This week Decor8 has been featuring 2011 calendars and they are absolutely adorable! In fact, I have the brilliant idea to buy one of these lovely calendars, use it for a year, and then frame the month of April to hang in our new home as a reminder of our wedding month. (There–I said it!
This past Saturday my parents came into town and met J and me at the State Fair! It was the first visit to the State Fair and it was the perfect autumn day. We went on rides, saw lots of agriculture, and ate lots of FOOD. I have never seen so much fried food in
Here is my progress from my first week on Bridal Bootcamp: Not perfect, but like I said before I wasn’t going for perfect–just “showing up” and making any effort is good enough for the first week. A little clarification for the Yoga row: I use Biggest Loser’s Yoga video which has three different levels: 1.
1. The most I’ve spent this last week was on groceries! I feel like my grocery shopping habits are scattered since I’m gone one weekend and here the next, and last week I worked late almost every night so I didn’t have time to cook. I’m hoping when I have my own kitchen in a couple
I was away this past weekend with some girl friends in Atlanta, so on Monday it had been about four days since I had seen J. I was making homemade pizza for dinner (one of my favorite throw-together meals), when J came in carrying a covered cake stand. I took the stand, thinking it was
Can anyone else relate?? (photo credit)
In effort to take charge of my lack-luster, sloppy workout behavior as of late, I created a plan to get in serious bridal shape! I shall call it Bridal Bootcamp… I created a chart for the next six weeks and hung it behind my door to track all of the activity I do. My goal for
1. The most I’ve spent this last week was on gasoline to and from Atlanta for a girl’s weekend. In fact, I only spent around $100 for the whole weekend! 2. Today I feel unorganized with money. I really need to update my budget for the month and plan for the next couple of months
About twenty minutes into being engaged, the following warning popped into my head: “Whatever happens in the next few months–no matter how stressful or how crucial the situation may seem–don’t ever ever EVER become an over-obsessed bridezilla.” Of course being the sweet, newly engaged bride-to-be, I never dreamt that thought would henceforward follow me many