• life

    Christmas Gifts for the Girl Who Has Everything

    Ah yes, that time of year where everyone is getting in the festive spirit – and also freaking out about what to get their girlfriend/best friend/sister/mother/cousin/sister-in-law/coworker. You probably know this girl, the one who isn’t afraid to treat herself every so often. The one who enjoys shopping and has lots of stuff. The girl who has everything. I am that girl, sadly. I know I’m difficult for my friends and family to shop for, because if I want something, I’ll buy it for myself. So when it comes time for Christmas gifts, they’re stuck as to what to get me! Here’s a few items I’ve put together you can splurge (or save!)…

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    growth,  life

    Currently Reading

    For me, reading is something I do to learn, not necessarily entertainment. I get my entertainment from video games mostly, and then movies and TV shows. So it should be no surprise that my favorite genre is self-help, personal growth, non-fiction type books. I love learning more about myself and others, so I gravitate towards books that help me better understand people and how we tick. Okay, enough blabbing – here’s what I’m currently reading! Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin If the author’s name sounds familiar to you, it’s because Rubin is the author of The Happiness Project, which was a best seller a few years ago. I read…

  • hike personal growth
    growth,  life,  travel

    What is your hike? | The importance of never stopping

    My favorite part of traveling is taking advantage of the outdoors wherever I visit. I’m very blessed to be able to have some free time on my work trips, and I absolutely take advantage of that. So while I was in Utah, I knew I had to enjoy the mountains with hiking. The Start I did a little research on trails and decided The Living Room Hike would be the best in terms of difficulty and time to do the hike round trip. After parking along the road and getting situated, I started the hike. The first 1/10th of a mile was fine, until I couldn’t find the path to…