As I was on my way to work this morning, I noticed a gun range that I pass by each time I take that route. It's about 5 minutes down the road from my job location and I've noticed it's curbside appeal (I'm being serious) and modern look before. After I got home, I decided… Continue reading This STL Gun Range Does WHAT?
Now that the government shutdown is really starting to affect us everyday folk (which isn't said to lessen anyone who has already been personally affected by this shutdown), I've decided to do some actual research on what is happening to our country. Day 19 of the shutdown and counting... You can be someone who doesn't like to talk about politics, but you should choose not to be ignorant to… Continue reading 15 Things To Know About Trump’s Temper Tantrum.
It's no secret that I'm one that worries about anything and everything. I've always been this way- ask my parents (or my second-grade teacher). There was always something to worry about. While I've definitely gotten better, I still have a long way to go. I also learned that not everyone can be as worry-free and… Continue reading How To Ease Travel Anxiety
Most families have their holiday traditions, whether they start a week before Christmas or just the day of. These holiday traditions are what makes the Christmas season so special. Today I'm going to illustrate my Christmas traditions. Every Christmas Eve I go over to my grandparents house. For the past 10 years or so (wow,… Continue reading My Holiday Traditions
Being sick for 26+ days straight (Or, in other words, from Thanksgiving all the way to Christmas) with several different things isn't exactly something someone plans for or looks forward to. You know those times when you get a cold and can't breathe out of your nose at night and realize how thankful you are… Continue reading 5 Things I’ve Learned During My 26+ Days of Illness(es)
:The holidays are more than just putting up decorations, getting presents, and not having to go to school. Here are 4 things that we want you to remember this holiday season. 1.The reason for the season Don't be fooled by the sales, the presents, or the decked out houses. We celebrate Christmas for a very important… Continue reading 4 Things to Remember This Holiday Season
I was diagnosed with Mononucleosis on Tuesday, November 28th, but have had it since roughly November 19th. With Mono comes extreme fatigue and swollen tonsils and glands that make it hurt to swallow and talk. I don't mean strep throat kind of hurt- Mono takes it to a whole new level. Come to mention that… Continue reading How I’m Kicking-Off the Christmas Season with Mono