New Year, New Resolutions

It’s the last day of 2014.  Let’s let that sink in for a moment.

And now just one more moment…

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again, and I’m about to say it right now…but I do not know where this year has gone!  It has flown by so fast.  As I reflect it really makes me think about how precious our time is and how we use it.  This is something I took into consideration while I was coming up with my 2015 Resolution.

When it comes to New Year’s Resolutions I’ve only started being serious about them in the past few years.  I’ve given up soda for an entire year, ran in multiple half marathons, along with a variety of other goals and plans.  I know that some say, “you shouldn’t wait until Jan. 1 to change your life”, and I party agree with them {heck, I’ve even said it before}.  However, I also don’t think that it’s a “poor” excuse of a time to start something in your life either.  We’ve all got our proverbial “clean slate” starting tomorrow, and to me that’s pretty exciting.  I know, I’m full of contradictions.

I went back to my first post ever written about New Year Res’s when I was still writing for the Marshall Rec Blog, I basically admitted to the same thing.  Now that I have had time to reflect, I still stand behind what I say.  When you’re focusing your resolutions on the improvement of yourself and those around you, I believe you have a better chance at succeeding.  Side note:  When I say “the improvement of yourself”, I don’t mean you look at the scale after Christmas dinner with cartoon-like eyes and say “OMG I need to lose 10 pounds”.  I am more referring to a personal goal.  Of course, I always support losing weight {if it’s needed} and living a healthy lifestyle, but if you’re losing weight because it’s January 1st, rather than because you yourself have a burning desire to lose it with a mapped out plan, there’s a greater chance to fall off of the wagon.  That’s why my half-marathon resolutions worked for me.  They were goals, were I had a strict plan to succeed, rather than, “I going to keep running until I can run 13.1 miles”.

This year, I only have one resolution, and it’s not fitness related at all.  This year’s resolution is….

I’ve decided this for two reasons.  Growing up, I was always volunteering- with teams, my family, my youth group, and I loved it.  As I got older, I got busier, went to college, and it somehow just fell to the wayside {horrible excuse I know, but it’s true…and probably true for others as well}.  I’ve been sucked into my day to day routine to the point where I feel like I’m not really contributing to much anymore, and I know there are plenty of things around my community that need volunteers.  I want to help in any way that I can.  I’ve also decided to do this because I love Charlotte, {and also, kind of stuck in my routine/places I go, etc}.  I’m one of those people that if I’m in a place, I want to know everything about it, I’m curious like that.  I feel like this will be a great opportunity to learn even more about my community.  I will also get to meet a wide variety of people {another thing I love}.

I registered with a local volunteering organization, Hands On Charlotte, and I have my orientation on the 10th.  After that, I can volunteer my heart out!  To make sure that I keep my resolution, I’ve decided to give myself one, unbreakable rule.  No matter what happens, I need to volunteer at least once a month.  I understand how quickly time can get away from us, and some months might be busier than others.  Regardless, volunteer once a month.  Of course I can participate multiple times in a month if I have the time, but I think that’s a good rule of thumb.

Also need to give my brother, Ryan, a shoutout…he’s the one that introduced me to this website.  He’s actually already a volunteer for them {such a good kid}.  Anyone is more than welcome to steal my idea in their own community, the more volunteer’s the merrier!

Now let’s go make the last day of 2014 a great one.  Very exciting things are on the horizon, and I can’t wait to continue this crazy journey called life!

Have a safe and happy NYE, everyone!  What are your resolutions?

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Welcome Back, Welcome Back, Welcome Back

Now I have the “Welcome Back, Kotter” theme song stuck in my head.  Never even watched the show, just know the song.  You’ll recognize it too if you have a listen {and hopefully it doesn’t get stuck in your head…if it does, sorry?…}. Anyway…

Welcome back!  I hope everyone had a happy, festive, and full holiday season!  I know I did.  While I had an extremely busy few days, it was full of adventure, laughter, and being with the ones I love {more to elaborate on later}…also taking time to remember the reason for the season.  Unfortunately, Jimmy was unable to make it all the way home to NY for the holidays with his family, so fortunately for the Lavery’s, he came home with me. 🙂  He was a great addition to our normal quad-some ways, and my entire family agreed this was one of the best Christmas’s to date.

Lavery Christmas tree this year

The holiday season always makes me feel so…full…I don’t know if that makes sense.  Everything is so bright, cheery, and warm {figuratively, not literally}.  Now I just feel kind of like there’s a hole in my soul as we’re starting to get back into the day to day.  Anyone else feeling this way?

After spending the morning opening stockings and gifts, {while listening to The Edge of Christmas soundtrack}, and enjoying the traditional Monkey Bread and my mom’s Christmas Breakfast Casserole, we decided to go on our {traditional} Christmas hike.  Are we noticing a theme here?

I guess I should also take this time to mention that I got a camera for Christmas!  A Canon Rebel EOS SL1, to be exact.  While I love all of my presents equally, I had a little heads up from Santa on this one {cough..Black Friday..cough}.  It got to the point where I didn’t even want to post blogs because I new of the image greatness that was to come, and my iPhone 4s was KILLING me {RIP you little white box, I also upgraded to a 5s the other day, so this blog’s picture quality is about to blow your mind}.  I decided to take my camera on the hike with us so I could get comfortable using the thing.

Located in North Durham

The Pump Station Trail got it’s name from the old Durham Pump Station ruins that lie by the river.  The structure transported water to all of North Durham from the late 1800’s to the earlier 1900’s.  I’ve been going to the trail since at least middle school, maybe earlier.  It’s not much these days, but it’s still pretty neat to stop by and explore.

And all I’m doing here is playing with the different focus’s {foci?}

Just a few shots around the trail…

My two favorite Charlotte dudes, who absolutely love taking pictures.  Brother on the left, boyfriend on the right {from your perspective}.

And then a quick little fam pic, Jimmy even got Alba to look at the camera!

When we got back, I couldn’t help but keep playing with my camera until it was time to eat.  There are so many different settings, I found every excuse to click, click, flash.

Vintage Marshall ornament {legit vintage, I’ve always remembered this on the tree}

My sweet, sweet dog Alba.  But don’t let this glamour shot fool you…

this is what she’s really like–

Some pre-Christmas dinner snacking…

And then my mom’s famous Christmas dinner- marinated flank steak, cheese potatoes, seasoned green beans {SO good}

We finished out the night playing a little {family} friendly game of Cards Against Humanity, one of my gifts to Ryan this year, followed by an outdoor movie.  We also used Ryan’s new projector {boy had a good Christmas}, while we stayed warm next to our fire pit.

Don’t forget the holiday lover’s photo by the tree.

Although it flew by, we all truly had a great Christmas, and I am so thankful that we were able to spend it together.  I know this is a little late, but I wanted to throw a last minute Christmas post in here before we got started on the new year.

How was everyone’s Christmas/Holiday Break??

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The Christmas Tree Workout

Merry Christmas Eve, everyone!  Without a doubt this is my favorite time of year, but right before the magic of Christmas Day, there’s a whole bunch of hustle and bustle.  So I thought I’d stop in and drop off a quick little in-house workout.  With most everyone traveling and running those last minute errands, workout time might seem hard to squeeze in {and a gym is probably not as accessible as if you were home}.  As long as you have a little floor space, knock this out right as you wake up or before you hop in the shower.  Of course, if you’re visiting friends and family, I always love a good neighborhood run, especially when you’ve got some new scenery.

This is basically a pyramid workout, I was just taking advantage of the fact that I could use the Holiday-themed graphics on Picmonkey.

Take the workout you see in the center of the tree and complete each round the amount of times that correspond on the tree from left to right.  So, start out with 5 jumping jacks, pushups, burpees, etc, then move on to 10, then 15, then follow your way back down the tree.

Easy peasy, Christmas Tree Workout it is!

Now time to pack in a flash and clean the apartment before the Christmas festivities begin.  I hope everyone has a very Merry Christmas, surrounded by those you love.  Remember the real reason for the season!  See ya Friday!

Merry Christmas Eve, all!  In what ways do you workout when you’re traveling?

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Rain Delay

At no one’s fault but my own, the weather derailed my workout plan last night {okay, okay…I didn’t check it before mapping out my plan of attack..rookie mistake}.  In addition to regularly visiting the gym, I’ve also been pretty great about distance running 3-4 times a week.  A problem I’ve been struggling with the past few months.  Last night it poured the rain and to be honest, running five miles on the treadmill was the last thing I wanted to do, so I rearranged my schedule and spent some time indoors with the Tone It Up girls.


Love these babes.

Like I said, I have been running a lot again lately and although I know that how you recover is just as important as how you workout…I’m not a big “stretcher” {yikes!…hence why I had to purchase a Foam Roller and MELT Balls}.  I decided to take last night to do some circuits and focus on stretching/taking a “personal” workout day.

Here are the TIU videos that I covered:

Kettletoning {personal fav}

HIIT Training {this is a great one to wake up 15 minutes earlier for before you hop in the shower!}

Bikini Abs {the reason why I’m sore this morning}

And then wrap it up with the Foam Roller Routine

Once I was done I made dinner for Jimmy and myself– sauteed brussels sprouts and lemon pesto chicken. Very simple, very tasty, and a very nice way to make sure I’m cleaning out the fridge before Christmas break {we’re down to the basics here, people}.

Bluuugghhhh, I hate the awesomely horrible fluorescent lighting in our kitchen…oh well, the food still tasted great!

I even went through the MELT Foot Treatment while I was food prepping {aka chopping/sauteing brussels sprouts and waiting for the chicken to bake}.  It definitely required some extra brain power moving my hands and feet simultaneously {hopefully that makes sense…you know, like when you move you hand counter-clockwise and your foot clockwise?  It’s difficult.  Near impossible}.

What did you have for dinner last night?  What do you do when the weather messes up your workout plan?

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Five Things {Dec 21}

What’s going on everyone?  Another week is about to get started, and amidst all the holiday hustle and bustle I decided to stop in and cover another edition of #FiveThings for the week.

DJ Earworm United State of Pop 2014

When it comes to music, especially workout music, I love listening to mashups.  Every year DJ Earworm releases a mashup of the year by mashing up all of the top pop songs.  The 2014 mashup was released a few weeks ago and I can’t stop listening to it.  Check it out here.

Immaculate Cookies

While in the grocery store the other day, I noticed these tear and bake cookies.  They caught my eye because they are both dairy and gluten free.  Of course, I HAD to try them.  While they were baking, I checked out their website.  Apparently the company also makes biscuits, sweet rolls, pie crusts, and other types of cookies.

Newsflash:  The cookies are amazing, and I will be testing out every other product from this company.

The CC Monkey off My Back

Religion, politics, money….things you normally don’t talk about, but today is a little different.  In the past, I’ve had a pretty unruly credit card.  It’s the result of poor decision making, trip taking, a lululemon addiction, and a very warped view of how easy it is to just “pay things off”, while working multiple part time jobs and going to school.  {There Dad, I admitted it}.  This weekend I can officially say that I have paid off that credit card, and it is a huge weight off of my shoulders.  I’m just going to leave the money convo to that, but this was a major accomplishment for me, and a great way to start the new year.

Christmas brunch

Throughout the year, everyone’s always traveling on the weekends for either work or leisure.  This weekend {as is usual for most weekends around the holidays} both my brother, Jimmy, and myself were all home, so I decided to cook a very Christmas-ey brunch on Saturday.

It started with this box of Gingerbread Pancake Mix that I found from Trader Joe’s.  I also whipped up some bacon and eggs with parsley for the boys.

They also weren’t allowed to drink any of the coffee unless they drank it from a Christmas coffee mug.  House rules.

It was just a little thing, but it was a nice and relaxing way to kick off the weekend with my brother and boyfriend.  I am thankful everyday that we’re all able to live in the same city.  {We were missing the other frat bro, Andrew…he had already gone home for the holidays}.

Christmas next week

Need I say more?  Christmas is right around the corner {and there are only 10 days left in 2014…when the heck did that happen??}.  I’m having a blast soaking up as much of the Christmas spirit as I can {AND I found out that I don’t have to work on Christmas Eve…icing on the cake right there}.  No matter what’s going on this week, the fact that good old St. Nick is paying everyone a visit on Wednesday night makes it all better.  May or may not be blogging while watching Home Alone for the second/third time this season.

How’d everyone else’s week finish up?  Anyone on Christmas break yet?  What are your #FiveThings for the week?

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A Very Grinch-y Recovery Drink ‘N Other Festive Shakes

After a nice, long, and unseasonably warm 5 mile run yesterday, I came up with this incredibly tasty recovery drink.  It’s Christmas in your mouth.

Below are the ingredients:

1 cup of coconut water
1 banana
1 Tbsp of cocoa powder
2 Tbsp of Almond Butter
1 Tbsp of Flax Seeds
1 Handful of Spinach
1 Candy Cane {or a few drops of mint extract}

Did I add cocoa powder, peppermint, and spinach {for the green-effect} in my Ninja just so I can say it’s a “Grinch Themed” bev?

Yes, yes I did.

Keeping in line with the holiday spirit, I’m quickly reminded of the two other smoothies that I created last year while writing the Marshall Rec blog…the Peppermint Mocha Protien Smoothie and the Cranberry Salad Protien Smoothie {yes, inspired by Grandma’s Cranberry Relish Salad}.

Another seasonal drink I’ve been interested in trying was recently posted on Fabletics’ Insta a few days ago.  Doesn’t this Gingerbread Smoothie looks to die for?

The ingredients:

1 cup almond milk
2 pitted dates
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1/2 tsp. ground ginger
1/4 tsp. nutmeg
1.8 tsp. ground cloves
1 cup ice

What do you guys think?

Any holiday smoothies/bev’s your currently crushing over right now?
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Nutty Soup && Christmas Vacation

Last night I rushed home from work because I had BIG plans.

My frat bros and I were going to watch National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation at 7pm.  Always all about that Christmas spirit.  First, I wanted to make sure I squeezed in a quick workout, so I hopped on YouTube and completed the Tone It Up Kettletoning workout that I talked about a few weeks ago.

{Yep, there’s a little sneak peek of my headboard!  I’m obsessed with it, but to be honest I want to wait until I have better pillows so the pictures turn out all pretty…gotta wait until it’s in the budget}.

Then it was time for dinner.  I was initially inspired by a post from the Women’s Health Insta account earlier {blogger, Keri Glassman, took over for the day}.  Knowing I wanted a warm but hearty meal, I decided to heat up some organic creamy tomato soup from Trader Joe’s, but with a twist.

Flax seed and nuts for added nutrition!  Right now I only have these cashew pieces, so I added a handful {1/4 cup-ish} of cashews and a tablespoon of flax seeds to the soup while it was warming.

I also sauteed the rest of my brussels sprouts with a little garlic, S&P, and raw honey.  It was deeelish!

Top the soup off with some fresh parsley and you’re good to go.  This was the first time I’ve ever added anything like this to soup, but I was incredibly please/shocked/full with the new addition.  It will definitely be something that I will continually add to my soup in the future.

As I’ve said before…I have no pretty bowls, but I have tons of pretty mugs.  So we’re gonna mug the soup today {for the pictures sake}.

And that about sums up my night…cashew infused soup, honey brussels sprouts, water, wine, Christmas Vacation, and a pine scented candle.  Pretty much everything I wanted last night in one picture.

What did you guys have for dinner last night?  What are some of your favorite Christmas movies?

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Workout Tunes & Christmas Grooves

Happy Thursday, all!  To get us all a little closer to Friday, I wanted to share some of my favorite music these days.  First, what I’m listening to while I run…

If you’re on Spotify, all you have to do is link up through Facebook and you’ll be able to follow this playlist and listen to it whenever you like from your own phone.  It’s simply listed as “Fall Run”, and it’s about an hour long.  I also listened to this during the Turkey Trot the other week.

Here are the songs:

1.  Shark Attack- Grouplove
2.  Home- Dotan
3.  Recover- CHVRCHES
4.  Latch- Disclosure
5.  Animals- Maroon 5
6.  Beggin For Thread- Banks
7.  A Place With No Name- Michael Jackson
8.  Chains- Nick Jonas
9.  Centuries- Fall Out Boy
10.  #icanteven- The Neighbourhood
11.  Feel Right- Mark Ronson
12.  See the Light- Matrimony
13.  Crazy Bird- Wild Child
14.  I Bet My Life- Imagine Dragon
15.  Blame- Calvin Harris
16.  Break Free- Ariana Grande

When it comes to working out, I could honestly listen to pretty much anything.  It does however, depend on what I’m doing.  If it’s a circuit work, I prefer upbeat, fast-paced music.  If I’m running distances, while I could listen to that, I also prefer to mix it up and listen to music with a slower tempo.  We all appreciate music for different reasons, in terms of running I prefer music when I can hear a story rather than just a fun beat.  Now, not all of these songs on the playlist fall into that category, but most do.  Being able to “hear” a story serves as a great distraction for me, allowing me to operate on cruise control {and crank out longer distances}.  Although they’re not on this playlist at all {ironically} one of my favorite’s to listen to while running is Mumford & Sons.

Now on to the even better stuff.  The older I get, the more and more I focus on Christmas once it comes around {the result of slowly reaching the quarter life crisis stage and respecting a deeper understanding of the idea that time is fleeting…real, uh…surface type stuff}.  I still show Turkey Day respect, and don’t break out anything Christmas until the Friday after Thanksgiving.  However, the best way to get in the Christmas spirit, besides decorating and watching both corny and classic holiday movies, is fill the room with Christmas music!  As I’ve mentioned in the past, I have Sirius XM in my car, so every morning I listen to the station, Holly {channel 17}.  It kind of lessens the one hour commute and 8AM blow of work, and puts me in a better mood for the day.  This, however, is hands down, my favorite Christmas album of all time.  The Edge of Christmas.

I’m not sure where my parents found this album, but every year we’ve listened to it while decorating the tree and opening presents on Christmas morning.  I know I love it because I’m full of bias and have a variety of emotional ties to it, but I’m sure you’ll love it too!

On Spotify, I’m currently digging the Folksy Christmas playlist {pictured below}.  Simply go the the “Holiday” section under “Browse” and you’ll find it there.

Now lunch is over, so time to finish out my work day!

What is some of your favorite music to listen to this time of year?  {Christmas and workout}

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Healthy Cranberry Relish Salad

Since it’s my first time back to the blog since the weekend, let me first start out by saying…We Are…


Wahoo!  After an at times stressful, nail-biting, almost get a noise complaint from your neighbors type of game, I can proudly say that The Thundering Herd are CUSA Champions!  I was freaking out, jumping up and down on the couch and running around my apartment like a crazy person after the W.  Not to mention, I was riding such an adrenaline high that there was a solid thirty minutes of my life where I was about to drive up to Huntington for the night {both Jimmy and Andrew went up for the weekend}.  Long story short I didn’t go, but I’m still so proud of the Herd.  Ready for the Boca Bowl on the 23rd…

Today I wanted to share a healthy holiday family recipe, passed down from my grandmother.  It’s one of my favorite holiday sides, and extremely simply to make.  There isn’t a holiday where I don’t remember this being on the table.  If you’re not a cranberry person, this thing will change your perspective the festive fruit.

Prep pic from Thanksgiving


\\ 1 bag of cranberries, washed
\\ 4-6 {organic} apples, diced
\\ 1 can of unsweetened, crushed pineapple
\\ 3-4 cups of Red Seedless grapes, halved*
\\ 3/4 cup-1 cup of walnuts, chopped*

*amount adjusted to your own personal preference


1.  In a food processor, grind cranberries until fine.
2.  Chop apples and halve or quarter the grapes.
3.  Add the remaining ingredients and mix well.

See!  Super simple, and not to mention delicious.

And here’s a much prettier picture of the salad…

This holiday season, make sure that this side makes it to your table.   This is just one of my grandmother’s many amazing recipes.  She was such an incredible woman {and not to mention cook} and I’m proud to be able to share this with you all today.

Happy Holidays, from my family to yours.

What are some of your favorite holiday sides?  Any family traditions out there?

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Good morning everyone!  There’s a lot going on today, this week, and this month, and there’s a lot to recognize and appreciate….let’s get started with this week’s edition of #FiveThings….

Other people

On a semi-serious note for a second, people are very interesting beings.  One minute we drive each other crazy, and the next we can be inspiring and uplifting to those around us.  Although I am a huge people person, I will be the first to admit that at times people can confuse me or make me want to rip my hair out.  However, it’s also people where I can find inspiration and a renewed faith in humanity.  Funny thing isn’t it?  I could write a short novel about this, so I’ll keep it brief, but this week at my gym I had one of those “inspiring/renewed faith” experiences.

As I’m nearing the end of my workout, it’s late, I’m tired after a long day of work, and trying to decide if I should just go home after this set or stay for another 15 minutes {I was leaning towards the former}.  Then I noticed something.  I don’t know this person {though he seems very nice}, but I saw a man at my gym, much shorter than myself, running on the treadmill with a weight vest.  Out of the corner of my eye I then watched him do some lunges and ab work, even using the pulley system for exercises like woodchoppers.  What was different about him than any other guy at the gym, you ask?  He didn’t have either of his arms.  Long story short, I stayed and finished my workout, and I credit that to him.  Recently I’ve been seeing him more and more at the gym and I truly am inspired by him.  I’m almost filled with a sense of pride for him {if that makes sense}, and he clearly has a strength that surpasses my own.  He reminds me of why I love both working out and being around people, you never know when or who you’re going to inspire.  It also reminds me of one of my favorite “health quotes”…

No matter the circumstance, you have to remember to take care of yourself, almost everything else you do stems from your ability to simply do that.

C-USA Championship Game

Today at high noon, Marshall will play Louisiana Tech in the C-USA Conference Championship game.  I’m so proud of this year’s program and what they’ve been able to accomplish.  Check it out on ESPN2 if you’re available!  We Are…


Peppermint Mocha Eggnog

No this isn’t a thing {at least I don’t think it is}, but now that the Christmas portion of the holiday season is upon us, I can’t help but break out these flavors for my coffee.  Sorry Pumpkin Spice, you’ve been benched.  I always have both eggnog and peppermint mocha flavored creamer on deck in my fridge {I abandon my non-dairy ways for holiday coffee creamer…what can I say, I’m weak}.  I do, however, watch the eggnog intake because that is still a rather fatty punch that I’m not normally used to for my morning bev {but it’s so dang good}!

Christmas Decor

Fa-la-la-la-la…it’s time to decorate your apartment like a crazy woman.  I love decorating in general, but I LOVE Christmas decorations.  There’s just something about it, and if you do it right, it turns your home into such a cozy haven for wonderful memories to be had {is that too Hallmark card-ie?}.  I’m not done quite yet, but here are a  few shots of what my apartment is starting to look like.

All of this up here came from Target.

A little blurry, but I was trying to get the full effect… festive lighting for my frat bros.

As a cheap, and easy way to decorate, fill any shaped vase with potpourri or festive items like pinecones and ornament bulbs!

And then of course, everything has to smell like a Christmas tree.  These candle warmers are from Bath and Body works, maybe three or four years ago, but the Glade wax melts were also purchased at Target.

As I said, no tree this year for the apartment {of course there’s one at the Lavery household}, but I did buy the most important ornament out there…

Shark Tank

I know I’m late to this party, but Jimmy and I have recently started watching episodes of Shark Tank, and we can’t get enough!  New episodes air on ABC, but reruns are on CNBC at night.  If you’re not familiar, it’s a show where entrepreneurs come to “The Sharks” with their business ideas, looking for some monetary assistance to take it to the next level.  The Sharks are all famous business people like Mark Cuban, Daymond John {of FUBU}. and a variety of other successful entrepreneurs.  I love hearing about all of the creative, sometimes outlandish ideas that these people come up with for The Sharks.  I always feel bad for the people who get overly emotional when their idea is ripped apart.  It’s a business opportunity for these people, but it’s also a labor of love.  I connect with them on some level with the blog.  Sometimes constructive criticism isn’t always taken with a spoonful of sugar when it comes to a personal project.  No matter what your goal is, it’s important to stay focused and understand how to sort through the suggestions.  However, I’ll be the first to admit, if The Sharks shot down my idea I would cry…probably bawl my eyes out…to the point someone would make a meme out of it.  I’m almost positive.  I can basically hear it now….”Hey, aren’t you that girl that cried on Shark Tank?”…

Alright, the first full week is in the books after Thanksgiving, and we should all have recovered from our turkey comas by now…so, my question to you is….

What are your #FiveThings for the week?

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