First-time moms see their lives change in both gigantic and tiny ways. Obviously, you’re now responsible for another little human being and are navigating a new feeding and sleep routine (note: the word “routine” is used loosely since it implies regularity, which doesn’t exist with newborns). Your family has expanded, and along with it, your heart. via GIPHY But there are also little changes … [Read more...] about How to Keep Your Friends Close as a First-Time Millennial Mom
Summer has always been my very favorite season. In summer, the weather’s nice and warm; you can break out those cute sundresses again... And best of all, there’s no school. But once we enter the so-called “real world,” summer vacation becomes a thing of the past. Instead of sleeping until noon and lounging by the pool all day, we now have to spend those glorious months of summer in an office … [Read more...] about I Lost Summer Vacation, When Can I Have Fun?
Bridesmaid, don't fret. You didn't catch the bouquet for a reason. So you watched 27 Dresses and related to Katherine Heigl's character who was going through an 'I'm forever a bridesmaid' dilemma? Well even though the film examines the cons of being a frequent bridesmaid, and you may have sympathized with the main character, is not being married really that big of a deal? Honestly, just as … [Read more...] about Forever the Bridesmaid, Never the Bride (and Loving It!)
Say what you want about millennials delaying adulthood, but it turns out they may be smarter about money than most people give them credit for. In fact, a new survey from Fidelity suggests that millennials are outpacing other generations in saving for something very important – retirement.According to the data, millennials have increased their savings rate to 7.5% in 2014. This is a 2% increase … [Read more...] about Millennial Retirement and Why People Don’t Get Our Habits