15 Fun Facts About Yours Truly


  1. I’m 30 years old; 31 next week.
  2. When watching a movie, I always talk through the entire thing. I just feel like all movies need good commentary.
  3. I enjoy reading and writing.
  4. I love all things supernatural/paranormal.
  5. I can not sleep if my feet are under the covers.
  6. I have three kids who all have the same father even though our oldest has a different mother. Go ahead, wrap your brains around that.
  7. I think tattoos incredibly are sexy. My husband has 20+.
  8. My favorite song is Two Steps Behind by Def Leppard.
  9. I love Harry Potter more than most anything else in my life. (Not kidding)
  10. The color green is my favorite color because it’s the color of money but I am also pretty partial to pink.
  11. Once upon a time, I wanted to be a photographer but then I realized I’m too lazy to actually go out and take pictures as a job instead of just when I feel inspired.
  12. I love Britney Spears -Mickey Mouse club, pop star, shaved head meltdown, and Vegas performing Britney.
  13. I don’t believe in fairy tale happily ever afters. The world doesn’t hand us our happiness on a silver platter. We have to go out and get it ourselves.
  14. I think bacon and Nutella are overrated.
  15. I think I am completely underrated and more people should realize exactly how awesome I am!

Remembering the I in Happiness

Too often we put the needs and wants of the rest of the world before our own. We bend and stretch ourselves until we are pulled so thin that we’re nearly invisible. We agree to so many things we don’t want to do and it adds onto the already overflowing pile of stress in our everyday lives.  The more tasks and stress we put on ourselves, the more anger, resentment, and just all around bad attitudes we are going to have. We spend so much time saying “yes” to the world and “no” to ourselves. It’s time we stop! Continue reading “Remembering the I in Happiness”


Confidence is More Than a Piece of Fabric

A feeling of self-assurance arising from one’s appreciation of one’s abilities or qualities.

Last month, I went shopping with my little sister because she has an eye for fashion. She is always dressed well and pulled together while you’re more likely to find me in a comfy pair of blue jeans and a t-shirt with a smart-ass remark sprawled across the front. Continue reading “Confidence is More Than a Piece of Fabric”


Obnoxiously Confident

I could write an introduction. I could explain that I’m a wife, a mother, and I have a job and interests but that will never truly tell you who I am. Those are things you will learn about me along the way. They are things that come as relationships and trust are built. So I want to start with who I truly am. I want to start with something that allows you to know me on a deeper level and says take me or leave me. Continue reading “Obnoxiously Confident”