It’s Saturday morning and I woke up today not wanting to think or worry about money anymore…like EVER. I want to just have a day of finance free thinking. That should be easy enough it seems but my error is that I want to then turn it into a spending frenzy kind of day! I truly have an urge to go shop and I do not need a thing. I could certainly create some need but it would be a total creation. So, instead of surfing some shopping websites on the internet…I’m writing on the blog.
Insert pleasant hold music here.
I want to write a whole bunch of words that encourage me to be strong and sit still and not cave…but they aren’t coming to me. Instead the words that are screaming in my head are all about those great outlet stores in between San Antonio and Austin. Then my brain says if I am that far north I might as well hit IKEA. I need to visit the parents in New Braunfels and I should take them some of this food I just got but I want to stop and get them something random too!
So welcome to my brain this morning…I wonder which part of it will win. The smart gal who has kicked debt’s a** over the last year…or the brat who just wants a fix.
I’ll report back…
I'm single with two children and a good parenting relationship with their father.
I am a "life is just half full of funny" kinda gal.Humor is my saving grace and I am thankful for it every single day.I have a strong Catholic faith and am thankful for that foundation.
I read a lot for a living but still enjoy a good book.I love biographies but in recent years have found the need for fun fictional books--sadly, for a long time I just didn't enjoy fiction!
I love live theatre of any kind--from local productions to Broadway.
I love to scrapbook and pride myself in my kids' albums.
I love being a mom but also love my career.I'm blessed to have found a balance allowing me to be at everything my kids need and want me to be at--while also having a career.
Favorite Quotes:Well behaved women rarely make history.
Behold the turtle.He makes progress only when he sticks his neck out. -James Bryant Conant