I've deleted this post a few times. I’ve been writing it for about a month. At one point it was 500 words - I had punched in out in 10 minutes and then sat back and thought, no, this isn't what I want to say. That happens from time to time. Maybe it's because the… Continue reading Traveling Man: Growth, Resiliency and Identity
Traveling Man: 3 more months
I’m saying it again. What is time? I will never not say that because it makes sad that time has gone by so quickly, but excited that I’m also rushing into something else. I guess I like the collision of these feelings. The excitement of new steals our hearts. It’s what makes food and relationships… Continue reading Traveling Man: 3 more months
Traveling Man: We’re going hiking pt. 1
But I just can't get this dreamin' off me It feels good to sit down here. I've been dabbling on this post all week and I think that's my plan, work on them bits at a time unless I have that spark in my fingers. But this one I definitely wanted to take my time.… Continue reading Traveling Man: We’re going hiking pt. 1
Budgeted Eats Recipe: Leftover Bread Croutons
Ever feel like you need to level up your salads? Maybe this can help you out a bit.
New Blog Series: Budgeted Eats
When we talk about healthy lifestyles we sometimes forget that there are aspects that are a luxury, while some things may be argued for as an investment, other things may also be described as a luxury. For me a gym membership is an investment, but having one is a luxury for others. When it comes… Continue reading New Blog Series: Budgeted Eats
Review: Girl, Wash Your Face
Self-help books don't always sit well with me. I think there are a lot of them with good intentions, but there are so many that leave something to be desired. But I also think that it comes down to who is the intended audience, and am I really them. I picked up Rachel Hollis's book,… Continue reading Review: Girl, Wash Your Face
How to make your own meal plan + standard recommendations
I'm going to start by saying that I don't think everyone needs to have a meal plan, but I think it also depends on what you're goals are and what fits your life. If you're busy, having a loose plan can help you save time, which can decrease stress and help ensure that you are… Continue reading How to make your own meal plan + standard recommendations
Day 245, Quote 28: “Mind your words”
The past week has been busy. Most weeks are busy. There are times that it feels like there aren't enough hours in the day. I have too many ideas going on in my head and sometimes, I have to say to myself that I need to step back and think about what's important today and… Continue reading Day 245, Quote 28: “Mind your words”
Day 224, Quote 24:“I just don’t get art”
I walked away thinking that balance isn’t what we’ve grown up to believe it is.
Our work lives bleed into our personal lives, and in many cases I think it’s appropriate.
Trying to keep the divide will just make us frustrated and feel defeated.
Recipe: Shredded Steak Tostadas
As warmer weather is approaching, we're shifting how often we use the oven. It doesn't matter if you have air conditioning, the oven turned on in the late spring and summer makes for a really warm kitchen. We cook a lot of things stove top, use our George Foreman or go outside and grill. For… Continue reading Recipe: Shredded Steak Tostadas