5 quotes to read when you need some motivation

5 quotes to read when you need some motivation

Has anyone else been feeling really unmotivated lately….or is it just me lol. I designed these five inspirational quotes to help keep you going when you need a little pep talk.  I made my canvas size to fit phone screens so feel free to save these images and use them as your phone background! How do you guys stay motivated when you are feeling lazy?

1. “You got this girl” 

2. “She believed she could so she did”

3. “Anything is possible”

4. “Get out of your own way”

5. “Don’t wish for it, work for it”

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Work From Home Essentials

Work From Home Essentials

Here are 5 of my work from home amazon essentials, that will make you feel like a major boss. You can also view my list on amazon to find the products I’ve mentioned in this article here: Work From Home Essentials

A cute mousepad. I love to brighten up my desk and add some flare to my everyday workspace by incorporating cute patterns or colors into my office items. 

A wireless mouse. This one just makes life so much easier. Using the trackpad on a laptop just doesn’t do it for me. 

A solid set of headphones. How many times have we all heard, “Can everyone hear me?,  this year. Personally it feels like a million to me. I think it’s necessary to have a good set of headphones. My favorite headphones are airpods. I’ve tried a few other brands, but I always switch back to the airpods. 

A Nespresso. Call me basic, but I seriously can’t function without coffee. I LOVE the Nespresso, It allows me to make high quality coffee from my home in minutes. 

A comfortable chair. Let’s be honest, nothing can ruin your work day (and back) like an uncomfortable office chair.  If you are working from home, this is the number one thing I would splurge on. 

Hope you enjoyed, let me know your favorite work from home essentials. 🙂

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5 things to do in Colorado

Things to do in Colorado, with tons of pictures

Colorado. One of my favorite states, for obvious reasons. There is SO much to do. Honestly there will probably be a part two of this, but here we gooo

Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado

I’ll start with my most recent adventure… The Great Sand Dunes National Park.  The trip to the sand dunes was a spur of the moment extension of my already one week vacation in Colorado. Long story short, I convinced my best friend to stay one extra day, so we drove two hours out of the way to see this place, and let me tell you it did not disappoint. I would recommend going early in the day, if you are not planning on staying the night in one of the neighboring towns. We ended up staying the night in a town about 30 minutes away called Alamosa. 

Pike's Peak donut

Before we spontaneously extended our trip we had been adventuring in Colorado Springs. During our stay I drove all the way to the top of Pikes Peak, which was it’s whole own mini adventure (shout out to my bff for dealing with my driving skills). The drive up the mountain was pretty intense at a few points, but if I can make it up anyone can. The views from the top were well worth it, and so was the donut I got in the gift shop. 

Garden of the Gods

The third place I want to highlight is Garden of the Gods. Like I mentioned before we were staying in Colorado Springs, so it was only right that we went to Garden of the Gods considering it was literally ten minutes from where we were staying. We actually ended up going to the park twice during this trip, because it was that beautiful. The first day we went we drove on the driving trail in the park, which was so gorgeous. The second day we decided to bring our dinner there and eat it. So we ate dinner, then hiked around the park on foot to watch the sunset. 

Cheba Hut at Garden of the Gods

Since we are talking about dinner, YOU HAVE TO TRY CHEBA HUT. There is a couple locations around Colorado. The one we went to was in Colorado Springs. The menu is a 420 themed menu, but no there isn’t any cannibas in their food. We also went to Cheba Hut twice during our stay lol. I got the Pakalolo both times, which is ham,swiss & pineapple on their signature garlic herb bread. AND yes, pineapple belongs on pizza, and in this case on sandwichs as well, don’t @ me. 

hot tub at sun water spa in manitou springs colorado

I saved the best for last. We stumbled upon THE CUTEST little town about 30 minutes out of Colorado Springs, called Manitou Springs. We were looking for a hot spring to soak in, when we came across this place called Sun Water Spa in Manitou Springs. Getting a reservation for the hot springs was kind of difficult, because we couldn’t get anyone on the phone. Regardless we went anyway, because we were just rolling with the flow. The staff at the spa was so friendly and thankfully there was some openings, but we had like an hourish wait until we could get our own private spa. During that hour we ended up walking around the town. Which honestly was my favorite part of the whole experience. There was a freaking cutest little arcade in the middle of the town square. I don’t really know how to describe this town, I just know you HAVE to go! 



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