Here’s a recap of our Easter weekend!
When I got married in 2008, I knew I was signing up to be a police wife. What I didn’t know, however, is what that really meant. For the first 2.5 years of our marriage, my husband worked an 8 hour evening shift from 3 PM – 11 PM. He also worked Every.Single.Weekend. It wasn’t… Continue reading Police Wife Life
Have y’all heard of Misophonia? It’s basically when a person has a hatred of specific sounds. When exposed to those sounds, it causes an intense negative reaction in that person. I’ve had a problem with certain sounds all my life, but I didn’t know there was a name for it until I heard Kelly Ripa… Continue reading Misophonia
My recent “debt free” post was by far one of the most popular posts in my blog’s short life, so it leads me to believe that many of you would also like to become debt free. I’ve decided to write a series of posts over the next few weeks about things that I have learned and practiced over the… Continue reading The “B” Word
My husband works every other weekend, so when he’s off, we try to spend as much time together as a family as we can. This past weekend, we enjoyed the gorgeous weather and spent a lot of time outdoors. Here’s a quick recap: After dinner Friday night, we all settled down and watched a cute… Continue reading Weekend recap
I recently learned about a new, free app called Sworkit. It provides personalized video workouts that you can do at home with no equipment required. I generally struggle to figure out what workouts to do, so I thought I would give it a shot. Setting up an account only takes a couple of minutes. Just… Continue reading Sworkit
When Aaron and I married in March 2008, we started our new life together at 23 years old and with over $30,000 in student loan and medical debt. ($33,689 to be exact!) We both wanted to be financially responsible, so we set financial goals. Our primary goal was to pay off all of our debts… Continue reading Debt Free Story