Y’all, I’ve thrown my summer plans out the window. I was so excited about traveling the world, eating exotic foods, and drinking amazing wine. Sadly, the universe had different plans for me. Like everyone else, I’m practicing social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19. Yet, dreaming about these bucket-list vacation ideas has gotten me through self-isolation. My bags are ready and packed for the moment life returns to normal.
Who doesn’t want to visit the City
With all this extra time I’ve been spending at home, I keep finding things in my kitchen that frustrate me. I love my kitchen, y’all, but sometimes I just get frustrated with some of its aspects. I think the kitchen is just about the best room in a home to update because every member of the family uses it and spends a good amount of time there. Check out these three noninvasive ways to update your kitchen.
Replace boring lights with exciting ones
Replacing the builder-grade overhead
When a person is injured on the job, that person can either file a worker's compensation claim or file a personal injury lawsuit against the employer. In most cases, a worker's compensation claim means the employee is not able to bring a lawsuit against the employer for lost earnings or additional compensation. However, it is best to obtain legal advice and understand the laws within specific states before deciding whether to pursue either option. There are distinct differences between worker's
Parenting is truly the toughest job in the world. I’m telling y’all, when my babies were brand new, I was so tired that all my days blended together, time was a myth, and I felt like I had no idea what I was doing. When the hospital sent me home with my newborn child for the first time, I thought they had to be joking to leave that precious little angel in my and my husband’s hands. One of the areas I struggled with was knowing proper baby hygiene since newborn skin is so much more sensitive
If ya’ll are like me, you’ve experienced the frustration of having “nothing” to wear while staring aimlessly at closets full of clothing. Thus begins the endless, money-sucking cycle: You feel like you have nothing to wear, you spend a bunch of money on new clothing, you’re satisfied for a little while, and then a few months later, you’re back to square one. What’s the deal? Before you start scouring online stores for a completely new wardrobe, it’s important to get to the root