Fantasy Football Confession: I’m a Sore Loser

Guys, I’m going to be honest, I’m way too competitive. Not just in the sense that I want to win Monopoly or a game of volleyball. I’m constantly competing with anyone – even strangers- who have the terrible luck of running into me on a given day. Just going to the grocery store is an […]


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Boomerang Child

I have another confession to make: I’m a boomerang child. Apparently this is a trend with millennials- we get educated, get jobs (or not), and sometimes even start families before deciding to move back in with our own parents. People do this for A LOT of different reasons. We are blessed that we didn’t make […]


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Working with Family: A Cautionary Tale

When I tell most people that I work with my husband I’m typically met with a mix of shock and confusion: “What do you mean you work with your husband? Like all day? Every day? Full time?” “Oh, wow. I’d never be able to do that. We’d kill each other.” “Oh, so he must be […]


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The Day I Stopped Being Afraid

I’ve been a worrier for as long as I can remember. Being controlled by my fears has been my biggest struggle for my entire life. When I was younger I was scared of the dark, scared of monsters under my bed, pretty normal kid stuff. As I’ve gotten older, I’m not scared of things going […]


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Hurricane Preparedness

  Growing up on the coast in South Texas, I’ve always had a complicated relationship with hurricane season. On the one hand, the possibility of getting out of school for a few days was thrilling! On the other hand, as a lifelong worry wart, I specifically remember being 8 years old and preparing to evacuate […]


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