World Book Day: Romance

A little less my forte, but deserving of a post of its own all the same. Romantic novels are usually my turn-to when I'm feeling overwhelmed with school.  Similar to those who have guilty pleasures in the form of a television show, I have guilty pleasures in the form of books.  When I'm feeling bogged … Continue reading World Book Day: Romance

Eco-Friendly Wedding Planner

So you've said yes to their proposal and are now knee deep in vendor options.  Where do you begin?  How do you sort through the mess without missing out on the essential details? A wedding planner! You need something to keep you on track.  Both for your sanity and for your budget.  There are so … Continue reading Eco-Friendly Wedding Planner

New Trend in Wedding Planning

"In every disagreement with your spouse, remember that there is not a winner and a loser.  You are united in everything, so you will either win together or lose together.  Work together to find a solution where you both win" - Dave Willis If you're newly engaged and just beginning with the plans for your … Continue reading New Trend in Wedding Planning

Being Childless at 30

Having children was never a foregone conclusion for me.  It was one of those things I kept putting off in favor of the freedom to live my life as it was. The thing about choosing to put off the baby talk until your 20's are over, is the fact that all of your friends are … Continue reading Being Childless at 30

Surviving the Wedding Plans

The night he asked me to be his wife; I was floating.  For the weeks and even months that followed; I was still floating.  I soaked up everything imaginable.  Bridal magazines; hours scouring Pinterest; bridal shows - you name it; I did it. I was so excited. But things didn't go as I had dreamed … Continue reading Surviving the Wedding Plans