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Thankful, so thankful

A surprise weekend post! Wahh?? :)) Well- mainly because I missed posting on Thursday, so I am making up for it today.

I’m continuing my “things I am thankful for” list. I am at 81… just dawned on me, I am almost at 100, which would mean 10 weeks I have been doing these posts.

Do you guys like them? Should I stick with Thankful Thursdays or is it time for change? I go back and forth… :)) So your feedback is important!

You guys are great, just so ya know. I appreciate every single comment I get. I check my email to see if I have any “comment” messages, and when I do, I do a little *happy dance* inside. <33


81- My mom. Living far away from your  mom makes you realize how much you depend on her. Like, for all kinds of things. Shopping trips, planning parties together, yummy food that I didn’t have to cook, decorating ideas… just everything. I am SO glad they moved back to Houston!

82- I finished finals!!!!

83- 3 weeks of Summer! I know… its not a lot. But I am so thankful I get 3!

84- Motivating Friends.

85-  HEB fresh orange juice. *yumm!*

86- My readers. I am still shocked I have readers that I have never met in person. :)) You guys rock. Seriously.

87- For the goals I have set for my next three weeks. I want to get a lot done,  and I am glad I feel motivated!

88- For Insurance. I have been shopping around for new insurance, but seriously, I am so thankful for it. Can you imagine if something happened to your home or car and you didn’t have insurance? *shudder*

89- Pilates. I have just discovered it, and I really like it! I’m not good at it, but I’ll get better!

90- Learning how to French braid! I finally “kinda” learned how. :)) I have a cute braid in my hair. I like it.


What are you thankful for this weekend?

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  1. I am thankful this weekend for a beautiful talented daughter who is happy that her Mom moved back close to her! :)

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In my day-job, I teach amazing individuals how to make money with their blog and social media! I started blogging back in 2010 as a hobby, and it turned into my dream job—helping women make their own money on their own terms. Blogging became a job that I love—now, I’m back to use this online journal as a fun place to document my life so I can look back 20 years from now and remember all the magical things. 

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