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
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
It’s fall and that means that dry skin season is upon us. Lotion is good for dry skin but doesn’t really shield your skin from the elements. Smith’s Rosebud Salve is perfect for dry skin. Just this morning, I used it to banish the ‘tired eye’ look. Originally I happened upon this at a spa… Continue reading Smith’s Rosebud Salve
Everyone’s definition of success is different. Bill Gates is successful but so is the man down the street who works over 50 hours a week as a janitor to support his family. The funny thing is, is that not everyone is supportive of another’s success. Even those closest to a person can be the least… Continue reading Success Is a Funny Thing
Every mom’s nightmare… It’s Sunday night and you aren’t sure if your local grocer is open. Do you risk the mayhem of Wal-mart or do you risk driving to the grocery store and it being closed? Thankfully, I risked it and our local Ingles is open until 11 p.m. on Sundays. Can I get an… Continue reading It’s Sunday night, Do you know where your groceries are?