9 is a good number. Being on cloud 9 is even better. I’ve seriously been that way since these products came into my life. Some from FabFitFun, some from Influenster and a lot from CVS (’cause I roll that way), but these are my staple products I can’t go without rolling into the heat of […]Read more "On Cloud 9"
“Check on your strong friend.” I saw this today and it really struck a chord with me. So easily, especially in an age of living for “likes,” it’s easy to think that everyone is doing well. That smiles are real and laughs aren’t a mask for the cries someone had the night before. It’s easy […]Read more "Check On Your Strong Friend"
I’ve got this gift that I want to share with you all; any time a National Food Holiday is happening, I make said food a couple of days before without even knowing. I guess you could say food & I are just really in sync. In the spirit of National Sticky Bun Day, I wanted […]Read more "National Sticky Bun Day"
So, it occurred to me today that in my bio I claim to be a Pinterest chef, but have served you with no validation of the fact. I tend to not blog about food – in fact this will be my first food blog ever, so cut me some slack! Very few people have been lucky enough […]Read more "Pinterest Chef-ing; My Favorites & Not So Much"
Have you ever thought about how the U.S. monetary system is backed up? If you haven’t don’t feel bad – I’ve never thought about it until I had to take this Business & Society course for my M.B.A.. If I’m being honest, most of the time I zone out when something political is mentioned. I […]Read more "Food For Thought"
I read an article today that featured Hip-Hop artist, Jason Derulo speaking about his recent split from the very talented Jordin Sparks. The two had been together for three years, and accordingly to Derulo, split amicably due to timing and where they were at in their lives. In the interview with Ryan Seacrest, Derulo also […]Read more "From I Do’s to Duets & Back Again"
Think about our generation verses generations of the past. People used to get married at 18, men shipped off to war, women were home having children and taking care of the house. Milk costs thirty cents, and houses were $12,000. Things were simple. They were refined, and while it was probably a lot more work […]Read more "The Old & The New"