If you are an OG around here, you know July is love month on the blog. It’s love month for many reasons but the main one is it’s the month I tied the knot. I share everything related to love, marriage, wedding planning, etc. during this time. And even though July is a few months away, I am still going to share a wedding-related blog post because I recently had a lovely bride-to-be ask for advice on planning for a destination wedding. And I figured, why not share my response with you as well…
AHHHH!!! FINALLY!!!! I can share what we have been up to for the past few weeks…we are officially HOMEOWNERS! Jose and I finally took the plunge and purchased our first townhome!!! We are over the moon excited, happy, joyful, thankful, and grateful, for this new chapter in our lives. It has been…
I knew Jose was the one from the moment he shared his dreams with me. I had never met anyone with bigger-than-life dreams before him. Throughout my life, I’ve only met a handful of people with the type of dreams we have for our future. This always played a huge part in my dating life. I wanted to know what the other person was envisioning for themselves.
In previous relationships, I found myself doing the most to prepare for my future. It was only a matter of time before realizing I was dating the wrong people. For whatever reason, I wanted more for them than what they wanted for themselves. I found myself trying to mold them into someone they were not. It was a huge issue and I was stubborn about the whole thing. I thought I knew what I was doing and was certain I had all the answers. Boy, oh boy, was I wrong. Slowly but surely, the truth would reveal itself and these bad relationships came to an end. Whew – so happy they did because I ended up marrying the man of my prayers.
Praise The Lord, hallelujah!
Happy hump day!
Hope you are having a great day! I know I have been a little out of touch lately because I decided to (partially) unplug from social media during our anniversary trip…and then a few days after it ended.
It was sooo nice but happy to be back!
This blog post is under “married life”, but honestly, this applies to every person with a savings account. I know money (or finances) isn’t the most exciting thing to talk about for most people but it is super important. This is a topic I’ve been excited to share because we have truly enjoyed the benefits of it!
Woah, woah, woah! So that happened fast! You’re a grown up, now what?!? Single, engaged, married, etc., it doesn’t matter where you are in life, this blog post applies to every human who works to live – see what I did there (hehe)?
You can bet this past year was one for the books. I had no idea what to expect during my first year as a married woman. We had many ups and downs – more ups than downs, thank GOD. Where shall I begin? I guess a brief list of the highs sounds right, huh? We moved to the city, paid off our wedding, got new jobs, traveled to new places, explored the city, and enjoyed other things as a married couple! Along with the highs, we embraced the lows, such as: loss of a job, car accidents/incidents, health issues, and managing a budget.
This post is way overdue and I apologize in advance for that. As many of you know, I got married last July (our ONE year anni is around the corner – eek)! I am not kidding when I say that as soon as I got back from our honeymoon, I changed my last name. Seriously, the very next day. I dropped mine completely (bye-bye triple S initials) and took on his. Hello, SSH.
I remember feeling a bit overwhelmed after researching the steps on how to change a name on a driver’s license, social security card, and passport. You can bet the honeymoon high was over real quick, LOL! I was tempted to pay HitchSwitch (or another service company) to do the legwork, but in the end, it was actually not that bad!
Welcome to my new site! Life has changed so much since the last time I blogged. I cannot believe it was almost a year ago since my last post. I decided to start over with new content, new site, and new name (from Miss to Mrs) because I could not figure out how to switch hosts. Long story short…I ditched Wix.