Can This Unorganized Girl Find Structure?
Warm and Toasty!
Three simple steps for better pictures at the beach. Seems straight forward enough but sometimes, trying to manage the light and the action and the sand and the bugs all while trying to get smiles and not mid-day grimaces because itâ€™s so bright, well, thatâ€™s what led me to create
If youâ€™re looking for a Knock Your Socks Off Fatherâ€™s Day cocktail â€“ look no further, youâ€™ve found it! After experimenting with this drink for a couple of weeks (itâ€™s tough, I know) the result is this fab & delish â€œKnock Your Socks Off Father’s Day cocktail.” The goal: take
On May 17th and 18th I had the opportunity, with my friend Michelle, to attend Bloggy Boot Camp in Charlotte. I wasnâ€™t really sure what to expect. As Iâ€™m fairly new to blogging Iâ€™m still trying to figure out the basics, I kept wondering: was I going to be in
The other night my husband and I were watching TV when the How to be Amazing Gamefly commercial came on. I like this commercial. It’s funny and I like the music. I also like the first “don’t do this” where the guy gets on the back of the scooter and
Itâ€™s the weekend; we are having dinner with friends so naturally the most important question is â€œWhat are we drinking?â€ As Iâ€™ve posted, I love making drinks and trying out new recipes. This one, Iâ€™m stealing from a local restaurant because I had it there first even though its
It’s Friday and as I was thinking of what to write about today, I decided to keep it simple. I recently “liked” slrlounge on Facebook and find that I am always clicking through their links. As I am very invested in taking pictures and love learning about photography, I find
Smoky Black Bean Soup This past winter I started making soup regularly. My mom always made soup when I was growing up with the turkey leftover from Thanksgiving. From that I developed a chicken soup that was simple and easy. And thatâ€™s where I stayed. No potato, cream of broccoli
Kids Sports & Self Worth, Monitoring the Self-Talk. So Iâ€™ve been thinking about a conversation I had with my oldest son, N, yesterday and it keeps interrupting my thoughts as Iâ€™m going through my day today. Itâ€™s a conversation that I thought wouldnâ€™t happen at his age, 11. Itâ€™s topic,