“Death Dogs”

While walking through a local Target doing my “glamorous” mom life thing, I heard a vendor joking with Target workers about eating “death dogs” and I was immediately transported in time to my college days. . . I have lived in several different income brackets from wealthy to poverty levels. I will have to admitContinue reading ““Death Dogs””

Hot Chocolate

Because of a condition, I am unable to consume more caffeine that what is in a candy bar. Caffeine consumption makes my heart feel like it is beating out of rhythm and it feels like what I would imagine a heart attack might feel like – but I have no idea what that would feelContinue reading “Hot Chocolate”

My Junk, Your Treasure

Have you ever had a garage/yard sale? In the US there are actually groups of people that find treasure hunting at garage sales a hobby or a passion. They love digging through other people’s castaways and finding something unique. Sometimes it is so they can resale and sometimes it is because they are trying toContinue reading “My Junk, Your Treasure”

Making Money At Home

We all know what pyramid schemes are and we stay away from them because we are not stupid. However, MLM (multi-level marketing) can also be harmful, yet many people are involved with them. The very successful companies have revenues in the BILLIONS but what they don’t tell you is that only the top tier reallyContinue reading “Making Money At Home”

Our first guest post!

In our randomly continuing series about weddings, my sister has offered to share her wedding story with us. Prologue: First before I start, I am not reminiscing nor do I have any longing for my former marriage. However, I loved most of our wedding celebration and the loved ones who attended. We were living inContinue reading “Our first guest post!”

Speaking of weddings

I went to a wedding Saturday. It was for a girl I’ve known through belly dance, for about 10 years. Some weddings really make you wonder why these people are even getting married, because you know it’s not going to work. This wedding was the opposite, where the couple are such a good match, andContinue reading “Speaking of weddings”

Simpler Living

The pandemic was a huge lesson in sociology among many other things. I learned that I can live without many things and I am happier for it. I was reminded what was more important to me and my family. I was never one to try to squeeze more and more into my days to beContinue reading “Simpler Living”