I honestly thought that was what my college years were for and that I would have my shit together by now, but I was very, very wrong. College gave me a clear-cut path for what my life was supposed to be. It gave me structure with deadlines, course catalogs, assignments, applications, schedules, and attendance policies. And then I graduated, got married, went on my honeymoon, looked around at all my choices and said, "okay, now what?" And the universe gave me white noise.
I always see cute date night ideas on Pinterest, but so many of those require money or living in a bigger metropolitan area than we do. It's easy to feel like you have to have more money to have a good time, which isn't true. We decided this weekend that we’re not going to do the same routine: Friday night dinner date, Saturday errand running, Sunday cleaning. We still did those things, but found new ways to throw in some quality time together.
I've been stalking various blogs this week for a little inspiration and came across the "a photo an hour" trend. I'm already obsessed. Google it and you'll see what I mean. I attempted to do my own yesterday, taking a photo (sometimes two because I'm a rebel like that) every hour from 9 a.m. to [...]