Q & A with The Poor Little Rich Girl

I think that my blogging hiatus is finally up.  Over the next few weeks {ok, probably months} you'll notice the site going through a makeover. Nicole, at The Poor Little Rich Girl, recently saw some of my pictures from a trip I took this Memorial Day to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park.  She wanted … Continue reading Q & A with The Poor Little Rich Girl

Advocare 24 Day Challenge – Meal Prep

After hearing such amazing things for awhile now, I've finally decided to take the Advocare 24 Day Challenge and I am extremely excited to see the changes at the end of the challenge! I decided that for me the best way to stick with it is to go ahead and prep my meals out on … Continue reading Advocare 24 Day Challenge – Meal Prep

The Not So Obvious: It’s not a called a “Doctor” stethoscope

I'm fiercely defensive of my family and friends...and all that they come with.  What I saw today really struck a nerve seeing as both my sister and mom (as well as other family members and friends) are nurses. If you have not seen it, Miss Colorado 2016 decided to do an original monologue on a … Continue reading The Not So Obvious: It’s not a called a “Doctor” stethoscope

Travels – Vieques, Puerto Rico

In the past year since I have been traveling for work back and forth to New York each week, I have had the pleasure of going to some really incredible places on alternative weekend travel in leiu of returning home. I have a few great trips I’d like to share but to start I will … Continue reading Travels – Vieques, Puerto Rico

Green Ways to Keep your Kitchen Germ Free [by: Gina Carlson]

The kitchen is one of the most germ-filled places in your home, and the chemicals in most cleaners can be just as concerning. In the last few years, green cleaners have hit the market, helping to leave your home a little less chemical-filled, but your wallet a little lighter. There are plenty of common sense … Continue reading Green Ways to Keep your Kitchen Germ Free [by: Gina Carlson]