Yesterday, I had the opportunity to spend some one-on-one time with my 12 year old. As a parent with multiple children, it can be a challenge to give each child their own undivided attention with mommy. So, yesterday was pretty awesome. Corey and I did something we both love - hike up Stone Mountain. My … Continue reading Much Needed Quality Time, Meditation and Asana Flow
This year, I decided that the holidays would be spent very differently than what I am traditionally used to. For the Thanksgiving holiday, I spent time relaxing poolside in Orlando with family. I was not interested in slaving in the kitchen and then begging my kiddos to help clean up afterward. So, it worked out perfectly that I was able to join my extended family on a wonderful mini-vacation.
After having this amazing experience, Tamara and I set out to do somethingsimilar, but in a different city. We set our minds on Savannah and made it happen.
Our first full day there was on Christmas Eve. We set out for a day of adventure. We got lost exploring the historic district while taking pictures of our surroundings. There were so many amazing images tocapture.
We discovered a great local bakery called Back in the Day Bakery that makesbomb…
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During the past few days, I have been recovering from a cold of some sort. Nothing too bad. Congestion, sneezy, runny nose type of cold. Although it wasn't the worst it could be, it did cause me to sit still, rest and recover. During this time, I have had a chance to just chill and … Continue reading A Little Sunday Humor and Inspiration
I have been pretty reflective over the past week as it is the last month of the year. This year started out pretty rough for me, but because of my nature, I made it through what I thought at the time were setbacks. What I now know is that these experiences were a catalyst for … Continue reading 2017 Prep: Letting Go, Setting Goals and Recommittments
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