7 Must Have’s When Starting a Walk/Run Program

7 Must Have’s When Starting a Walk/Run Program

Last weekend I completed my very first ever Avon39, that’s me in the picture coming across the finish line.  I spent a great deal of time preparing for it both physically and financially.  With any new en-devour, there’s always going to be something you’re going to spend money on.  You’re probably wondering , what did she spend money on? Wellllll I bought a lot of stuff over the past 5 months!  LOL!  Too much stuff!  Some of it proved to be quite useful and a lot of it wound up in the garage sale pile. It’s important to note that this post contains affiliate links. That means I may receive a small commission (at no cost to you) if  you subscribe or purchase something through the links provided. You will never see me post a link to product or service that I don’t use myself or truly love! 
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Cheap Tips & Tricks to Organize Your Closet

Cheap Tips & Tricks to Organize Your Closet

I finally decided after 2 years of having a love/hate relationship with my closet, it was time to finally take charge.  So with the help of IKEA along with a healthy dose of deep breaths and the reward of a bottle of wine at the end, I set out to win the battle.

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Surviving “Motherhood” in the Work Force

Surviving “Motherhood” in the Work Force

I read a very interesting article today titled “Female company president: I’m sorry to all the mothers I worked with” written by .  In the article, Katharine talks about how she was a bit unfair to mothers who have worked for her.

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Laundry Room Makeover on a Budget

Laundry Room Makeover on a Budget

I’ve had this on going love hate relationship with my laundry room.  Its a small space with no storage and was constantly disorganized.  I finally decided that I wanted to LOVE my laundry room but I didn’t want to spend a lot of money to do it.  After doing lots of searches for idea on Pinterest, I finally came up with my own.  It helped that I did my shopping on Black Friday but I basically updated my laundry room for under $250.  Here’s what I did:

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