We All Float Down Here Playlist

Happy October! I couldn’t help but keep some of my absolute favorite Halloween jams from last year but we added a whole bunch more! I’m stoked to have you here and for the chance to make these playlists available for you! Check them out below on Spotify or Apple Music! 🎈

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September/Birthday Month Playlist

I took a small break, okay okay, a huge break…like almost a year break from playlists but weeee’re back! If you don’t know, I create a themed playlist at the beginning of every month that I use in the gym and post it here to share with all of you! It’s my birthday month and […]

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10 ways to avoid relationship “ruts”

My husband just recently went back to work after 6 weeks of paternity leave. It was honestly the best. We haven’t spent that much consecutive time together since….ever. We were reckless and when I say reckless I mean we were staying up until 1030 watching movies, eating Crumbl cookies and laughing. We were getting up […]

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A smile. The best thing you can wear.

I’ve always been obsessed with having a bright white smile but I swear since having kids, I regularly pass out on the couch before remembering to brush my teeth at night. Growing up I had braces and when those were removed I was left with two permanent retainers behind the top and bottom rows of […]

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February’s Playlist – Love Yo’self

February is the month of love. Love your significant other, love your parents, siblings, neighbor, friends, children but this play list is dedicated to loving YOU! It’s all about keeping your head above water, getting back up again, being strong when you feel like you might not be and being a survivor. Here are the […]

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DIY I spy with water beads

This activity uses a few more supplies then I generally use but is reusable and can be used in the car because it’s good CLEAN fun instead of the messes that sensory activities can usually lead to. Here are some of the supplies that you’ll need.   I used a clear packaging bag because using […]

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Reaching into that empty space

He was so little when he was born, my oldest. 6 pounds 7 ounces and the tiniest piece of heaven. In the 9 months that I was carrying him he had become a part of my body. When he was born and they rushed him away for some medical care it was like they had […]

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