On February 1st, my Mom and I brought home a new dog! She's SO adorable, but needs a lot of training, and while I wouldn't trade her for the world (did I mention that she's cute?) my Mom and I have to rearrange our schedules for her. And that's okay, but it means that I have to get into a new groove.
So on the very first full day of being together, we went to Petco so that I can pick out a few more things that I needed. While my human was talking to the cashier, I decided to poop in the store ...
I had the pleasure of visiting the Immaculate Conception Seminary at Seton Hall University, where a friend of mine is studying. He got permission for me to join them for evening prayer...
Sure, the faith was the same, but the way of doing things was different. I was involved in trying to form a ministry at my community college, but it fell through. So when I got to William Paterson, I had mixed feelings about jumping into a new ministry.
If you have read my past few blog posts, you'll know that I am focusing on self care this year. And even though taking care of the mind and soul is extremely important, I also believe that if you look well, you will feel well.
Long story short, I ended up Googling "affordable things to do in NYC" and found The Winky Lux Experience... and it was just that.
A few weeks ago, before I went on a blogging break, I wrote a post about how to create resolutions and even what mine are. But I had some time to reflect and I have somewhat re-adjusted my list, just a little bit.
There's a few things I have learned about resolutions. One is to never say, "I'm going to work out more." Well, of course, you fell through on that promise, because that statement is so vague!
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