This Old House

We are *almost* done with our mini renovation! And it was a great decision.  We now have an entertaining area, more space, and more light! The wall between the living room and dining room is gone.  We have to stain the wood put down where the wall was and complete the trim.  We painted everything … More This Old House

Renting Doesn’t Always Mean “Wasting Money”

It’s a common idea, if you rent, you’re throwing away money.  You don’t have equity. You’re making someone else’s home payment for them.  It goes on. And while this may be true for some people (most of us could be better about managing our finances), it isn’t true for everyone.  Shocking, I know, hearing this … More Renting Doesn’t Always Mean “Wasting Money”

The Forgotten

I’ve been meaning to write this for some time.  It’s heavy, bare with me.  I recently met the ladies who run  San Mar Treatment Foster Care in Boonsboro at Brunswick’s First Friday’s event.  As many of you know, the idea of adoption has been weighing on my heart for some time, but right now is … More The Forgotten

Money – A Barrier Not Freedom

Millennials, this is for you.  Just starting college?  Finishing college?  Started your brand new career?  Can’t find a position in your field so you’re still bar tending?  But, not just millennials, EVERYONE.  Money has become a barrier.  It holds us down, keeps us back.  With our estimated national debt being at 19.3 TRILLION freaking dollars, no … More Money – A Barrier Not Freedom