Meme Mondays with Trisha: This is Halloween

Honestly, I couldn't think of anything motivating about Halloween, but there are plenty of memes. So let's put a pin in personal growth and just have a good time. After all, Halloween fell on Monday this year. This was the perfect reason to drop a Meme Monday post for the holiday. Since it's not a... Continue Reading →

Meme Mondays with Trisha: Sweater Weather

Its that fun time of year where it's not time to put the A/C away, but a heater would make it feel like Summer is hanging on by the grit of it's teeth. That my friends is Sweater Weather. Since I keep seeing funny reels about this seasonal SNL skit, it felt like we were... Continue Reading →

Meme Mondays with Trisha : HalloThanksMas

We've reflected on several hard themes this Summer. It felt like we were overdue for some light hearted content. But what to search for? I was slightly amused to see Halloween decorations immediately displayed after the Fourth of July. However, Christmas is displayed alongside Halloween decorations as early as September. This clear violation of commerical... Continue Reading →

Meme Mondays with Trisha : Vacation

For the last three weeks, I've asked you to think about things that are stunting your growth, communicating within your circle, and actively working towards your goals. It felt like it was time to decompress from all that with Monday Memes with Trish. We are laughing today. If your not in the mood, I'll take... Continue Reading →

Meme Mondays with Trisha: Cool for the Summer

After a few weeks of motivational quotes, I felt like shifting the gears to memes. But what type of memes should I look for. At first, they were going to be beach bodies. Then, I randomly channeled Demi Lovato's Cool for the Summer. I'm not particularly in love with her song. I have it, because... Continue Reading →

Country Ever After + Top 10 Coffey Anderson Music Videos

Last fall, I was decluttering the house. I wanted background noise and something that was kid-friendly. Netflix suggested Country Ever After. The black country singer and white hip-hop dancer raising a Christian family caught my attention. After about two episodes, I realized I stopped sorting clothes by donation, storage, and trash. Coffey and Criscilla Anderson... Continue Reading →

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