I can't believe my kiddos haven't been "anywhere" since March 13th. I'm not sure how I survived this long to be honest. The first week was the hardest, but as time goes on, it gets a bit "easier.' Today I am sharing with y'all seven things I've been doing to stay sane during these unknown … Continue reading Seven Things I’m Doing To Stay Sane.
This is rough for me, not going to lie. I am used to only having four full days with the kids, not six. Usually if they start to get stir crazy, that's when I get out of the house with them. Clearly that is not an option.I'll be honest, I was worried how this would … Continue reading How We Are Doing On Our “Staycation.”
There are many posts, YouTube videos and such on what families have been doing to stock up for our nation's COVID-19 outbreak and state of "social distancing." I wanted to share what our family decided to stock up on. I already had a 72-Hour Emergency Kit prepped in case of a power outage. I followed … Continue reading Stocking Up.
I haven't updated on a typical week in my life since my "mom" one in 2018. Initially, I wasn't going to post this with all the chaos going on, but I figured having some normalcy helps. But also, come September, once my oldest starts kindergarten, routines will definitely change. With [current] new schedules, routines and such, … Continue reading Week In My Life.
This past week has been a bit chaotic. Between my weekend trip to NYC, catching up on work when I came back and dealing with the kiddos while my oldest was on winter break... the week just seemed to escaped me.I'm pumped to finally get back on a routine this week now that a. school … Continue reading Life Updates + New Favorites.
If you're watching anything of anything on YouTube, you may have seen these "what I spend in a week" videos circulating. My "stats" are a 31 year old, mom of three living in Southern New Hampshire; part stay at home mom and part-time fitness professional (19 hours per week). Here is the week breakdown before … Continue reading What I Spend In a Week
I recently finished my first book of 2020, 'Stillness Is The Key.' Really good, but definitely not a light read [to me]. There were many pages that I had to reread but all in all, it was a fantastic book about becoming more "still." It takes ideologies from Stoicism and Buddhism and put it into … Continue reading Getting It Together.
A warm thank you to all those who messaged me in regards to my last post. It amazes me how many other women are/ were going through the same thing that I am. It's easier to stay quiet and just "settle" because it may seem that's what society tells us to do. Society tells us … Continue reading Worth.
Since my first "no spend month," I've looked much deeper into my monthly spends and budget. A few of my hours at work were cut due to the company's budget earlier this year and I didn't know what would happened. I had less than a month to figure out how I was going to earn … Continue reading November “No Spend Month” Recap & Budget Planning for 2020.
Earlier this year, I shared what is means to me to have a "minimalist" home. Every minimalist has their own ideal of what minimalism in their home is - that's the beauty of it. Today, I wanted to share what each part of our home looks like as I don't think I ever shared each … Continue reading Minimalist Home Part II: House Tour.