“I could NEVER live in L.A. because.....traffic,” says the New Yorker beet red from anxiety stuck 30 minutes at a urine smelling station as the conductor explains unintelligibly over broken speakers that the J train is running backwards on A line to Canal Street before it grows wings and flies to Queens. #grassisgreener #subway #socal #detour
Sunday self care reminder. Be present in your own life and don’t compare yourselves to a filter. 😘 #beuniquelyyou
Photo by @lemon_laine
Got dressed up for a fun little Bosch soiree evening - training the Best Buy gang at our Showroom. All the products were live, both Chefs were on hand and the Steam Whistle beers were super cold!
On the ninth day of Christmas, consider donating money to a charity on someones behalf! This is a fantastic gift idea for the person that has everything (we all know at least one of them!), eliminates waste and provides much needed funds for developing countries, the homeless or the sick (depending on which charity you decided to donate to)
This is the representation of what I used to believe would happen when I got married. First, the kitchen. So scary! I grew up thinking it was okay for my mom to cook and my dad to watch TV. My mom set the table and my dad watched TV. My mom washed the dishes and my dad watched TV. How could I ever want to get married? I also wanted to watch TV. So, just because I’m a girl I’m supposed to do all this “boring” things?
I don’t know how many of you grew up like my mom or dad. Some believing that they are responsible for doing all the housework and others feeling comfortable with people doing everything for them. The reality is there is no right way. If we feel comfortable doing all of the housework while our partner watches TV, it is ok too, but the important thing is to be satisfied with the dynamic we choose.
My husband and I decided that we are a team and as a team we work together. We cook together, we clean together, he takes out the trash and cleans the bathroom and I wash the clothes, etc. We decided that was OUR way and how WE wanted to do it. Funny thing is it turns out that I love the house chores and I actually enjoy them. I love knowing that I take care of our space and I’m so happy to do it.
Living with my husband can be one of the most beautiful things that has happened to me. I will not lie and say that it is always easy but I can assure you that it can be amazing. Of course, it requires communication, humility and teamwork.
Where is the grass greener?