Posted in May 2014

Moving

Moving

Brian and I have moved four times together in the last five years, one of those was an out-of-state move and the other three local. Let me tell you, thank heaven we have the same organized moving mentality or we wouldn’t have made it. I’m not going to name names, but let’s just say we both … Continue reading

It’s FRIDAY!

It’s FRIDAY!

No Fiscal Friday post today because I’m still sick and I don’t have the brain capacity to compose something logical and informative. (Not that I ever do!) Yesterday I thought I was on the mend, then after work I started feeling a ton of pressure in my right ear. I took some ibuprofen and went … Continue reading

The Sickness

The Sickness

I swear I’ve been sick more in the 13 months since we moved to Arizona than I was the entire 13 years prior. We went to the Phoenix Children’s Museum the weekend before last. Our friend’s daughter got sick, Brian got sick, Cohen got sick. I thought I was in the clear. Not so much. … Continue reading

Weekend Update: The Cray-Cray Edition

Weekend Update: The Cray-Cray Edition

The first few weeks after tax season ended, having two-day weekends felt absolutely luxurious. Now they’re back to feeling not long enough. Saturday morning I woke up on a mission to get a killer workout in. Do you follow Val at Fab Chick Gets Fit? You should! I am a new follower and I’ve got … Continue reading

Makeup Organization

Makeup Organization

Confession: I Love Makeup! I don’t wear a ton on a daily basis, but I love to have lots of colors and products to choose from. My old way of “organizing” my makeup wasn’t organized at all. I kept it all in a plastic shoe box under my vanity. It was a jumbled mess and everything … Continue reading

Weekend Update: Mother’s Day Edition

Weekend Update: Mother’s Day Edition

Wow! What a wonderful, whirlwind weekend! How’s that for alliteration? Cohen is deep into a hard-core Thomas the Train addiction. The moment we get home in the afternoon or wake up in the morning, he immediately runs to the television and asks for “Toss”. I’ll admit, sometimes I give in, but I am definitely making … Continue reading

Intervention: Google Maps

Intervention: Google Maps

STEP 1: Open with Affection Google Maps, I’ve always believed in you. You are the most important map service in my life. While the elderly are still printing out Mapquest directions to take with them on the road and younger people adapted after a rocky start with Apple’s Maps, I hung in there with you. … Continue reading