Travel Tuesday – Tips

March 28, 2017

Lizzy recently wrote a couple great travel related posts that I thought I’d share. One of the posts is about her favorite shoes to travel in. I was really interested in her opinions because I’m always looking for cute shoes that are still comfortable enough to walk miles in. We usually walk a lot on […]

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Travel Tuesday – Beaver Creek, CO

March 21, 2017

Stephanie from Plain Chicken travels a lot. I highly recommend her blog for her beautiful pictures of her exciting travels and tons of thoughtful and yummy recipes. Beaver Crek, Colorado was one of her more recent trips. She shared everything from what to do besides ski to what to eat! What more couldn’t you need? […]

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What a Day in the Life Should Be

March 21, 2017

My mornings start at 4 am. Most of my mornings start a 4 am. Some of my mornings start at 4 am. My mornings are supposed to start at 4 am – if you look at my schedule. The biggest problem I face is that my schedule was created before the government stole my mornings. […]

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Travel Tuesday – Golden Gate Bridge

March 14, 2017

One of the most popular and iconic landmarks in San Francisco is the Golden Gate Bridge. Here’s some cool facts about the bridge… -Construction began in 1933 and ended in 1937. -It cost $35 million to build, which was a LOT of money back in the 1930’s. -It was the longest suspension bridge in the […]

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Blogger of the Month – I Want it That Way

March 13, 2017

Sometimes you just want it that way because that’s the way you want it. I like my mornings. I did NOT come out of the womb that way – but mornings have grown on me. Each year, I look forward to the rising sun making it over the mountains before my sons make it out […]

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Blogger of the Month – Meet Kathryn Lang

March 8, 2017

#Hopesmith. #Dream inspirer. Master of “it’s all about #relationships.” Aficionado of inappropriate laughter, Kathryn Lang has been helping others find the time to make their dreams come true. As wordsmith, master multi-tasker, and encourager extraordinaire, Kathryn shares with people that are trying to walk the tightrope of family, work, and faith – and keep them […]

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