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Coffee Talks: 10 Year Reunion

June marked 10 years since I graduated high school. Most classes do a reunion, but our class president is adrift. To be honest, he was elected out of popularity and […]

Writers Supporting Writers

When I first dipped my toes into the blogging and writing community, I was terrified that it would be littered with mean girls and bullies, but I’m so relieved at […]

Coffee Talks: To My Husband

With a million things I could say, I want to start with us. Before the kids, before the house, and before the jobs and late nights, we were just two […]

Tailwind Trial and Blog Traffic

Other than being a SAHM, blogging is my job. I work everyday and that includes finding new ways to increase my traffic. I’ve seen a ton of other bloggers talk […]

Body Image and Blindness

I’ve wanted to talk about my body image struggles and my blindness in a correlating way for sometime now. Many people don’t realize that just because I can’t see well, […]

Toddlers and Mindfulness

As a member of MomsMeet, I was gifted with the products featured in this post. All opinions are honest and my own. This post may contain promotional codes and affiliate […]

Day Trip: Lake Tobias Wildlife Park

For my son’s 4th birthday, we decided to take a day trip to Lake Tobias. We live in Southern Pennsylvania, so it wasn’t too big of a trip to accomplish […]

My Ebook is Available on Amazon

After weeks of pouring my soul into this journey, my ebook is finally available on Amazon. During the last 5 or so years, I have been successful in overcoming bulimia. […]

Positive Words for a Powerful Summer

On Fridays, I usually like to post about blogging, and while this is apart of blogging, I want to focus on positivity and goals. Being a blogger and a writer […]

Birthdays, Books, and Being Busy

June is an incredibly busy and overwhelming month at our house. The 11th is my son’s 4th birthday. The 16th is Father’s Day and the 17th is my husband’s birthday. […]

May Product Roundup

So, May was the slowest month up until the last week. I tried some pretty great stuff this month. Be prepared for new beauty and hair product favorites. I’ve tried […]

When Self-Care Meets Pleasure

This is obviously about self-care, but it goes beyond tips for finding time for pedicures and face masks. This is about pleasure and showing your body some self-care. This post […]

Blind and Capable

The last few weeks, I’ve gotten comments, messages, and even emails of people telling me I’m brave because I am legally blind. I did a post about how I do […]

Breaking Up With a Brand

As a blogger, working with brands was a major goal of mine. I didn’t want to just work with anyone. I wanted to believe in the products, because if I’m […]

So You’re a Blogger, Now What?

As soon as you get that first post published, you should call yourself a blogger. Write, edit, publish, share, engage, and repeat. That’s my blog life, but of course there’s […]

Curl Envy

Here I am, scrolling through Instagram hashtags for curly hair and the curly girl method. The curl envy is real this week. I do my best to love myself exactly […]

Career and Passion Collision

From the time I could hold a pencil and spell, I knew that writing was my dream job. It has been my number one passion my entire life. Motherhood has […]

Coffee Talks: Time to Listen

It feels like it was just last week when I took my mini break from blogging, but it’s actually been a month or two. I don’t want to take another […]

Hashtags and Likes

Something very strange happened to my Instagram these last two weeks. My numbers went nuts. I’ve been posting about my blog steadily, but I’ve also included a few new body […]

Blindness and Makeup

As a woman with low vision, I hear a lot of surprised reactions when people find out that I love beauty and style. Just because people with visual impairments can’t […]

Coffee Talks: Home Remedies

So, I’m a big weirdo and will spend too much time on Pinterest reading about home remedies for anything you can think of. I’ve tried more of these “remedies” than […]