I had to bring it up sometime. Probably one of the most difficult facets of our lives to live out intentionally (especially for me), is finances. Money is a sneaky … Continue reading Weekly Challenge #6: Bill Challenge (Free Printable!)
Millennials often get a bad rap. Much of the time, I don’t even like being identified as a millennial. We are regarded by older generations as having unrealistic expectations in … Continue reading Balancing paycheck with purpose.
Consumerism: the theory that an increasing consumption of goods is economically desirable; a preoccupation with and an inclination toward the buying of consumer goods. – Merriam Webster Consumerism is not … Continue reading Break up with the buy.
One thing I learned very well in Los Angeles is the value of hang-drying clothes. Allowing your clothes to hang dry may take more time, but it extends the life … Continue reading Weekend Challenge #5: Clothesline Challenge
If you’re like me, you dream of a beautiful, light-filled, clutter-free home. And, if you’re also like me, you sometimes feel as though it will always be just a dream. … Continue reading The cure for anxious spaces.
Don’t let schooling interfere with your education. – Mark Twain I believe that one of the most significant things separating those who pursue their dreams and those who don’t is lifelong … Continue reading 5 free resources for the lifelong learner.
My makeup bag seems to get very messy very quickly. I am terrible about buying makeup, so I use a makeup subscription service that sends me new items every month, … Continue reading Weekend Challenge #4