June 2019 : I have more plans

Good evening! I’m already breaking one of my June rules/not meeting a goal, by writing this post well after 8:30pm but I tried to sit down and get this list done over the weekend and I kept getting de-railed by other responsibilities. I’m making it my priority now, because this goal planning business is a […]

My April Follow-Up

Howdy Gents & Ladies, If you’ve been here for awhile (since April 1st, 2019) then you may have seen my blog post entitled April 2019: I have plans and in that you saw 10 goals that I had set for myself for the month of April… By mid-April I had either given up or procrastinated those […]

I Took a Barre Class : Storytime

I wrote this post over a year ago, in 2018, but I never published it because I thought that maybe it was too negative. But this was my experience in a barre class and if you’ve had an experience like this one, you’re not alone: “The classes blend cardio, strength training, flexibility, balance and core conditioning in […]

Fabletics: Youtube Made Me Buy It

I love Youtube. I can learn about virtually anything. I can look up a brand and find a dozen reviews from real people who actually used the product. I can follow certain personalities and get to know them in a personal sort of way without actually knowing them. There are a few Youtubers that I’ve […]

How I Decided To Quit My Job

Howdy y’all! I’m actually fairly surprised that I haven’t written about this before. But then I remember where I was mentally a year ago and I know why I didn’t write about this. This being, quitting my very stable, rather successful, safe and full time job. I tried to find a photo from that time […]

April 2019 : I Have Plans

Hi. My name’s November and I’m here to overhaul this blog. Today is April 1, 2019. It’s also Monday. Do you know how much of a cosmic reset that can be? Well, it really doesn’t mean anything but I’m making it mean something, for me. Mondays are reset days for me, no matter how bad […]

Tag : WWWIA

“We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” -George Bernard Shaw (Or Ben Franklin) Tag is a childhood game that I don’t exactly relate with, I can’t remember ever playing tag with my cousins or my siblings, or even with the neighborhood group of kids. We played other […]