Happy Halloween, Samhain, or Day of the Dead!

I hope that you’re enjoying your day and ready to go get some candy trick or treating. Perhaps instead of bobbing for apples and going door to door for candy, maybe you’re attending a fall or Halloween festival.

This year I’m not feeling too well, so I decided to host my own self-halloween movie marathon in the apartment, surrounded by my decorations and I turned on the orange lights I put over the door.

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To your health!

If you don’t have your health, you don’t have anything.

Take your medicine!

Don’t forget your vitamins!

Go natural/organic!


We hear and see so much regarding our health. Understandably so as health is important as we need to have healthy bodies to keep up with our lives. You go try running a marathon with the flu.

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Hey everyone, hope that you’re having a great start to your week already. I also hope that you have enjoyed the Preparedness series I’ve been working on lately.  Life has been kinda interesting lately and therefore I’ve been pretty reflective on different aspects of daily life. In this edition, we’re gonna talk about being prepared for technology issues.


What would you do if your computer died?


I’m talking about sitting down,

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It’s the first day of Fall!

How exciting is that?! It’s gonna be a great season, I can just feel it!


I’m so so so so so so so excited (can you tell?) Fall is undoubtedly my favorite season. It’s just so awesome! These are just some of my favorite things to enjoy about the season: The crispness of the air, the changing of bright colored flowers and trees to darker passionate red,

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You’ve heard it a lot: “Be Prepared!”   “Rather safe than sorry!” “Always think ahead!”

It probably goes in one ear and out the other by now. It’s so overused in day-to-day life. However, as annoying as it may seem, it holds a great truth. Think of the fable where the ants are hoarding grain for the winter months while the grasshopper dismisses this need to be prepared. Boy was he surprised when the winter cold came.

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