This time of the year prompts us to reflect on all that we've experienced during the year. While we are grateful for the good times -- and that we got out of the bad times -- we are sometimes filled with regret. Regret for not pursuing something we had dreamed of, be it in our personal or professional lives. Let us not forget our dreams and go after them with vigor, no matter who is watching.
I love to buy rotisserie chickens from Costco, they taste great and I can eat them for a couple of days. But eating a whole chicken by yourself can become a daunting task. So to shake things up, I thought of a food hack. Check it out.
A woman from my book club recommended that I should read "Between the World and Me," by Ta-Nehisi Coates. This has been the best book that I have read this year. The descriptive language painted a vivid picture, while also appealing to my pathos. Click the link to read what else I had to say about this book.
Another year older, another year wiser. These are the 26 things that I am grateful for, from this past year.
I love taking day trips to New York. I can watch a Broadway show or just experience the city during the day, then be back in my bed that night. Check out my last trip to New York.
This summer, I had the amazing opportunity to go on my first mission trip with my church. I expected to share with others, but instead, I learned to much more about God and myself.
The food at baseball games today has become more adventurous. Why settle for mundane foods?
Although I had an 8-day vacation in Spain, I did not want to burnout trying to see everything. If you want to learn how I checked everything off of my list without losing my sanity, continue reading.
I love to jump the bandwagon, especially when it comes to new food ideas and trends. A recipe that I have been eating for a couple of months now, is overnight oatmeal.
This is an introduction to my first international (solo) trip. I will be writing a 3 or 4-part series post about this trip and how I paid...