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3 Tips for the Anxious Flier

Good morning early birds! I’m off to Orlando bright and early for a day of fun–no work allowed! If you’ve been around the blog for awhile (and even if you haven’t) you may know that I’m an anxious person. This translates to anxiety when flying-which then translates to we’re flying to Orlando and I’m freaking out. To all of my anxious fliers, this post is just as much for you as is it for me. Here are my top tips for staying cool, calm, and collected  ...

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How To, Tips and Tricks

5 Tips for Reaching Your Step Goal

One of my fitness goals this month is to reach 10k steps a day; my daily step goal. I’ve gotten close a few times and even reached my goal a few more. But, it’s proven harder to achieve than I thought! If you’re trying to reach your daily step goal, here’s a few tips that can help: Charge your Activity Tracker The number one reason I don’t track my steps is because my FitBit is dead! Sometimes I forget to charge it because I wear it when I sleep! To stay  ...

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What to Watch Next on Netflix

Last weekend, we upgraded our bedroom TV from a 32″ that was about 10 years old to a 43″ smart TV. You know, the kind that has Netflix. It was high time for the upgrade and not only can I see the TV better, I have access to all of the goodness Netflix has to offer, without ever leaving my bed. A Cinderella Story This classic, Featuring Hilary Duff) has me feeling like a teenager again. Sometimes you just have to go back to what you know–and I know almost all the words  ...

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Football, How To, Tips and Tricks

Touchdown Turnaround | 3 Fantasy Football Tips

Over the years, I’ve become a football fan by default. I mean, have you met my husband? For those of you who haven’t, he’s a die hard Steelers fan. Like Steelers bedspread, Steelers wallpaper, the works. We’ve been together almost 9 years (8 years dating and almost 1 year married!) so I’ve picked up a tolerance of the sport along the way. I participated in my first fantasy football league in college. I’d like to think I crushed it (because I actually  ...

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