2017

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Cash Gift

Some people say giving cash as a gift is tacky or shows a lack of effort. I wholeheartedly disagree. The saying “cash is king” is relevant in so many ways and it definitely applies when it comes to giving and receiving cash. Cold hard cash may not sound like the best gift in the world

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Wednesday Writing Wrap-Up #3

As some of you know, I’ve been doing a lot of freelance writing around the internet these days! Each Wednesday, I want to highlight a few of my pieces that have been published in the recent weeks! 20 Gift Ideas for a Broadway/Musical Theatre Lover – I mean, this is right up my alley, so

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Why Give Gifts

The holiday season is upon us, so gift giving will be at an all-time high verrrrrry shortly! If you ask my family & friends, they’ll tell you that I am really good at giving gifts. I’m really good at looking at my friends, family, co-workers, and so on to find good gift ideas. I’m always

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monthlymoments

GAH! It’s November already! That’s nuts. 2017, my 30th year to date, has flown by so much faster than I would have ever imagined. Nonetheless, I’d say October was a great time! Looking forward to sharing a few highlights with all of you! Here we go! Health & Beauty The workout habit has been a

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Paperless Post Feature

PLEASE NOTE: This post was made in cooperation with Paperless Post and Anagram Interactive.  When I’m getting ready for the holidays, one thing that I always consider is sending holiday cards. I don’t always follow through with it, but I do think about it every year. I may only send 2 or 3 handwritten cards

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Weekend Road Trip to Millikin University

Whenever there’s a chance for me to head back to my alma mater for a bit, I’ll always take the opportunity. As a lover of rarely done musical theatre, I try to get to campus whenever they’re doing a show that I’ve never seen or a show that I’m dying to do myself. When I

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The 2017 Liebster Award

Woohoo! Finally getting my Liebster Award post up! I was recently nominated by Megan of Roving Veghead. She’s a Colorado native (I love Colorado), plus she writes about traveling and her Instagram is full of some delectable food photos. Food & travel – some of my favorite topics. Thanks for the nomination, Megan! See her

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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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