3 Delicious Potato Recipes From Around The World

I can’t think of a more versatile ingredient than the humble potato. You can buy a bag of potatoes to keep in your kitchen for a week or two, and there are endless possibilities to turn them into delicious recipes. Keeping that in mind, we’re going to explore three brilliant potato recipes from around the …

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4 Easy One-Pot Dinner Recipes

I love being able to cook my own meals, which allows us to try to make so many different things and taste some amazing flavors from around the world. The only problem is that it can sometimes be very time-consuming. When you’re looking for a delicious meal that doesn’t take up too much time, it …

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iSpy #74

Window View – Quarterly Happy This is after Bigs got to run in his new backyard and was just so happy! Near By The food at the party was near by. Loud This one was difficult and just as I was walking around thinking about what was loud…She barked, so there ya go! Your Choice …

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Big News!!

I’ve hinted around that my older son, Drew, has been doing some major ‘adulting’ lately. He bought a house! So exciting! He finally got the keys the Sunday before Memorial Day. We decided that since family would in town for Alex’s graduation that this would be great timing to go ahead and throw a housewarming …

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Graduation Week 2022

I have so much to catch up on. May was a whirlwind especially the last 2 weeks. Today I’m recapping the fun week with Alex and his graduation activities. Senior Recognition The Sunday before graduation our church held their annual Senior Recognition. Back when Drew did it they did it during one of our church …

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4 Tips for Making Your Hobby into a Career

There are so many different ways to pursue happiness. And while some people choose to dive headfirst into their passions and turn them into a career, others decide to keep it as a side hobby and something they enjoy in their free time. So what are you going to do? Will you continue with your …

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iSpy #73

backyard -quarterly – haven’t had a chance to take this pic…ill add soon together Glad to see these 3 together for Senior Sunday. starts with O O is for Orange! This one was hard. evening Evening at a baseball game Choose Anything (same vantage point) monthly – too busy to get by there. I made …

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iSpy #72

hidden Some of the letters are ‘hidden’ behind the gutter drain on good old Parker Hall. brick I love the perfection of the brick on campus particularly on Samford Lawn. mixed up We were in Newnan, GA for a wedding this past weekend. Outside the chapel next to the church where the wedding was was …

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Here’s How To Balance Travel And Work

We’re all looking to make up for lost traveling time. The term digital nomad seems more appealing than ever with the idea of working remotely from a beach somewhere a life goal for many aspiring jetsetters. Yet the constraints of work can often cut back on the hours we plan to travel. If you have …

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How to Prepare for a Long Distance Move

Are you getting ready for a long-distance move? The more you’re prepared, the smoother the move will go. If you’re not exactly sure what to do to prepare for this type of move, there are a few things you can do to make the process a lot easier. Here’s what you need to consider. Stock …

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How To Overcome The Fear Of Traveling Alone

Many individuals dream about leaving their comfort zone to see new places, but the fear of doing that all alone is what holds them back. Fear of traveling solo is real, especially among women. However, with a few simple tips, you can overcome your worst fears of traveling alone. Have a plan One way to …

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6 Tips for Moving to a New Country

For many people, the decision to move to a new country is a exciting. It can be a chance to start over and make a new life for yourself in a place that is entirely different from your home country. However, it can also be complex and challenging, especially if you are not familiar with …

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How to Feel Closer To Your Family

Everyone is expected to be close to their family, but not everybody has that benefit. Whether it’s contrasting personalities or simply being able to connect on a mutual level, some may feel they aren’t as close as they should be. However, it does not need to be like this forever. If you want to find …

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Vacation Ideas for the Summer

Summer is right around the corner and it’s time to think about where to unwind for a week; now that the world has opened its doors again, the possibilities are endless. If you’re in need of some different vacation ideas this summer, you’re in the right place; below are four ideas to get you thinking …

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iSpy #71

Spot in Town – Quarterly Starts with M M is for Magnolia. The Magnolia Tree is found between the sidewalk and the parking deck near my building at work. I had been walking on the other side on the sidewalk and noticed some Magnolia blooms and decided on my way back I just had to …

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Carnival Horizon 2022 – La Romana

Here’s probably my favorite day off the Carnival Horizon. The day we were in La Romana, Dominican Republic we got there around a 11, so we had time in the morning to go to ‘sit down’ breakfast. It was nice to not have to get up super early and just be able to go a …

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Make Grilling More Fun with These Ideas

When it starts to get hotter outside, you start to think about getting out your grill. You want to grill while you can, especially if it might get a bit too hot or if it might soon be too cold again. Whether you’re having a little grilling session just for yourself or your family or …

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Monthly Digest – April 2022

Traveling at the end of the month really messes me up when it comes to blogging! Here we are for another Monthly Digest! LIFE Happenings Why is that at the end of every month I can’t remember all that went on!?!?! That’s the exact reason I write these posts. Haha! -Saw Toto & Journey in …

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iSpy #70

Plant – quarterly Inside Out This was a hard one. Kayleigh is both inside and out. Split This weed split into a Y shape. **shrugs** at this difficult prompt. LOL Green Close up of a snake plant Your Choice We picked up 2 full wheel-borrows of pinecones and sticks before Rob mowed the yard today! …

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Watching & Listening – April 2022

In April, we kind of just held steady with all the same shows. We are trying to catch up on our DVR from being gone 2+ weeks in March and April. Here is my previous posts to show what we’re catching up on… January 2022 – February 2022 – March 2022 I have started watching …

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