Posts made in January, 2012

Family Travel: Amazing Animal Encounters at the San Diego Zoo and Sea World

Family Travel: Amazing Animal Encounters at the San Diego Zoo and Sea World

Today I have the pleasure of sharing a guest post from the lovely Barbara Mascareno. Barbara takes a unique approach to teaching children Spanish, and because my daughter is half-Spanish and should know more about her heritage, I love to visit Barbara’s blog frequently for lessons in the Spanish language. Her family went to the San Diego Zoo and Sea World for vacation, and since I haven’t yet made that destination, I was delighted...

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Classic Country Music For ‘The Conservative Hillbilly’

Classic Country Music For ‘The Conservative Hillbilly’

It’s been a few days since I posted, but if you’ve read the previous post, you’ll know I quit smoking and it’s been difficult. This has been the center of my focus and misery for the better part of the week, but I’m on day eight with no cigs now, and it’s gotten easier. Hopefully, I can get back to posting at least most days of the week, if not every day. For the past month, I’ve been promising my...

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Smoking, Callgirls, and Inspiration from Yoda

Smoking, Callgirls, and Inspiration from Yoda

“Do or do not. There is no try.”-Yoda I had a horrible nightmare the other night that finally made me take the plunge and give up cigarettes for good. I’ve been struggling to find the willpower to quit for the last couple of years, because I know how terrible they are for me, but I just couldn’t seem to kick the habit. Even when my grandmother died from an aggressive form of lung cancer in 2010, I kept puffing away, like...

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How To Travel Frugally

How To Travel Frugally

I’m not fond of coupon and giveaway blogs, but it doesn’t mean I don’t like to save money or am opposed to sharing occasional information. If the person or organization providing said information also promotes charitable causes, then I am doubly inclined to do so. With this being said, I have the pleasure of sharing a travel guest post from Ella Davidson of Coupons.org. Coupons is a site that provides top consumer saving...

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Remembering a Lost Generation Through Music

Remembering a Lost Generation Through Music

Remembering a Lost Generation Through Music It’s time for another installment of Music Monday, and while I promised one of my blogging buddies I’d give him a classic country segment today, I am apologetically forgoing it for next Monday to reflect upon the era of Etta James. Mrs. James died last week at the age of 73, and although I am not often touched deeply by the death of a celebrity, I grieved to hear of her passing. Her death...

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I’m an Atlanta, GA Social Media Manager, blogger, writer, and brand ambassador. My passions are books, travel, social media, blogging, and creativity. My hobbies are product reviews and photography. I'm a deep thinker, dreamer, lover, and compassionate soul. Expect humor and occasional sarcasm. Welcome!

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