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Kid-Friendly Travel: Quebec City, Canada – Our 36-hour trip to Montreal and Quebec City over Christmas break. Things to do, see, and eat in Quebec City. Quebec City Family Travel ideas.  We left Montreal and made the two-hour drive to Quebec City. We drove into a snow-covered winter wonderland. Quebec City has been on my bucket list for […]

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Our moving to Stuttgart Germany experience and things we wished we knew before we got here. Tips for a military move to Stuttgart. (The view from our hotel room. It’s a great place to make timelapses.) We made it to Stuttgart, Germany in one piece. We are so happy to be here. The months leading […]

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(This is from my first roll of film. I could not be any happier with how my first rolls turned out. I am in LOVE with film. Why do all of my hobbies have to be so expensive?) It seems crazy to me that I am typing this on the 18th of March. Here I […]

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Kid-Friendly Travel: Montreal, Canada – Our 36-hour trip to Montreal over Christmas break. Things to do, see, and eat in Montreal.Two years ago, I had a pretty bad ski accident. (I swear, my helmet saved my life. Wear one!) It scared me, and I am skittish about skiing right now. I am not ruling it […]

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2017 Goals using Lara Casey’s Powersheets. Monthly goals plans that make achieving dreams possible. 2017 got off to a rocky start. Why? I can’t really say. I felt unmotivated, unsettled, and just could. not. get. it. together. We were waiting on orders, and it felt like we were treading water until we knew what the […]

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What to do when someone you care about is grieving. Advice for helping them get through this difficult time with love and grace.  Over the last few months, so many people I care about have lost someone they love. Children, husbands, wives, mothers, fathers, siblings. Most of these people were incredibly young, it seemed like […]

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I do realize that the month is more than half over. But I am proud to say that I published my monthly goals for the entire year. I’m a starter, not usually a finisher. This is big. And publicly putting my goals out there was very motivating to actually achieving them. I will for sure […]

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I’m writing this on the couch waiting for the polls to come in. I love election night. I always have, I love the energy. This election has been really long and brought out a lot of bad feelings for people – myself included. I’m excited that the election season will be over tomorrow. And I […]

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