With the craziness of Coronavirus on everyone's mind, I am sure no one is thinking about April Fools, but this would be the perfect way to spend the day in self-quarantine. April Fool's Day . . . a fun, harmless day of pranks. I compiled a list of April Fool's to play on your kids,… Continue reading Easy April Fool’s Jokes – Including pranks to do when you are working remote
Anyone getting nervous with everything going on with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) It's on everyone's mind and it should be. Here's what we know. . . Coronavirus has officially become a pandemic as of today. It's spreading at alarming rates. Like most, a few weeks or months ago I brushed this aside. I thought nothing of… Continue reading Coronavirus– Are you prepared?
October was a no shop month for Markdowns and Letdowns. And then life and the holidays took over. I am finally getting around to my recap. As a self-proclaimed shop/saleaholic no shopping other than food/Halloween started off a nightmare for me. Not adding items to my shopping cart in the store or online frivolously was… Continue reading No Shop October — Recap
In just four days, my oldest will be starting kindergarten. The letdown . . . How the heck is she 5 years old? I have mixed emotions from excited to worried and everything you can imagine in between. This past week I started to gear up for the upcoming school year with "meal prep." I have… Continue reading Meal Prep– School Year Addition
My favorite season is coming to a close yet again, the end of summer is upon us. The Letdown. This year, I was lucky enough to spend almost everyday enjoying the best parts of summer with my girls. With only days left until Dylan starts school, I started thinking, what are the best ways to… Continue reading End of Summer Fun
As you know I was let go from my last position, after 10 months of looking and rejection, I decided to take a break from the job hunt. And took on a new role, an unexpected stay-at-home-mom. A role I was apprehensive to take on, worried about my sanity and how I would survive being… Continue reading Unexpected Stay-At-Home-Mom
After nearly 10 years of living in Alex's bachelor pad, we moved to a lovely house in the suburbs of Los Angeles also known as the valley. Ever since we started dating, and I first came to his apartment, I hated it. It was a typical old, 1980's apartment, decorated with old lady paintings. I… Continue reading Life Happens