I don’t know about you, but my potatoes always seem to be on the verge of sprouting. That’s probably because I buy bulk potatoes and only cook for two. But hey, why should I pay more just because I buy less! Anyways, because sprouted potatoes are debatably edible or poisonous depending on who you talk… Continue reading Grow your own Sweet Potato Plants Indoors
Visit our tiny home homestead, 500 sq feet on 40 acres of Kansas woodland.
We bought our first home! I call it our tiny homestead—a 600 sq ft house and 40 acres. Good thing we love the great outdoors!
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There’s no place like home, especially a home in Kansas! At the beginning of the month, the Mr. and I packed our clothes into duffel bags and headed south–well, southwest. We woke up at 4 am and took the eight hour drive caravan style. With Taylor Swift cranked, I chugged coffee and spritzed myself with… Continue reading 5 Reasons A Couple Should Move
Ahhh, home suite home. As I open the door to my hotel room, I sink into the feeling of home. Now, I am most certainly not home. My husband isn’t here, my bed is too neat, and I only have access to five days worth of undergarments. But I feel at home in my hotel room.… Continue reading How to Make A Hotel Feel Like Home
Beep Beep Beep—That alarm just won’t shut up. You snooze it once more, desperately closing your eyes and hoping to fall back asleep for another precious minutes. It goes off again. You look at the clock to shut if off more permanently and see the time. You’re going to be late. You rush to throw… Continue reading 5 Lazy Morning Hacks to Save Time and Stress
Life is pretty chaotic. Even outside my own world, the connectedness of technology has given us easier access to everything—traumatic news, updates on world crises, constant comparison to others. Millennials especially feel the strain to keep up, to solve every crisis. This is why we are such an anxious generation as a whole. To reduce… Continue reading Taking Steps to Minimalism
One month—almost to the day—after getting married, I was laid off. Out of the blue, the boss of my startup company came in and announced that he had to cut our entire department. It was devastating, frustrating, angering that the people who had literally promised me years with their company seemed to decide overnight… Continue reading 5 Steps to Thrive After Getting Laid Off
Panic, anxiety, stress—up they bubble at the most inconvenient times. In the middle of an interview, causing loss of words and shaking hands. In the middle of the night, causing vivid nightmares and sleepless hours. In the middle of nothing, for seemingly no reason, panic can spike your heart rate, cause you to break out into a sweat… Continue reading 7 Ways to Naturally Reduce Stress