Project Discover Week #14

It's been a weird week. Hawaii is 3 hours behind the West Coast, so jetlag shouldn't be too much of an issue, but somehow it has been. I think part of it might be that we came back to the RV after having a week in a spacious condo with high speed internet. It made me realize that I am a little bit tired of the RV and ready to go back to a "regular" home with a good-sized kitchen, internet, … [Read more...]

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Monthly Blog Goals: May 2017

I can't believe how fast this past month flew by! I feel like this series is helping me stay accountable on certain items, but I'm still lagging a bit. That's going to change as of this month. We returned from a nice refreshing week in Kauai and I feel re-energized and ready to tackle some bigger goals. Before we jump to May, let's review what happened with April's goals. April's Monthly … [Read more...]

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Our mission in taking a vacation to Kauai was total relaxation. So I'm afraid there won't be a post on places to see and things to do on this gorgeous island. The places I saw and things I did involved walking 50 feet to the adult pool or 50 feet from the car to the beach. We did do a 1-mile hike to another beach but that is the sum total of exercise for the week. I stayed off the computer and … [Read more...]

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Project Discover Week #12

When I say it's been a hell of a week, let me tell you, it's been one hell of a week! I don't know who was more nervous going to take the PMP certification exam, me or Mr. Misadventures.  I dropped the hubby off at 7:30 a.m. on Monday and sat at a coffee shop for four hours with my stomach twisted in knots while he took the test. I returned to pick him up at 11:45. 12:00 came and went 12:05, … [Read more...]

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