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.