The first objective of the "Fix Your Hot Mess Challenge" is ensuring your home is a positive and welcoming space for you. For some of us, that's not a big challenge, especially if someone in the home (or yourself) has a more organizational bone. But for those of us who struggle in that department, it's a biggie.
That's a large part of why I am uncomfortable talking about what goes on in my life when I don't look at the root cause of what limits me. I am morbidly obese and have yet to honestly do something about it.
Working from home seems like a great way to earn a living on your own terms, right? It can be! But if you're in a relationship this can have a great deal of impact on your significant other- especially if you live together.
Fiona blindly tried to switch on her phone from beneath her plush throw and groaned at the time. It felt like Friday, but of course, it was only Tuesday and she had spent a lot more time chasing a client deadline than she normally cared to. She had fallen asleep on the chaise part of … Continue reading Hearts & WiFi: Part 1
I want to live the rest of this life the way I want it to be lived.
So, I’m almost 37. I’m also really clueless as a blogger and not too sure I even have a story to tell.
I've just sat here and learned some life lessons from watching Friends on Netflix and my recent tripod cat, Bear.
It goes without saying that life had been a little shitty lately.
March 29th, 2018. 10:30 PM I stood at the entrance to the guest bathroom covered in sweat and my short hair tied up in a mess on the top of my head and rocking a sports bra and leggings on my far-from-athletic body. Our cat, Bear, had made a total mess of it while she … Continue reading Life, As Told By Sara (Chapter 2)
Here I sit. It's a really nice day out, and I'm afraid to even open the curtains. I'm back in that crippling pit of anxiety, and I am not sure how to get out of it. But I really need to go to the vet that is a 6-minute walk away and I'm afraid to … Continue reading Life, as told by Sara (Chapter 1)