Focus on today. If you win today, you win everyday.
Trust me, I am well aware of how lucky I am. I live in a nice house with a loving, dedicated and supportive husband. I have a job that I love. I enjoy the foods I eat, and I have food to eat. But it’s so easy to get caught up in the routine, the
Moving to a new country all by yourself is kinda tough. You don’t have any friends so you rely on your (new) husband to connect you with his friends’ wives. Which is fine, and you meet a lot of people like that, but honestly not everyone you meet will be bestie material. I went through
When life gives you lemons, kick it in the nuts and go get yourself a steak.
I love my job. I really do. I have incredible coworkers and an amazing boss who actually cares about his employees and their happiness. But there are some things I don’t love about it. For example: It forces me to live a mostly sedentary live Don’t get me wrong, I’m not tied to a chair
I follow a somewhat unusual way of eating. It’s somewhere between a couple of different “diets” so it doesn’t quite have an official name, I guess. But I’m not the only one who does it, so it does have nicknames. The most popular one is #ketovore. So what the heck is #ketovore, and how did
You think you know where I’m going with this. You’re wrong. The other day, a page I follow on Facebook posted an article that I thought would be worth clicking – you know, so I could read the actual content. A couple of other people had already liked the post and commented on it –
Someone on my Facebook feed posted that “it sucks to be a side chick on holidays” and it sparked this huge rant in my head. There are so many things that I don’t like about this post. The passive aggressiveness, the publicity of it (what the hell happened to privacy?), and most importantly the fact
Here’s something you might not know about me: I’m a frond end web developer. And, as such, sometimes I need to work on code that someone else created. In today’s edition of “things that make me want to punch people in the throat”: Poorly formatted code. Seriously, how can you even find anything? Don’t you