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How to work at home legitimately: No scams, no surveys, no selling to your friends

Note: This post contains affiliate links.  These allow me to earn a small commission for promoting certain products so that I can continue to provide awesome content to all of you! Hey there, Everyone! Did you know that it doesn’t really take a whole lot to make a legitimate living working from home? All it [...]

Okay… I lied (A little)

Sooooo... I said I was going to take a break from this, but I had this idea the other day and wanted to make sure it got posted. I really want to hear from all of you about what types of posts or content you enjoy reading or find useful/helpful/interesting, etc. Because of this, I [...]

The Mind-Body Connection: How Two Addiction Survivors Healed Their Spirits

Hello everyone!!! I know it has been a reeeeally long time since I posted, but that doesn't mean that I haven't been hard at work on projects to feature in upcoming posts. So far I have completed the $250 craft room redo challenge and have begun working on other, smaller crafty projects. I am also [...]

Imperfectionism

Note: This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission from your purchase. PERFECTIONISM: The only word that describes a negative personality trait that most people secretly want. If you pick up a magazine at any time during the year chances are good [...]

How I Made My Not-So-Awesome First Bullet Journal

*This post contains affiliate links.  If you purchase products by clicking on those links I will receive a small commission from the Affiliate Host. These and other active links are posted in italics. As I promised, today's post is all about starting a bullet journal. Up until a few weeks ago I had no idea what these [...]

My Top 10 Self-Help Books for Living a More Joyful Life

Note: This post contains affiliate links There's no denying it, books are some of the most wonderful things. Reading a book has the potential to take you away from the stress of your life into a whole new story filled with interesting characters, information, and timeless life lessons. We learn and grow from books. We [...]

The $20 Thrift Store Outfit Challenge

If you haven't read Thrifting 101 yet I would highly recommend that you do so before reading this post. In that post I have outlines specific tips and tricks to help you make the most of your thrift shopping experience. This is the first time I have ever done an experiment like this. I decided to take [...]

Thrift Shopping 101

Thrift Shopping 101

When I was growing up thrift stores got a really bad rap. It was in the 1980s when the economy was booming (or so they said) and designer, name brand clothing was all the rage. Izod, Calving Klein, Jordache, Forenza, Outback Red, Benetton, Esprit, I could go on forever. The more labels you had on your clothing, the better…

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