Summer reflection

Summer 2017 flew by way too quickly and I feel like I haven’t had time to process it. I quit a job, I took a couple months off work to spend with my son, started a new job, travelled to Florida and Las Vegas, sparked up many new friendships, spent quality time with my husband at the lake, and many other significant events that are too long to list.

I continue to put irons in the fire, but the hours in the day remain the same. This is something that I complain about when I’m in the moment, but when I have time to sit back and reflect I realize how truly blessed I am to be overwhelmingly busy. I don’t think I’ve said the phrase “I’m bored” in 2 years- and I am extremely grateful for that.

The next couple months are going to be a whirlwind, but I’m ready to take it head on- I’m traveling to New York City for business, my sister is getting married, a friend is getting married, my son has basketball games every weekend, junior league events are beginning to take over my life-and prep for Mistletoe Market should have already begun-on top of wholesale orders and holiday specials- I’m not sure how I’ll do it, but I do know I will no longer look at my full schedule as a burden or hassle, I will make a conscious effort to be present more often and I will count every single event on my calendar as a blessing.

Cheer to fall and packed schedules!!

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It’s finally here…

Over the weekend I submitted the very last college paper of my 17 year (undergrad) college career. The emotions that surged through my body when I clicked “submit” were unreal. I got chills. I had tears in my eyes. I have tears in my eyes typing this. Going back to college as an adult is hard. I have boasted about how easy this has been for the past year, but that was a lie. Looking back, the last year was a complete blur-but I wouldn’t trade the lack of sleep or the endless hours in front of my computer writing, reading, and enriching my life for anything. The last year My life has been comparable to a tornado, but it was totally worth it. I am SO PROUD of myself-and that’s not easy for me to admit. I have maintained a 4.0 GPA somehow and for those who know me-you know I’m not a scholarly individual-nor am I the type of person to stick to anything until completion. This degree is solid proof to me that you can do anything you set your mind to.

If you wonder if you should complete college-stop thinking about it and JUST DO IT! I guarantee you will not look back on that decision wishing you hadn’t done it. 

Congratulations to all the graduates of 2017!! 

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