It’s one of my favorite posts of the week! The weekly blog share where I introduce you to bloggers to follow! It makes it easier for you to discover a handful of blogs and connect with bloggers you might not come across otherwise. Enjoy! Continue reading “Lifestyle Blogs to Follow!| Travel, Frugal & Admiration”
It’s that time of the week again! I’m here to connect bloggers to readers and introduce you to blogs to add to follow! ❤ Continue reading “Books, Memoir & Mocktails!| Blogs to Follow!”
It’s funny because as I sit and think of self-acceptance many things come to mind. Over the years I’ve had to find my way and myself. Growing up in a military family, I always felt out of place. I always seemed to arrive at a new base and be missing out. My peers had their groups, and I never quite fit in. I always thought it was because I arrived too late. Continue reading “The Journey of Self-Acceptance”
Community question of the week!
What did you wish you knew when you first started blogging? Maybe you’ve been blogging for a while and it’s something that would have saved you time in the beginning. Maybe you’re just starting on your journey and it’s something you’re stuck on. Continue reading “If Only you’d Known…”
Are you ready to meet some new bloggers? Hope you are comfy and ready to click that follow button! Introducing you to this week’s lineup of bloggers and their suggestions of blogs to check out. Be sure to stop by and show them some love! ❤ Continue reading “Awareness, Simplicity & Reviews| Blogs to Follow!”
It’s that time of the week again! I hope you’re ready to meet some new bloggers! This is one of my favorite things about blogging, being able to connect bloggers with readers and exposing bloggers to fellow bloggers. Be sure to stop by and see what you have in common, what you can learn, or what might interest you! Let them know you found them through this post, it’s always nice to know how new visitors find you ❤ Continue reading “Adventurer, Momlife & DIY| Blogs to Follow!”
One thing I don’t particularly enjoy doing is grocery shopping. It’s a necessary evil, I know but hear me out. I plan the meals, make the list, prep the food, cook it, serve it, I think I can get away without shopping for it. That being said, after not stepping foot in a grocery store for months, I do enjoy going every now and then because it feels new. The funny thing is, I never know what I’m going to get. My husband inevitably mixes things up or just forgets to grab ingredients. That’s considering I send him with a checklist organized by the order he’ll find things in the aisles. Continue reading “Groceries & Family Dynamics”
Get your cuppa or bookmark this post to come back to! It’s Tuesday and I’m back with 3 new bloggers to introduce you to along with their suggestions for blogs to check out! I’m loving the opportunity to meet bloggers again because I don’t have as much time to look for them as I used to. You know I’m all about connections so I’ll share them with you! Continue reading “Encouragement, Momlife & Intuition| Blogs to Follow!”
Today’s post is a guest post written by Paige.
We often fail to make our nutrition and fitness a priority because we are so busy and other things take precedence. The danger is that we put nutrition and fitness to the back of the line so often that we put our well-being in danger. As obesity numbers in the United States continue to climb and more than 35% of Americans are obese, now is the time to make your nutrition and fitness a priority. These three tips will help you get started on the path to a healthier you. Continue reading “3 Tips for Prioritizing Nutrition & Fitness”
On Thursdays, I try to bring awareness to issues we can have an impact on improving. This week my heart went out to kids who depend on school meals to survive. I want to encourage you to contact a local organization that provides kids with packed lunches in your area. There are charities and businesses that come together to send kids home over the weekend with a bag of food so they can eat over the weekend. Continue reading “Feeding Children”