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Don’t you love that feeling after an intense spring cleaning session? Everything feels new. You feel free. It’s good to purge every now and then, and I’m not just talking …
“Balance is not something you find, it’s something you create.” – Jana Kingsford
Whether it’s moving out of your parent’s house to your own apartment or living with friends, the initial thought of living on your own can be a little exciting and scary. Here are a few helpful tips to really help you prepare for moving out on your own.
Those of you who have been riding with me since day one has seen the struggles and (hopefully) the improvements.
As a young adult, living on my own for the first time, preparing for Hurricane Irma was a challenge. But, preparing for the storm also taught valuable lessons for the future.
After graduating from the University of Tampa in December 2014, I was feeling like most college graduates: lost and confused.
First, a new Twitter account. Then, a new Instagram account popped up. Followed by the mysterious link on all my social media accounts.