I knew the holidays would look different in 2020, I just didn't realize how different they would look until recently. My Thanksgiving featured no turkey, no green-bean casserole, no pie, no family. Just me, Hendrix, my couch and Netflix. I had decided that a week and a half before Thanksgiving, I was going to quarantine. … Continue reading A Very COVID Thanksgiving
"If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans." - Woody Allen When I was younger, I always thought by this age I'd be married and have kids. While that hasn't happened, I have lived in multiple cities in different states and countries, traveled around the world, had incredible experiences, met amazing people … Continue reading WHY I DECIDED TO FREEZE MY EGGS & MY JOURNEY TO FREEZE THEM
It's Friday night. Do you know where your single friends are? If they are anything like me and my single girlfriends, we probably met up for happy hour, took down a few glasses of wine and some pizza, caught up on the latest gossip, then each returned home for some solo Netflix and chill. Friday … Continue reading Why doesn’t anyone date anymore?
Sometimes life's biggest blessings don't come wrapped in a bow. Sometimes they come in a folder with severance papers inside. I was laid off August 29, the day after the anniversary of my brothers death. It was a long couple of days. I didn't announce it to the world. I told my friends and of … Continue reading Getting Laid Off Was One Of The Best Things That Ever Happened To Me
Name: Tiffany Career: Vet Tech (Vet Technologists and Technicians) Education: Varies per state Environment: Veterinary office or hospital Lifestyle: Days, with potential evening and weekends pending location Salary: Vet Teach salary range Outlook: Vet Tech job outlook (growing much faster than average for all occupations) Job Search: Vet Tech available jobs In a vet tech's words: Is being a vet tech your … Continue reading Career Corner: Vet Tech
If you're thinking about a trip to the beautiful country of Iceland and wondering, what should I do in Iceland? What should I see in Iceland? What should I wear in Iceland? This should help. I recently spent 2, very full days in Iceland and loved every minute of the experience. Hopefully you have more … Continue reading ICELAND IN 2 DAYS: WHAT TO SEE, WEAR & DO
Sometimes the pieces for an opportunity just fall into place. With my recent layoff from work, I was looking to travel, try new things and meet new people. Around the start of October, I overheard a girl I had come to know through Pure Barre and Define, Michelle, mention that she had upcoming time off … Continue reading European Adventure: Iceland & Ireland
"You will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did." Flashback to January of 2005. I was 21. My mom and dad traveled with me out to California to get me settled in for my internship. I had never been to Los Angeles and knew no one. … Continue reading Some Of My Greatest Life Experiences Started With Fear
"Do more of what makes you feel alive." Andra Day, Rise Up, played over the speakers in the dark, hot rev room. The instructor told us to slow our speed and rest the side of our faces on the ball in between our handlebars. "Take this moment. Think about someone you love. Send them your … Continue reading What Makes You Feel Alive?
I don't know exactly when it happened, but within the past few years, eyebrows have become "all the rage". Like my reaction to the "mom shorts" trend, I ignored it. Then, one of my friends got her eyebrows microbladed and I loved her results. I didn't know what the hell microblading was, but I was … Continue reading I Got My Eyebrows Microbladed & I Love Them