Time to Fill Up

Pumpkin spice lattes. Pumpkin bread. Candy corn. Kids in costumes fill their buckets with delicious candy (and sometimes apples, boxes of raisins, or coupons, unfortunately) as they panhandle door-to-door one night of the year. We stuff ourselves to bursting with turkey covered in gravy, mashed potatoes covered in gravy, and dressing covered in gravy. Okay,…

Dig In

Hi, my name is Tammy and I am a bookaholic. I love a good story. I immerse myself in the loves of my favorite fictional characters. When I convince someone to read one of my treasured books, I feel like I’m introducing them to a friend. I can’t wait until the person finishes the book…

A Walk in the Margin

My son Kaden, at 5 years old, said, “Mommy! I’ve been running around a lot and now my breath hurts!” I know just how he feels. So often I run through my days like a hamster running on a wheel. I rush through every item on my to-do list until I finish … or collapse…

2015 Challenge: De-clutter

I know some people don’t like resolutions. I get it–why set yourself up for failure, right? However, I like to use the beginning of each new year to develop a new positive habit. 2015 is no different. While on Pinterest, I found an article on Hometalk called “The One-A-Day/365 Day De-cluttering Experiment–Simplifying Life!” This article…

New Year’s Resolution

For years, I have made the same New Years Resolutions as most of the world: eat better and exercise (a.k.a lose weight). However, near the end of 2012, Scott and I were watching Jeopardy. Jeopardy is a show I watch when I want to feel stupid. I usually can only answer a few of the…