Every year before school started when I was a kid my Mom would take me to her favorite department store and I’d try on any number of new dresses and pants and shirts and matching headbands. The woman had a thing for outfit themes and I’m not blaming her, I looked darn cute as a mini sailor.
Look at me, I look like an adorable tiny Santa Claus! Continue reading
I debated with myself the past few days how much I wanted to post on my blog about the surgery I’m currently recovering from. Continue reading
I love how all my traveling outside of Portland tends to fall right in the middle of the only beautiful weather this city gets. The things we do for love.
This year’s Labor Day weekend was at least spent a 90 minute drive from our front door, in a lovely little town called Oceanside, OR. The trip out to the coast was a little rainy and beautiful, filled with shifting, billowy clouds and sweet farms. If you’re the passenger, that is. If you’re driving the view was mostly the back end of a slow moving RV. A word to the wise: Route 6 is prone to some awful car accidents, so be careful to drive safely.
The lovely founding duo of Tone It Up have put together a 31 day food & fitness challenge for the month of October. If you sign up (free) on their site you get their starter pack to help you figure out how to tackle the program. Continue reading
Hello friends! Today’s post is a recap of my experience with Tone It Up’s 7 Day Slimdown in gritty detail. I hope this helps for those of you considering whether or not to dive into their nutrition plan! Continue reading
Hello friends! I started writing this post from the most scenic spot I’ve been in all year, the Oregon Coast. Continue reading
Last week I was able to fly back to Minnesota to spend time with my extended family at our semi-annual reunion. I’ve been visiting the Twin Cities on and off since I was a kid to see my Dad’s relatives and I’ve picked up enough tricks to make sure that everything goes smoothly. My last post outlined how to set yourself up for traveling success, and hopefully this one will be useful to anyone who wants to stop by the land of 10,000 lakes and the place where Garrison Keillor honed his biting passive aggression. 😉 Continue reading