How to Get Through the Hardship of “Adulting”

In college, we used to joke about how hard it was to be an adult – the process that is called “adulting”. At that time, we knew that it was inevitable and most of the things we did were somewhat adult-like. I, personally, delayed the beginning of my full adult life in a way. Right out of undergrad, I didn’t…
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How to Get Back To Work Mode After A Summer Off

As a teacher, I typically get June through August off. Now, that doesn’t mean that I’m not working because I typically pick up more work with my blog as well as doing other part-time work to make a little extra income over the summer. The extra dough helps for when hubby and I want to travel or get the things…
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Keep Me Safe & Stylish

When I started college about seven years ago (oh, my gosh…I just realized how long ago that was), I was so excited to start off on my own and take my first steps into adulthood. But of course, my parents were all over me about being responsible, being aware of my surroundings, and not wandering around by myself. At the…
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What My Smile Means to Me

In high school, I didn’t smile much. It was mostly because as a child, my teeth didn’t grow in “the right way” and I had to go through the ideal of wearing braces. In high school, I was at the tail end of that journey, but I was so used to not smiling because of my braces, I was seen…
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My Style in Teaching with Modcloth

{Thank you to Modcloth for sponsoring this post. As always, thoughts, opinions and style are my own.} Summer vacation is over and I’m heading back to school in less than a week. No, I’m not going back to school as a student. I’ll be the teacher. This school year will be my second year of teaching (well, I actually substitute…
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