2019 was a while train wreck that we miraculously survive. For me, it was legit roller coaster of emotions, life events, and me trying to hold on to happiness. So, I decided to share a list of things that changed my life in 2019. Some were good and some were bad – those bad ones were bad BAD.
So, keep reading to see the things that changed my life in 2019, but will help me in 2020.
I don’t know about you, but I’m so ready for the holidays to be OVAH! Of course, I love the holidays, because it usually comes with days off of work and gifts. Still, it can be draining and all I want to do is find and try all of the things to help me relax during the holidays.
Usually toward the end of the year, I feel like a snowball rolling down a hill. Everything is going fast and I’m just waiting for it to end. Thankfully, I know a few tricks and things to help me relax after a long day of work or whatnot. Interested? Well, keep reading and scrolling.
After having such an intense summer, I’m so ready for fall. Actually, I’m excited for fall, because I’ve entered a new chapter of my life. Although, I’m excited, I also know that I will have some stressful moments. Mentally preparing for fall is the wave I’m currently on and it’s a must.
Keep reading to read what three things I’m doing to make sure I’m mentally and emotionally strong for fall.
Did you know that last month, July, was the hottest month ever? Well it was and I totally believe it. Not only can the heat test your energy, but also your personal hygiene. Thankfully, there are some portable hygiene products that can allow us to look and feel good on the go.
Keep reading to find out more about these three little packets that have been living in numerous spots in my life all summer.
So, this weekend is my 20 year high school reunion and I’ve been in awe that 20 years has passed by was so fast. When I think about what was going on in my mind 20 years ago, I was probably what my life was going to be like now. If I could go back 20 years to answer some questions for 17 year old me, I would have so much to tell her. However, I believe that I would want her to know that she will be okay.
Therefore, I decide to share 20 things that I wish I knew 20 years, which you can find after the jump.