I've heard that it takes 21 days to get used to a new routine. Now, I'll be the first to openly admit that living a healthy lifestyle has always been far from a priority for me. Eating carbs and watching TV are a couple of my favorite things in life, and dieting and exercise are… Continue reading 21 Days: The Struggle To Acclimate To A Healthier (And Realistic) Lifestyle
Anyone who knows me well knows that I'm a very open, honest, and unashamed atheist. As a matter of fact, when my husband and I were on our first date, he brought up the fact that he's Catholic. My response was "Oh cool, I'm an atheist!" Like I said, I don't see any reason to… Continue reading Karma
If you've read my blog before, you already know that I used to be in corporate America and I broke free from those chains last year to pursue my lifelong dream of self-employment. It's only a couple weeks away from the anniversary of that glorious day, so let's talk about why so many people are… Continue reading Traditional Corporations Feel Threatened By The Rise Of Independent Contractors, And They Should
We're only 14 days into 2019, but so far this is a great year full of improvements! The biggest improvement, obviously, is my great new contract gig. Finally I'm back to working 100% from home and having my evenings and weekends off! I liked driving food orders around, but the pay fluctuated too much based… Continue reading 2019: Onwards And Upwards!
If you read my blog regularly, you already know that I prefer to work an entire pile of 10-99 contract jobs rather than being stuck in one soul-sucking corporate 9-5. Unfortunately, contract work can be fickle and sometimes contracts fall through at inopportune times, making me regroup and find another revenue stream quickly. This happened… Continue reading Food Delivery: It’s Not Just For College Kids Anymore
Before this weekend, I'm embarrassed to say it had been over 5 years since my last camping trip. I used to go often when I lived in rural Ohio, but my lifestyle changed when I moved to the ugly concrete jungle suburbia known as Cary, NC in 2013. In Cary, people buy cookie-cutter houses two… Continue reading Camping Thoughts: It’s OK To Just Do Nothing Sometimes (Actually It’s Awesome)
I'm not a city girl. Before I lived here, I lived in a town so small you could reference "the light" when giving someone directions because there was literally only one traffic light in town. Before that, I lived in a town so small it had zero traffic lights (but plenty of meth labs). There… Continue reading Escaping From The Concrete Jungle