My first date with Dean was to see 'The Avengers' at a drive-in movie theater in Salt Lake City. I was a fan of the Marvel movies beforehand, due to the aesthetic nature of Chris Hemsworth, but that date really caused me to have sappier and more nostalgic reason for watching Marvel movies more closely … Continue reading Marvel Movies and Snacks: Phase 1
When I was in college, one of my general ed science classes focused on Natural Disasters. As part of the class, we all were assigned a different famous natural disaster in history to research and I was assigned a volcanic eruption in Indonesia in 1815. The eruption of Mount Tambora caused the usual destruction and … Continue reading Sometimes It’s a Volcano
How arrogant do I have to be to feel like the only way for me to progress right now is to become a mother? I am a deeply flawed human being and have no shortage of things to improve on. I have so, so many weaknesses. There are so many ways to occupy my time that will allow me to grow and progress and develop as an individual. And that's what I'm trying to do.
We are one of the many millennial households that have cut the cords on cable. There are so many streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video that provide us with more than enough entertainment. But having cut the cord, it does mean having to put in a little more effort to find holiday movies.I already put in the time researching, and, in the spirit of the season, I wanted to share my list with you!
It started as a cheesy, dorky way to incorporate a little more holiday cheer into our newlywed lifestyle, but I didn't ever disclose the WHY.
I was really riding high on this "whoohoo productivity! goals! progress!" train. I was Pinteresting new organizational habits and kicking butt with writing goals and reading more and hadn't been on Netflix in like a week-- ...and then I thought I was pregnant. And oh.my.gosh. did everything revert right back to normal. Writing? Who cares … Continue reading Fell off the bandwagon…