Alright friends, today we're talking Mochi, Mascara, and Moss. You'll see what I mean.
You see these around pinterest: monthly photo challenges. Well, here's one for July!
One of my goals for 2018 was to read twelve books by the end of the year. Now, almost at the end of June, it looks like I'll be able to surpass that goal seeing as I have already read eight books. That might not sound like a lot but when you didn't have time … Continue reading Summer Reading List
20 questions about summer. Lets goooooo
What a couple of days I've had! I decided to take a long weekend with my boyfriend up to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This is a place that has been my happy spot and a place where I instantly relax. I can tell it's becoming that way for Tim as well. This weekend … Continue reading Seek the Peak
I've had the pleasure of working as a social media manager, a substitute teacher, a camp counselor, and a museum educator. Over the past year, I've picked up on some things that museum educators hate. I've shared these things with teacher friends who either laugh or completely understand. This post is for all of my … Continue reading 10 Things Museum Educators Hate
Comfy clothes, music, a map, and a plan. That's pretty much all you need for a successful road trip right?
Food trucks, travel, camping, and more. Summer may be the best time for adventurous couples looking for something new to do to taking a twist to an old favorite date.
My customer service voice, I don't even know who that is. Everyone picks up weird workplace quirks. Especially when you work with chidlren.
Friends, music, food, and adventure. What else could make for the perfect summer?