What if I put in the amount of energy that I use now searching for ways to make money, into praying to God to provide for my family what we need? What if every time a bill was looking me in the face, I turned to God, instead of looking for another job? Don’t get… Continue reading Give us this day our daily bread…
Sometimes it’s hard to believe how old we can get and realize we haven’t done all the things we have done in our life the right way. How did I get to be 31 years old and still feel like I make the same wrong decisions and bad choices? Wouldn’t it be great to reflect… Continue reading My 31st Valentine’s Day
Some people are born savers. It’s like a sense for them. They see saving, they smell saving and they taste saving. I do not. I am a horrible saver. I have always been the person who will make great purchases but will spend every last cent available. I have tried every savings challenge out there.… Continue reading The Magic Number
There are some things that we don’t need to do “everyday.” Some things are better left in the sporadic window of our lives. I don’t feel the need to take pictures in front of a mural everyday. I do, however, want to take pictures in front of a mural, sporadically. So, there is this mural… Continue reading The Art of the Sporadic Moment
So this year, instead of having “resolutions,” I have decided to have “rollover goals.” I want all of my ideas and plans to flow to the next day, next week, next month and next year. I kinda-sorta got the idea from my AT&T phone plan, since it has roll-over data, so each month it’s like… Continue reading Rollover Goals
I love weekly recaps. I also love blogging. It’s like you get to really figure out your true self. Or maybe, you just figure out you’re not as cool as you thought you were. Either way, this is what happened lately. After ballet practice, we just happened to catch a glimpse of this moped.