Most of us are always looking for different ways of staying motivated. With work and school and all other things that inundate our lives on a daily basis, it’s no wonder we give up on side projects and hobbies for Netflix. I am guilty of […]
Author: Melanie Scroggins
This week, we’re talking about Adaptability: what it is, where it came from, and how it affects us. My guests today are Liz Wilcox and my husband, Jeremy. We talk about different experiences of adaptability including childhood expectations and hiking the Appalachian Trail.
I received a lot of great feedback from my interview with Whitney. The conversation of sexual assault is extremely important to have no matter the medium. I want to be sure you had the opportunity to l listen to the whole Monty if you’re interested.
As humans, we’re adaptable by nature. In our not too far off past, our adaptability helped us to survive. To survive. Not to make ourselves feel less lousy or because we knew it was important to “get over it” but because our very lives depended […]
What kind of voice do you have? In a day and age when there are so many humans walking around and making noise, it can be hard to hear our own voices. We’re talking about what our voice is to us and why it matters. We also have two lovely guests on the show this week.
In a world of seven billion voices, it’s easy to go unheard. As strange as it sounds, we sometimes forget to listen to our own voices in the mix. When I first started college, I was a wreck (insert the “mhms” and “me […]
One of the biggest questions full-time RVers or tiny homeowners get asked is how they live in a smaller space. How do you fit all your stuff? Don’t you miss all the room? Sure, there are things I think about that I […]
With all the different ways to save money out there, it can be hard to find ways to easily do it yourself. I’ve made a small list of easy ways to reduce waste at home and save money.
Six months ago, I decided to live without a smartphone. That’s right, I got rid of it and bought a much simpler phone. Here are the unexpected things I’ve noticed in my life.