Is this a late post? Yes, yes it is. But since I went to Disney World during the first bit of June, my month feels like it’s just starting. And when I don’t set goals, I wander around aimlessly for the month, so it’s time for me to set some goals! First, here are some accomplishments from May: Colby and I closed on our house!
Isabelle from Animal Crossing If you ever asked me what my favorite video game is, I’d answer “Animal Crossing” with no hesitation. I’m a casual gamer at heart, and I love games that are slow paced and open ended. The cute graphics and soothing nature of Animal Crossing help me with my anxiety — I play it almost every day before bed to wind down. So
Whew. Y’all, April was a DOOZY of a month. I feel like I got so much done and at the same time, neglected a few things I wanted to get done. (Maybe that’s just life?) Here are some accomplishments from April: Colby and I went house hunting — which is way more exhausting than expected — and by the end of the month, we found a
Spring is in the air! We had a mild winter here in Austin, but I’m still happy to see the sun shining in all its glory and the bluebonnets popping up (be still, my Texan heart!). Despite living in a relatively warm and sunny place, my mood is still affected by the winter climate, so I’m feeling happier with the sun out, too. Sounds like
This is the story of how I got a paragraph tattooed onto my arm. I’ve had the hardest time writing this post, but I wanted to document all of the FeelingsTM I had that led to this decision. I hope some of y’all will find this interesting, too! I have never liked the idea of a text/quote tattoo on me, personally. Beautiful on others, but