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Wedding Planning Update + Our Engagement Photos

We are officially getting married in less than a year! It’s totally crazy to think that we will be husband and wife before I know it. This January, we will celebrating being together for half a decade….5 whole crazy years. Every day I am grateful to have found Brian so young. But, enough of that mushy stuff. Since it is less than a year now, we are (attempting) to take wedding planning seriously. Most days, I would like to pull my hair out, mainly because of sticker shock (whyyy  ...

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52 Weeks of Gratitude

52 Weeks of Gratitude: Week 5

I’m a day late on posting my 5th week of gratitude, but with a good reason! I’m currently hanging out in Florida to help with taking care of my nephew. Last week was filled with me being busy trying to catch up with life after recovering (read: still recovering) from my surgery and having to get my things to together to hop on a plane to warmer climate (bye, Pittsburgh). Once I got to Florida, I had to learn my nephew’s routine and by the time he went to bed, I was  ...

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52 Weeks of Gratitude

52 Weeks of Gratitude: Week 4

Friday was my birthday. The big 2-6. For some reason, the week leading up to my birthday is always full of curve balls. To be honest, I did have a meltdown one day, but I accepted it, felt through the emotions, and then thought about what I can be grateful for in this situation. It helped me overcome the negative emotions pretty quickly. I ended up having a great birthday and enjoying an delicious meal from Ruth Chris Steakhouse with my family. This week I am grateful: 1. Random warm  ...

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My Life, Pittsburgh

Fairytales do come true

It’s Sunday morning and I have the sun shining on my face while I enjoy a cup of matcha green tea and write. The peacefulness of the morning and warmth of the sun inspire me the most. And with this inspiration, I’m here to tell you how 2017 has started off so incredibly amazing so far. Most people were feeling pretty grumpy about 2016 and ready for 2017 to end. While it was a challenging year for most, I did reflect on all the amazing memories made and lessons learned. Also, if  ...

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