It is best to start saving for Christmas on January 1st. While we can’t go back to January 1st right now, it is not too late to start. By saving throughout the year for Christmas, it is possible to pay cash for all the gifts you need and not have to pull out the credit card.
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It will not be long before the school bell rings on the first day school. Are you ready? There are supplies, uniforms/clothes to buy, schedules to adjust, and that is just the beginning. It seems like we just started summer. This transition is not only difficult for the kids, but also for the adults. By organizing, the transition will be easier.
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Do you ever feel that after years of marriage and raising kids, you and your spouse will have to introduce yourself to each other again? As time goes by, we all change as we experience new things; both good and maybe not so good. Raising kids is such a rewarding experience and an honor in our lives, but let’s face it, a great amount of focus is on the kids that there is not much extra time or energy for our spouse.
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All cities have their fair share of street art but Athens is by far one of the most impressive and collective. It really highlights what the city has struggled with in the past few years while embracing the possibilities of where it can go. I wondered around aimlessly looking for little hidden gems of their art. Continue reading “The Art of Athens”
Greece was actually a country I had little interest going visit. I ended up spending three weeks in the country only because I requested weeks that went into the monsoon season of Southeast Asia. I was trying to celebrate my 21st birthday in a stunning way without breaking my bank account, and Europe is the quickest way to realize you didn’t bring enough money. However, seeing the pictures of Santorini was enticing enough to give it a look. I have not had one regret going. Continue reading “A Santorini Life for Me”