As a therapist, one of the techniques I often teach people for relaxation and coping is The Happy Place activity. The way that it works is you think of the happiest/most relaxing place you can imagine and then take yourself … Continue reading
Roland and I took a few extra days off after our training in Orlando to visit his grandmother and her husband. We dropped our coworker at the airport and headed across the state to Englewood. We spent some much needed … Continue reading
After our first taste of how incredible the Wizarding World of Harry Potter really is, we couldn’t wait to get back and see the rest of it. We survived two days of weekend training, 9am to 5pm, relentlessly endured in … Continue reading
My best friend, Jennifer, and I had conversation a few weeks ago about our upcoming travel plans. Before I tell you about the conversation, I have to first warn you that we have recently gotten into the inexplicable habit of … Continue reading
Navigating the holidays as newlyweds has been an adventure to say the least. Our families are spread across five states up and down the east coast, so we settled on rotating the holidays. This year Thanksgiving was Roland’s and we spent it with his family and their traditions. I have never missed my family more. Any advice on adjusting to holidays as a newlywed would be greatly appreciated!
I am looking forward to this Christmas for many reasons. I can’t wait for Roland to be with my family at Christmas and experience our traditions. I know we are are both excited to make new traditions together.
For our first Christmas together we decided to create a Christmas Bucket List. We want to make the most of this holiday season and try new things as we search to create our own family traditions. We picked 25 activities for the 25 days of Christmas. You can follow our progress on Day Zero Project!
Chelsea and Roland’s Christmas Bucket List