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BOOK REVIEW: The Intuitive Soul's Activity Book by Shannon Cox

In my post today, I’m really excited to share some information and my own review of a book I got to read before its official release. I love reading when I can, so I’m always excited when I get sneak peeks on some new stuff. Keep reading for more information about the book, my thoughts,

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Where Should You Put Your Savings Every Month?

Today’s post is a guest post from Patty at Working Mother Life. Personal finance and budgeting are hugely exciting topics for me and I’m hoping to write more posts about that soon, but until then, read up on some factoids about savings accounts below! Happy Friday!     We all know that we should be

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monthlymoments

I know you’ve missed these Monthly Moments posts! I’ve missed writing them. In case you missed it, this summer was crazy. I’m starting to wonder if I dreamed the months of June, July, and August. Anyone else ever feel that way? No? Just me? Ok. In summation, here are some short snippets about July and

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Afternoon at Frankenfest

Happy Fall, Y’all! I got to kick off this festive fall season with a little afternoon at a cool family-friendly fall event at the Indiana Medical History Museum. This Frankenfest event was hosted by Indiana Humanities and ran from 12 pm to 12 am. This event was the kick-off for their One State / One

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Indy Fringe Festival

Every August in Indianapolis, it’s time for the Indy Fringe Theatre Festival. It’s definitely one of my favorite times of the year – it’s almost like theatre summer camp. Theatre people from all over Indy come together and produce shows that last about an hour. Artists from around the USA and the rest of the

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Mystic Connecticut

After taking in so much history over my time in Massachusetts (Salem and Concord), I thought I was just going to visit Mystic, CT because I am a fan of the crazy 80’s movie, Mystic Pizza. Boy, was I wrong! After my (shorter) day in Concord, I was only about two-ish hours from Mystic, so

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Concord Massachusetts

I’ve been a fan of history and books for as long as I can remember. When I knew how close I was going to be to Concord, Massachusetts, I knew that I had to visit – hands down, no questions asked. My day in Concord simply started out with a quick search of some spots

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Salem Massachusetts

Please note: This post does include affiliate links. Please read my disclosure page for more information. After checking into my Airbnb in Revere, MA and exploring the area a bit, I finally decided to make a game plan for my next day in Salem, Massachusetts. I really hadn’t had time to consider all of the

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Revere, Massachusetts

Please note: This post does include affiliate links. Please read my disclosure page for more information.  As soon as I left camp this summer, I knew I wanted to take a few days out on the East Coast to explore. I’ve always been into history and literature, so I knew I was going to have

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Funny Camp Memories

I was NEVER into summer camp as a kid. Never. You probably would have never convinced me to go. A day camp where I could do some plays, sing, or make arts and crafts all day, that would be totally fine. I wouldn’t say I’m outdoorsy, considering I REALLY like air-conditioning. I mean, at home,

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