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It’s kind of weird because although I’m probably the most SPONTANEOUS person I know, I’m also one of those people who really thrive on having some sort of schedule (I guess I’m an oxymoron!) With the New Year in full swing, I’m slowly getting back into the groove of things (and my schedule is starting to normalize again.)
While it’s easy to get bored in your day-to-day routine, sometimes all you need is the crunch of something new! Whenever I feel like my routine is getting a little to predictable (which, let’s face it, gets boring fast), I try to mix things up a little. Sometimes I decide to take a different route to the mall. Or somedays I decide to take my lunch break a little later than usual. It’s those little things that spice life up and break us of those boring funks!
Here’s five ways to beat boredom:
Since all of the stateroom doors on the Disney Cruise Line are magnetic, a lot of people like to decorate their doors with Disney themed magnets, dry erase boards, and more! It’s a fun way to add a little pizzazz to your stateroom.
Disney fans never cease to amaze me with their creativity! One of my favorite things to do while I was on my Disney Cruise was to roam the halls on each deck and check out all of the cool decorated stateroom doors. It was so much fun getting to see all of the different ways people expressed their “Disney pride” via magnets and decor on their stateroom doors.
Here are a few tips for decorating YOUR Disney Cruise Line stateroom door:
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With a New Year comes new resolutions and goals. One of my biggest goals for this year is to make sure that my dog, Loki, is as well-cared for as possible. Since Loki’s getting older (he’s turning three on Valentine’s Day), I really want to make sure he’s eating the proper food to keep him happy and healthy.
Let’s face it, all good dog owners want to keep their dogs healthy. We love our dogs, and we want them to be as healthy and happy as possible. Just like it’s important that we have healthy diets and stay active, the same goes for our furry friends!
I think it’s time we all re-think what we’re feeding our dogs.
Happy Wednesday everyone! I am so EXCITED to be continuing on with my 12 Months of Happiness series this year. For those of you who are new readers, here’s a little bit of a 12 Months of Happiness recap: I had such a blast doing the 100 Happy Days Challenge back in 2014, that I wanted to start a little happiness project of my own. But instead of doing a daily photo challenge, I thought it would be fun to recap a few of the things that made me happy each month! Now, here we are FOUR years later (that’s right, this is the fourth year of my 12 Months of Happiness series)!
Here are some of the things that made January an amazing month: (Don’t forget to comment down below how your January went and what things made you smile this month! I LOVE hearing from you guys about what makes you happy): Continue reading
You know that old saying “To be a good writer, you have to be a good reader.”? Well one of my goals for the New Year is to read more. And what better way to complete my goal then by making myself a list of books to read. The only problem is, I have NO idea where to start.
Should I start with the classics? Should I read something that just came out? Should I reread one of my favorites or should I read something new? So many questions.
I’ve been having some major writers block (hence why I’ve only been posting once a week instead of my usual three times a week) and I think reading more will inspire me to what to write more. (Both with this blog and with my screenplay, which I hope to finish soon).