Have you ever wanted to experience something that would make you feel so insignificant, yet so important to leave your mark on the world? When I hit my mile stone of 30 last month, I made a promise to myself that this is going to be the year of adventure for me. Sure, I’ve traveled … More Hiking in Moab
It’s hot then it’s cold! We’ve been enjoying 70 degree days and now the weather channel is calling for snow tomorrow. As a southerner, we’ll be “snowed in” for a day or two if we even see flurries! Needless to say, cold weather makes us crave good ole comfort food. Typically, this means consuming extra … More Spaghetti Squash Chicken Parm
With winter now in full swing, I notice myself wanting more “comfort” food and I’m sure you notice the same. I threw together my lentil soup one night and posted some videos of the process on my Instagram stories, and one of my good friends asked me for the recipe. I wrote things down and … More Picky Eater Lentil Soup
Heavy rain, 30 mph winds, at night; not the ideal situation as you’re driving your brand new, 2017 Fleetwood Discovery LXE, home for the first time. Yep, this was my husband and I just days ago… We had the opportunity to be a part of the VIP delivery treatment at REV’s American Coach facility in … More 2017 “Adventure Wagon”!
If you’re like the millions of others who made a New Year resolution, you’ve likely fallen off the bandwagon already and its only Saturday the 7th. I have an idea of a resolution you should stick with in 2017. Be selfish. Our days are usually spent working for someone else, catering to someone else, thinking … More Selfish ’17-
If you’re like me, you’re a little behind the eight ball this year with getting ready for the yule tide season. The good part is, I’ve found some great last minute deals. The bad part is, there’s not much left to choose from. So, this left me in a conundrum on what to buy to … More Crafty Little Christmas
No matter the size of your guest list, there’s something exciting about getting a group together and entertaining them. Time is one of the best free gifts we can give one another however, hosting a party can certainly take a lot of time and money out of your pocket. Now that the Holidays are here, … More Hostess with the Mostest!
It’s quite sad that I’ve meet multiple people who would love to get out and travel more but are overwhelmed with the process at the airport. If this struggle is real for you, let me help give you some quick tips so you can make it through like a champ and travel like an expert! … More Travel Like an Expert!
Shiny lights, bright casinos, sparkling settings, it all seems to lure you in. I’ve been home almost a week from Vegas, and wanted to share my good eateries, a great show and my personal experience with completing the Rock and Roll Half Marathon. Jardin’s We tried a new restaurant this year called “Jardin” located … More Viva Las Vegas
In May’s issue of Lake Norman Woman Magazine, I had a “tip page” featured which was dedicated to social media posts. Lately, I’ve seen some folks on Facebook making this exact mistake, so I thought this was a great blog post for the week. For those of you who missed it in the magazine, here … More Real Estate Tip- Hold off on Social Media Posts
I’m literally writing this blog as I am on my way home from my trip to Mexico. My husband and I were finally able to take a few days, just us, which we have not done in 4 years due to our hectic lifestyles. During our stay at an all-inclusive resort, there were some things … More All-Inclusive Resort Survival Guide
It’s that time of year where everyone starts getting together for the holidays. I like to make fun finger foods to serve guests, so here is a quick and easy Tuna Tartare recipe I put together for you to serve at your next get together or to just enjoy yourself at home. This one … More Tuna Tartare Recipe