When I said last week that I would update you on how I feel about turning 25 (on May 2), I thought I would be writing some emotional post about how I don’t feel ready to enter the second half of my 20s and think time needs to slow down. Surprisingly, I feel content. The… Continue reading Thoughts on Turning 25
I love planning. I love writing my schedule down in my planner and I love crossing items off my to do list. I hate falling behind. If you couldn’t tell, I’m a Type A person. However, I have slowly learned to accept that life doesn’t always have to be completely planned out and that it’s OK… Continue reading It’s OK to fall behind if you hold yourself accountable
After honing her skills as a singer/songwriter, the coronavirus pandemic temporarily pulled the plug on the R&B artist's plans for her new music. Now, she is coming back with a re-worked album and more confidence than ever. By: Sara Whitman | March 26, 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8quAhDA9TmA Check out Soleil’s full interview above. Soleil knows “Whose Side”… Continue reading Interview: Soleil is Ready to Turn Up the Amplifier on Her Music
Nothing makes me feel better than getting a good deal. Well maybe dog cuddles and sushi, but VERY little gets me more hyped than buying something with a major discount. And if you know me, you know I will not buy anything full price unless absolutely necessary. Unfortunately, I haven’t been thrifting for quite some… Continue reading Thrift with Me + My 5 Top Tips
I received an unexpected message the other day: It was my six-year anniversary with WordPress! I have been typing about my thoughts, feelings, adventures, trials and tribulations, and successes for 72 whole months. Where has time gone?! I used to do a yearly review of my blog, but eventually life got in the way and… Continue reading Happy 6th Birthday to Sarawhitmanythoughts!
A few years ago I wrote about the most perfect summer day: I woke up and water skied with my dad and grandfather in the morning, and then ended up in New York City in the afternoon to see Les Misérables on Broadway with my grandfather and grandma. Les Misérables is easily one of my favorite Broadway shows. It’s simply… Continue reading Why Les Misérables is a reminder to never give up hope
In my last blog post, we spoke about reasons behind making New Year’s resolutions. This time around, I want to touch on how to make New Year’s resolutions that we can actually achieve (which I also spoke about in my latest YouTube video). Yes, I did say that I normally don’t make New Year’s resolutions.… Continue reading How to plan and achieve realistic New Year’s resolutions
I’ve never been one to make a New Year’s resolution(s). I think it’s just too much pressure to put on yourself with the possibility of being disappointed at the end of the year. And who wants to end a year by being mad at themselves for not reaching whatever far-fetched goal they planned? I definitely… Continue reading My First Time Making New Year’s Resolutions
It took me until the day before New Year’s Eve to get my thoughts together. Well, they’re not together, but I am hoping by the end of this post they will be. Another year has gone by. Wow. And what a year it’s been. Last year at this time, I had just left my first… Continue reading 2020: A Life Changing Year
Taking chances makes me nervous. It makes a lot of us feel uneasy. Why choose something that might not work out over something stable? Why risk anything? The only answer that I have is life is full of risks, and that’s part of the thrill. Some work out, and some don’t, but as long as… Continue reading CA to NJ: To take the best play or the smart play?