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Projects I Have Done in Quarantine

Projects I Have Done in Quarantine

After a much-needed break, I am back with a fun post (well, at least in my opinion): a list of projects that I have done while in quarantine! While I recently wrote a similar post that gave an honest, high-level, realistic account of what quarantine…

How to Digitally Organize Years of Photos

How to Digitally Organize Years of Photos

Up until recently, I was one of those people that had thousands of unorganized photos on my phone’s camera roll. It was only when I almost lost 4,000 of my precious iPhone photos (you can read more about that horrible situation here), that I decided…

Memory Keeping | Memory Boxes

Memory Keeping | Memory Boxes

If you couldn’t already tell, memory keeping is a huge hobby and passion of mine. In addition to chronicling photos, journaling daily, and creating annual photo books, another way that I preserve my memories is by keeping memory boxes. What is a memory box, you…

My Favorite iPhone & Apple Watch Health Apps

My Favorite iPhone & Apple Watch Health Apps

For the last year or so, I have been actively doing my best to stay on top of my mental and physical health. It’s not that I wasn’t trying to stay on top of things before then, but one of my goals this year has…

Long Distance Relationship Diary: Reflecting

Long Distance Relationship Diary: Reflecting

While organizing all my photos and making photo books during quarantine, I have come across countless pictures from when my husband and I were long distance. (For those who don’t know, my husband and I were long distance at the very beginning of our relationship…

My Journey to Being Caffeine-Free

My Journey to Being Caffeine-Free

I think my coffee addiction started in college, maybe even high school. To be honest, I don’t remember the exact moment it started, I just remember it always being there. As you can imagine, working full time while getting my MBA only made the addiction…

A Very Real List of Things I’ve Done in Quarantine

A Very Real List of Things I’ve Done in Quarantine

My husband and I are now officially in week 8 of quarantine (I know, most people are probably in week 6 or 7, but his work went remote early and I work from home, so once he started working remotely I decided to start self-isolating…

Memory Keeping & Day One

Memory Keeping & Day One

I have been documenting my memories and keeping journals since I was little. I used to start every family vacation and sleep-away camp with a blank notebook, and would return home with a journal bursting with notes, memories, tickets, brochures, and small trinkets pasted to…

Things That Are Getting Me Through Quarantine

Things That Are Getting Me Through Quarantine

The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly changed everyone’s lives over the last couple of months and many are still figuring out how to cope with those changes. Personally, I have found that quarantine has not only given me a “new normal” to get used to, but…

My Digital Planning System

My Digital Planning System

I wish I were a paper-and-pen kind of planner. Truth be told, pre-iPhone, I actually was a paper-and-pen planner. There is something about writing in a physical planner, personalizing it, and color-coding it with pens and highlighters that makes me happy. Every year when new,…

Travel Outtakes: Hawaii & St. John

Travel Outtakes: Hawaii & St. John

To conclude this segment of my “travel outtakes” series (click here to see the previous posts in the series), I went with a tropical theme for anyone who has recently caught themselves daydreaming of island life (me!). Today, I will be sharing pictures that did…

Travel Outtakes: South Africa

Travel Outtakes: South Africa

For this round of travel outtakes (click here for the first round), I wanted to share photos that did not make the cut for the original blog post I wrote about our honeymoon in South Africa. Just as I did in my previous post, I…

Travel Outtakes: Greece

Travel Outtakes: Greece

During our COVID-19 quarantine, I have been looking through old travel photos in an attempt to distract myself and reminisce about happy times. I have found that looking through old photos has helped me a lot, so I wanted to share some travel outtakes for…

An App to Help You Stay Calm in Stressful Times | Calm

An App to Help You Stay Calm in Stressful Times | Calm

In today’s fast-paced world, it is common for people to feel anxious and overwhelmed. These feelings have only been exacerbated by the fears and worries surrounding COVID-19 and how it has been impacting everyone’s life. One of the things that helps me alleviate anxiety and…