I always find myself surprise with Samuel Adams and it's seasonal beers. I tried the Hopflake White Ipa, piney and crisp, lemongrass ale.
I'll be updating all the beers I had been drinking and my favs. This is one ;)
domingo, 30 de octubre de 2016
miércoles, 26 de octubre de 2016
Every morning I open her door, while asked her to wake up I look all over her bedroom and I get sore eyes, honestly clothes all over the floor, books, papers, cell phone, the new tablet... some dishes and lemonade glasses from a week ago, underneath the bed is pretty much same story and if I check her walking closet I probably die. I close the door and walk away. There isn't a day I ask her to clean her room. I try telling some tips for her to be easier to pick up, but the deal here is just laziness!! No other words are behind this mess.
When I look back in time I remember my Mom telling me about messy rooms. She always said that if is organized it seems clean. No need to clean the windows, or the floor, desk, etc but if everything it is in place I'll save a lot of time. With that I'm telling you that me, myself wasn't super clean and organized however I didn't have that many things as my daughter has today.
Now that I'm a grown up woman I have to organize my home as best as I can. I'm not crazy cleaning, not me, not my husband and as you read not our girl, but I try to keep as organized as possible, so won't be so difficult and time consuming.
One of my rules are:
1- Make your bed (no matter what, you get already a 50% of the room clean just by that)
2- put your dirty clothes in the basket.
3- grab all the papers, magazines, books, piled up in one place.
4- all shoes you won't use, put it on the closet.
5- hide your pj's under the pillow
6- all your water glasses leave it in the kitchen sink
7- don't move until next room until you finish up this one.
And pretty much that's it, of course if you are in the kitchen some rules change. And so on for the bathroom but always remember the number 7 rule which will help you to not get lost.
Because if you move from one bedroom to another, you will find all your house a mess and more time consumed.
And I assure you if you try this everyday, it will turn as a routine in no matter of time.
So easy to say, so difficult for my daughter to get it done, but like I said it before, laziness is the word!
lunes, 24 de octubre de 2016
I remember when I was a teenager and I didn't receive any letter under my name, I was so jealous, but now is like another bill? A pay by toll ticket, or credit card company's sending so.many pre-qualified credit cards, honestly I receive like 5 of those every week. I actually hate it, the only thing I like is when I order from amazon, is like getting Santa Claus (even though is just me).
domingo, 23 de octubre de 2016
This weekend was my daughter's 12 birthday, and I can't believe it, how the years have flew. Also this weekend was my son's third month old, I'm having a second chance being a mother again. Everything is changing and I will like to post a blog everyday, not only what's happening in our lives but the journey of us to get here.
Since when I started was a single mom and I have notice the big changes and sacrifice we need to do in order to get a better life for our kids.
So here my first post, till tomorrow!
jueves, 22 de octubre de 2015
- -Work for MGM is fantastic-.
- Job govs
- or craigslist.org -but I don't recommend it, because there is too much scam- so be aware.
Another thing to keep in mind is to look people like you in Facebook, there is a lot of groups that just move or relocated and they like to get in touch to help each other, or maybe you want to sell some of the furniture you travelled with, there is a yard sale Facebook group, who is fantastic to save some bucks, and instead of putting on the garbage somebody else might be using it!
How many of you have the idea to go to another state but yet it's only and idea, you look for information on the net, you research, get into forums, bloggers, you tubers, but still don't find the right thing who make you take a decision.
Well I have been thinking to post some of my experience moving to other states, what you have to look, areas and prices, rent a house or apartment, utility bills and its deposits, car registrations, jobs and school if you have kids, if not, you can skip that part! Supermarkets where you can buy and places you can visit and get to know your city.
All that is important because you know how much money will you be spending the first 2 months. And my advise is that before moving, check for employment first and apply it, is important to have the job taken, or if not you'll lose time and money, but if you are going already with a job...thumbs up!!! That's great, you have already made the first most important point of the list!
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to leave comments, and I will get back to you!!!
lunes, 21 de septiembre de 2015
So long ago It happens something strange as well, it was like 60 miles from where I live now. I remember I went to Publix to get some cookies for my hubby and I'm with the cashier, he's ringing up my stuff, and this black male come out of nowhere and ask me how much are the cookies. I respond to him the price thinking that he may like and may want to buy cookies for himself, but no... he open his wallet and was pretending to pay me the cookies. Ehh...excuse me? I don't need noone to pay for my cookies! Hellouuu??? It freaked me out, so I didn;t ran to my car, but I walked as fast as I could. Once I was on my car, I looked over my back, and there he was. So, I started my car and drove, he kinda follow me and I was into going to the police station, but after giving some turns I lost him.
I spoke about this to my husband and he looks at me perplex but he thinks seriously that I make this up.
Like really?? It always happens something to me when he's no around, either way, I don't think he notices if someone says anything...it may be the english barrier... who knows!!!
Does anything like that happen to you before? something strange that you would like to share?