Credit card companies make credit cards seem so appealing. We live in a day and time when everyone loves instant gratification and that is exactly what a credit card is. If we can buy that trip that we want to go on now and pay for it later, that’s great, right? Of course, having more cash flow at the time is great, but you have to think about the interest that you are racking up in the end, which makes it even more expensive and harder to pay off in the end.
Last year in the month of December I challenged myself to make a blog post every day for the month. Well… I failed my own #31daysofblogging challenge and it’s okay.
The Chattery is a Non-Profit locates in Chattanooga, TN that is focused in offering adult education classes on a variety of topics. They are always something really fun and range in price.
One of my good friends Julie lives in Tampa, FL right now while she is pursuing her masters degree. Last month I went to visit her to escape some of the cold weather here in Chattanooga.
During the holidays I love to bake and I’ve been making these Oreo Truffles for years now. These things are so easy to make and decadent they are the perfect holiday treat to give to all your friends and family.
I miss you. I cannot believe it’s been 5 years since I’ve held your hand. It’s been 5 Christmas’ without you. It’s been 5 years since you’ve said “ohhhh lord.” It’s been 5 years since I’ve tasted your famous homemade sugar biscuits. It’s been 5 years and I miss you more than ever.
A few weeks back I had the the best lunch at Opa in Northshore. This Greek restaurant has been in my must try list for over two years now and I finally had to chance to try it.
I am half way done with my #31daysofbloggjng challenge. I wanted to use today’s post to give a quick update on how I think it’s going.
I love doing things, having my calendar full, a plan for everyday. Being so involved in so many things it’s easy to forget to take a break every once in a while.