

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