The Pros and Cons of better life blog


My new year’s resolution is to write better.

I can also use this blog as a place to share what’s in my fridge, what I bought for my birthday, what I bought for Christmas, what I ate for dinner, a list of recipes I made for a friend, and so much more.

I’m not sure how I feel about the blog. I’m not sure if I really see the value of it. On the other hand, it’s probably a lot easier to read than I’d thought.

Yeah, I know. When I first started the blog, I was in a bit of a funk. I was feeling guilty for buying so many things. I did this because I thought that the blog would help me not feel guilty. Id try to make a little bit of a deal with myself that I would only buy things that I actually actually enjoy using.

A lot of people want to feel like they are doing something good, which is fine. But there are so many people out there who buy stuff just because a friend recommended them that we have to stop and ask ourselves if we really want to spend $900 on a couch that I don’t actually use. The other thing that I love about the blog is that it helps me be okay with not buying things that I don’t like or don’t use.

I think we all have to stop and ask ourselves if we really want to spend our money, which may be why we’re spending it, but it also means that we should stop and ask ourselves if we really like spending our money. I think that is a great thing.

I don’t know if it’s me or if they are getting better at writing, but since they got better at writing, I think they’ve become a lot more thoughtful about the questions we ask them. Of course, I’m not sure what they were talking about, but I would assume that they were talking about the questions that I ask myself every day.

A lot of people think that they can get a life. And that is great, but I think the key word here is not “life.” It’s a state of mind. And that is something we are all, in some way, struggling with. And that is why we need to stop and ask ourselves if we are really going to continue to put off that “better life” and just live our life to the fullest.

You know what I like to do? I like to write a blog, and then I blog about it.

As a person who is in the midst of a divorce, I have learned a few things about the value of a blog. And the biggest one for me is that I have learned that what I write on my blog can change people. Blogs can be a window into my life. And as my husband has learned, the way a blog is written (as opposed to what it is actually about), can change people. So yes, I blog.

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