Sunset

Have you ever noticed that the sun gets the most attention during sunrise and sunset? Not many people look up at the sun in the middle of the day and comment on how remarkable it is. I think the same is true for a human life. We start out with this awe inspiring potential. We … More Sunset

The Pursuit of Happiness

Things have been CRAZY guys. And by crazy, I mean exhausting, exhilarating and unpredictable. Crazy. Since the last time I wrote, Taylor and I moved out of our apartment and into my old bedroom at my parents’ house. We have continued the building process on our tiny house (it really looks like a house now!). … More The Pursuit of Happiness

Quitter

I am a college dropout. I attended Purdue for 2.5 years, got married and moved back to Indy. Then I attempted to finish my degree at IUPUI for a year, and just one semester short of graduation I decided to stop. I’d say the most common response I get when I tell people is confusion … More Quitter

My Minimalism

If you read my latest post, you are aware that Taylor and I are moving into a tiny home in just a couple months! If not, you should read it, here. Since we are moving into a space that is about 15% the size of our current apartment, we’ve been purging. And purging. AND PURGING. … More My Minimalism

Less

Hello readers! It’s been awhile…15 months to be exact, oops. But I’ve dusted off the ol’ keyboard and I thought I’d make my comeback with some big news! You may or may not have been following Taylor and I as we embarked on this journey to minimalism during the last six months or so (I plan … More Less

It’s a DIY Christmas

This past week I put up my tree, complete with the DIY ornaments I’ve been working on for a few weeks now. I got a lot of positive responses  and questions on how I made each kind of ornament, so I figured I’d let y’all know how I pulled this off! (Bonus: Everything I put on … More It’s a DIY Christmas

Under The Knife

In early April, I underwent minor surgery. I’ve had painful ovarian cysts and endometriosis for years and after trying several alternate treatments, surgery was the last resort. The procedure was simple and outpatient. They went in laparoscopically via three small incisions in my lower abdomen, removed a mass on my right ovary, drained a cyst … More Under The Knife

Double Negative

Disclaimer: this post is gonna get heavy. Three years ago I was diagnosed with ‘Major Depression’. Two years ago I was diagnosed with ‘Generalized Anxiety Disorder’. I haven’t officially been diagnosed with ‘Panic Disorder’, but I suspect that will be coming soon enough. A lot of people think these aren’t real diseases. A lot of … More Double Negative