Happy Shiny People

When I was a little girl my family went on a trip to Disney World in Orlando, Florida. We were there for about 7 days, and during those 7 days I got the stomach flu (basically the worst possible time to be sick as a child). It was also the very first time I had an anxiety attack on a bus a few days later. Since that day I avoided public places at all costs and surprisingly without much effort,[Read more]

Simple and Inexpensive Home Cactuses

As a continuation on my last post about getting back into an old hobby, I thought I would share just how easy it is to make add a little cactus love in your house. All you need are these simple things: A cactus of some sort. Can be a small one or big one! Completely up to you! Just remember the bigger the size the bigger the pot! A pot, or planter. Again this is completely up to you. Personally,[Read more]

Getting back into an old hobby

I got into terrarium making when I was in my last year of high school. I had always loved the Tumblr and Pinterest post about them and wanted to have a million around the house. I looked at them and thought “I can do that”, and thus in my senior year I bought the book Tiny World Terrariums and began to teach myself how to make them. If you’re looking for a great book to get you started I would[Read more]

5 reasons you should let your kids ride horses

Often at work I’ll get parents contemplating putting their kids in riding lessons, and every time I tell them it is the best thing they could possibly do as parents. The skills that horse riding teaches goes far beyond just riding a horse, in fact it’s played a huge role in where I am in life. Here’s my list of 5 things riding teaches kids (and adults): 1.How to take criticism Whether you’re riding with an instructor, at a show, for fun, or with[Read more]