{Adulting}

Making friends when we are little was so easy. All you had to do was go play in your yard or ride your bike to the park to meet someone new. Heck recess was also a good place to form friendships, friendships that would get you through the beast that is high school. I considerContinue reading “{Adulting}”

7 Ways to Invest in Your Long Term Friendships

If there is one thing I’ve learned in the last year it is that those friends that have stuck around for year and years and years are the ones you need to keep close to you.  I am not a perfect person and often I like to separate myself from people. I would consider myselfContinue reading “7 Ways to Invest in Your Long Term Friendships”

How to Make Friends as an Adult

It’s not easy making friends as an adult and especially as you get into your 30’s and 40’s.  Everyone has their own life, family and friends. Their own circle they stick to, but if you are looking to meet new people outside your social circle, it’s not the easiest thing to do. When you’re aContinue reading “How to Make Friends as an Adult”

A Best Friend Is?

While scrolling through TikTok to waste time that I didn’t have I came across a sound with the following quote: What is a Best Friend? Best friends are people who make your problems their problems, just so you don’t have to go through it alone. That quote resonated with me and I listened to theContinue reading “A Best Friend Is?”

Friendship on Thin Ice?

Friendships are one of the best parts of life.  Friends are family you choose to share special moments. However, not all friends are going to stick around for your funeral.  There are definitely friends that come and go throughout your life.  Remember when you were young and making your first friends? I do.  I hadContinue reading “Friendship on Thin Ice?”

{Surviving} A Toxic Marriage

I was that annoying girl in college. You know the one who had perfectly crafted vision boards lining her dorm room walls. I had my entire life planned out. I had everything on a time line, go to law school at 23, get married at 25, and have my first kid when I was 27.Continue reading “{Surviving} A Toxic Marriage”