Resources To Work Out at Home

One of the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak is the fact that the gym is closed. Needless to say, many are trying to work out at home. Honestly, I’ve been working out at home for pretty much my entire life. I find it not only much easier (especially considering the fact that I wake upContinue reading “Resources To Work Out at Home”

I Participated In My First Readathon: Here’s How It Went

Many of you know that I am a huge fan of the YouTube Channel Peruse Project. Last week, Regan announced that she was doing a readathon. Of course, I was going to participate in that. The TBR: The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah and Tweet Cute by Emma Lord. Friday:  I started on Friday. I wasContinue reading “I Participated In My First Readathon: Here’s How It Went”

What I Love Wednesday: March 25

Welcome to week two of quarantine. Currently, everything is shut down in my state except for the grocery store and pharmacy, and we’re continuing to social distance. That said, this list is mostly comprised of things that I’ve been watching this week, along with a few others sprinkled in. That said, here’s what I amContinue reading “What I Love Wednesday: March 25”

Things I’m Doing For My Mental Health Right Now

This is a trying time for many. For some of us, we are working from home for the first time in our lives. Some of us are experiencing the anxiety of not getting paid — whether it may mean that it’s a reduction in hours or not getting a paycheck whatsoever. And, of course, thereContinue reading “Things I’m Doing For My Mental Health Right Now”

Shopping My Way Around CT: Small Businesses To Check Out During This Time of Crisis

This is a scary time for everyone — especially small businesses. Over the past week, many of them had to close their doors unexpectedly without any end date in sight. That said, I wanted to take time to give a shoutout to some of the local businesses that I love that really could use our supportContinue reading “Shopping My Way Around CT: Small Businesses To Check Out During This Time of Crisis”

What I Love Wednesday: March 18

Hey there everyone! I am currently at home quarantined and doing my best to practice some social distancing. That said, I still wanted to share my faves this week, despite the fact that I am limited since I am home. Here are some things that I am loving this week: SV Decker Celestial Ring: IfContinue reading “What I Love Wednesday: March 18”

Are You Caught In A Reading Slump? Here Are Six Books to Help With That.

As much as I love reading, every now and then I get in a reading slump where I am tearing through books slowly. The cause varies. Sometimes it’s due to life circumstances or the fact that I am reading a slower paced book that makes me uninterested to pick it up. Whatever the case mayContinue reading “Are You Caught In A Reading Slump? Here Are Six Books to Help With That.”

The Hardest Lesson I’ve Ever Had to Learn

On February 25, 2019, I woke up to find out that my mother died overnight. My mom was 57. The day prior, we were picking out carpet samples to redecorate the family room. The cause? A heart attack. It’s been a year since she had passed away, and now that the numbness has worn off,Continue reading “The Hardest Lesson I’ve Ever Had to Learn”