Spring. Break. 2018

Spring Break 2018 A little staycation never hurt nobody. My goal for the week was to live like a Bellevue housewife. Mission Accomplished. Haley made us breakfast at the Tree House in Monroe. We wanted to catch up before she leaves on her trip to Cambodia. We hung out from around 9 AM to 3 PM.Continue reading “Spring. Break. 2018”

Here’s to more blogging!

Hey young world. Want to hear a story? It’s been far too long since I’ve held a steady blogging schedule and it’s bumming me out so my goal is to make at least one post a day. Here’s a few things that happened this WEEK: Earlier in the week I was experiencing a slight depressionContinue reading “Here’s to more blogging!”

How To Make It – by Erin Austen Abbott

So in preparation for my new gig- preparing to launch an Int’l Montessori Academy in Capital Hill, I’m conducting a bit of research to better understand entrepreneurs. Why, you might ask? Well, I need to figure out how to market entrepreneurship to prospective parents for an elementary school. What makes our school different is that our goalContinue reading “How To Make It – by Erin Austen Abbott”

My New Gig: Bellevue Children’s Academy!

30-day notice. 2-weeks notice. Work 40 hours a week. Clean 20 hours a week to get your place move-out ready. Drive 18 hours by yourself. Stay in a weird casino-hotel in Redding, CA. Arrive in Monroe on a Sunday. Start work on a Tuesday. Oil Change and new Driver’s license on a Wednesday. Apartment huntingContinue reading “My New Gig: Bellevue Children’s Academy!”

Buy Dis: Passion Panner

If you’re looking to stay organized pick-up a passion planner it will change your life- seriously! Tell them I sent you. (I recommend the smaller size if you’re looking to keep it with you on the go; the larger size is cool if you want something to leave at the office or at home.) IfContinue reading “Buy Dis: Passion Panner”

Summer Solstice: Surfing Mimics Life

I came home from work last night, decided it was the perfect day to go surfing to celebrate summer solstice and ended up paddling through barely-there waves in a spring suit when it was cold and windy. This post by Salt Surf perfectly encapsulates my experience yesterday trying to create the perfect moment and in returnContinue reading “Summer Solstice: Surfing Mimics Life”