My Five Favorite Halloween Films

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October is the month where we not only get knee deep into autumn but we also enjoy getting the living daylights scared out of us. Which is why this time of year you will see horror movies hitting the theater. Currently, I think there is “It” (which I will never watch, again), and “UnFriended.”

As great as I am sure those are they do not hold a candle to the movies that I grew up with or learned to love through the years.

So get cozy on the couch, get some popcorn, some M&M’s, soda, or whatever you enjoy and get ready to be scared!

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4 Ways to Creating a Successful Blog

4 ways to creating a successful blog

Creating a blog is fun, and it is hard work. Sometimes you get in the middle of writing something and you feel it’s stupid or you wonder if anyone will read this. I often think “Who is going to care about my blog?”

So, if you are anything like me, you do research on how to create a successful blog.

You wanna know what I found? Well, keep reading.  Continue reading “4 Ways to Creating a Successful Blog”

Favorite Things about Autumn

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Every year as the weather gets cooler, or if you’re here in the Pacific Northwest it just gets cold. (Instantly, and I love it). There are not only obvious changes happening around you, there are also subtle changes. Yes, the trees change colors and it is beautiful. But also, pumpkin spice comes back to Starbucks and everything else from creamers to breakfast muffin mixes. The smell of cinnamon and cloves permeate the air around Michael’s and Joanna’s fabrics. It is such a warm and lovely scent that we find ourselves at our favorite stores buying candles that smell like a fresh baked pumpkin pie, something cinnamon or vanilla. Continue reading “Favorite Things about Autumn”

Moving in Stages

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As I enter a new chapter in my life, I am also faced with a particular challenge. As many of you already know, moving is a pain in the rear end. While you pack somethings, and try to forget why you bought them, you also start to go through what you should keep and what you shouldn’t keep.

I am moving halfway around the world so figuring out what I’m going to keep is a more of a chore and a necessity then I realized. The thing that motivates me to purge is the fact that I am going to pay by weight to move my stuff. Continue reading “Moving in Stages”