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20 in 2020: my goals for the year ahead

20 in 2020: my goals for the year ahead

Happy New Year! Most bloggers wrote this sort of post to go live on January 1. Of course, my year starts a little later than most, since I don’t go back to work until the 6th this year officially. So, here I am, back at work and setting goals! Today, I’m sharing my 20 in 2020. 1. Save $X. I don’t have any interest in telling people what I specifically plan to save, but know that in 2020, I plan…

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What I’m reading for the rest of 2019 + my book Christmas list

What I’m reading for the rest of 2019 + my book Christmas list

I thought I would share the rest of my 2019 reading list. I’ve read 51 books this year and am hoping to get to 52 by the end of the year. (That probably won’t be a problem!) The last few books on my 2019 reading list 1 | The Beautiful by Renee Ahdieh 2 | Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston 3 | There Will Come A Darkness by Katy Rose Poole 4 | The Priory of the…

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30+ gift ideas for the working girl

30+ gift ideas for the working girl

Today, I’m compiling gift ideas for the working girl. If you know a woman who is an entrepreneur, manages a business or operates several side hustles, she will certainly appreciate a few of these gifts. I know I, a fellow working girl, would. You could also call this gift ideas for girl bosses, but hey. We’re just bosses. Coffee cups.  A S’well water bottle.  Moleskine notebooks.  Desktop space heater. I sit at my desk all day long, and in the…

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11 tips for an adults-only Disney World trip

11 tips for an adults-only Disney World trip

Are you going on an adults-only Disney World trip? Count yourself lucky – that’s my favorite kind! I consider myself quite the expert on the adults-only Disney World trip, in fact, so I’m sharing my tips and tricks for making the most out of the Disney magic without kids. Bring on the childless millennials! Most of my tips assume that you are going with a small group – I’ve found that adults tend to go as duos or trios, instead…

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What to do on arrival day in Disney World

What to do on arrival day in Disney World

If you’re planning your next Disney World vacation, you’ve probably run into this small conundrum: what to do on arrival day! I have a few ideas on making the most of your arrival day without exhausting yourself, wasting money or wasting time. These same tips can also be applied for departure day, although I will have other tips to share for departure day in another post! Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. I may make a small commission when…

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12 things to do on your off day at Disney World

12 things to do on your off day at Disney World

Did you factor in a Disney World off day for your vacation? If so, you’re making a smart decision. I totally recommend one off day for every two park days, if you can swing it. At the very least, make sure you have one off day in your vacation. Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. I may make a small commission when you click or make a purchase. What do I mean by off day? By a Disney World…

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shopping with my fall color palette

shopping with my fall color palette

I’m sharing a few of my favorite pieces for the fall, and they all match up with my fall color palette! A few bloggers I follow are trying the capsule wardrobe process out, but I know that will never work for me. I just want to establish a few stand-by trends so I can avoid wearing the same five pieces over and over again, while looking stylish and cute every day! Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links, and I…

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Our master cleaning list – 3 steps to get it all done

Our master cleaning list – 3 steps to get it all done

I’ve shared before some tips on cleaning and what’s been different since we moved from an apartment to a house. I expected to need a housekeeper more than I did in the apartment, but weirdly enough, that hasn’t been the case. I attribute that completely to our master cleaning list! I’m sharing a little bit about our master cleaning list today and how we keep up with the housework despite our crazy busy schedules. [READ MORE: What has changed now…

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5 skills I would like to see in every applicant

5 skills I would like to see in every applicant

I’ve talked about this before, but I see a lot of resumes in my day-to-day. I’ve seen bad, I’ve seen good, and I’ve even seen great. But I wanted to share the best job skills that you can bring to any position that I keep an eye out for on a resume and in job interviews, so you can make sure you have those skills, too. 1 – Strong and clear communication. One of the best job skills you can…

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5 tips for practical meal prep

5 tips for practical meal prep

I love looking at meal prep ideas and inspiration on Pinterest, but I’ve found that most of the recipes out there aren’t very practical. Too many ingredients, too much storage required, too time-consuming – all for a week of lunches! So, I’m sharing my own practical meal prep tips. Practical doesn’t have to mean boring! Today, I want to share the things I do to plan dinners for the week, prep and pack my lunches and breakfasts and make grocery…

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