Showing posts from March, 2016
Today marks a decade that I’ve been a mom. I’ve been trying to wrap my head around it — to come up with the just-right thing to say about the journey to this milestonemomiversary. But it turns out the complex truth isn’t just in my head or heart. It’s singing in a silly voice at the breakfast table as we all beg for peace and quiet. It’s stealing second base as the crowd cheers in the stands. It’s analyzing social injustices in novels, as well as on the playground, trying to be a light when things get dark. The complex truth is Big. And I’m so grateful to have had known him, loved him, and learned from him for 10 whole years. So, of course, I wrote him a birthday letter… Dear Big, Every year on your birthday eve, you ask me what time you *actually* turn your new age. It’s a tangible something for you to hold on to from a day you won’t ever remember. One that, quite honestly, I had to look up to be sure about. Because for me, it was the intangibles from that day I won’t ever forget. From…

How to Save Money:

1 Pay yourself first.The easiest way to save money rather than spending it is to make sure that that you never get a chance to spend the money in the first place. Arranging for a portion of each paycheck to be deposited directly into a savings account or a retirement account takes the stress and tedium out of the process of deciding how much money to save and how much to keep for yourself each month — basically, you save automatically and the money you keep each month is yours to spend as you please. Over time, depositing even a small portion of each paycheck into your savings can add up (especially when you take interest into account) so start as soon as you can for maximum benefit.To set up an automatic deposit, talk to the payroll staff at your job (or, if your employer uses one, your third-party payroll service). If you can provide account information for a savings account separate from your basic checking account, you should generally be able to set up a direct deposit scheme wit…

Moving to San Antonio Help & Advice:

The City of San Antonio, located in the southwest part of America, seat of Bexar County, is one of the most populated cities in the USA and in this aspect takes a second place for the state of Texas with 1,436,697 living there. It is one of the fastest growing cities in the country and of course that is for a reason. Besides offering lots of opportunities to have fun and enjoy your spare time, San Antonio has a developed economy and can provide you with career and education options. Find out more about the city and get free advice on moving to San Antonio, Texas, here bellow.

Why Move To San Antonio


The climate in the city is humid subtropical. The summers are hot, and winters are mild to warm. The nights in the winter months are cool and cool get cold. The spring and fall are warm and rainy. Most of the rain falls in May, June and October. There is hardly much snow in the city and temperatures rarely fall bellow zero. Tornadoes are a rare event as well. The hottest months are Ju…