If you’re somebody that buys anything, you need this app. Ibotta is a free rebate app. You get money for buying everyday items like milk, cheese, and toilet paper. The biggest rebates are on alcohol. I’m talking good old wine, beer, and liquor alcohol. All you have to do is upload your receipts. No, this is not a scam. Take it from someone who has already gotten back over $100 in real life cash. Here’s how it works.
There’s a baby on the way and included on that long list of things to do is throw a baby shower. What used to be a simple gathering to share baby tips and used items for the mother-to-be has become an extravagant, insta-worthy party with mimosas and registries. If you are the fortunate host, here’s a list of things that will help you shower the beautiful mom successfully.
Traveling is all kinds of things: exciting, adventurous, thrilling. Another thing people might forget is that it’s also exhausting. Sleep is everything when you can get it. In 2017, I traveled abroad for a quarter of the year with nothing but a maximum legal size carry on and a back pack. There was one thing I realized. From a 13 hour flight to a 6 hour bus ride, a pillow is a definite must have. The only problem is that a travel neck pillow can take up so much room! When it’s not in use, it becomes this inconvenient bulky thing that is hauled all over the place.
When it comes to handling money, I’m truly no expert. I’m constantly going through a vicious cycle of racking up debt, paying it off, getting a credit increase, and repeat. Obviously, with that kind of system, the amount of debt to pay off rises every cycle making it more difficult to handle especially including factors like intereste rates. With that, I’ve had to find ways of becoming more efficient and productive with my money when handling the debt. These three free apps are must haves for me.
Over the past couple years, I spent a lot of time traveling. I’m an expert at packing light and only taking necessary items. If you like to over pack, these probably won’t work for you unless you’re looking to switch to a minimalist lifestyle! Things I looked for in my bags were the ability to travel well, adaptability, and style.
As a first time mommy, I had no idea what I would need to take in my hospital bag. I’ve always imagined my trip to the hospital being as depicted in the movies with my water breaking and my husband and I rushing to make it to the hospital on time. It’s not really like that at all for all women. That’s just the most dramatic scenerio. As it turns out, my water never broke but I had a growing intensity of contractions for about a day and a half before we decided it was time to take me in. After hours of research on what other moms packed for their hospital stay, the lists below explain what I ended up taking.
Our date was September 8, 2017.
It was shortly after we met in February of 2016 that we knew that we wanted to marry each other. The when, where, and how were not of any concern until I decided in June of 2017 that I wanted to make it happen that year.
I graduated in May of 2017 and rewarded myself with one of the most amazing summers ever. After touring Europe for a month, I flew to Bangkok from Madrid.
I only spent a couple of nights there before heading to Chiang Mai where I stayed for the majority of my time in Thailand. In Chiang Mai, I attained a TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certificate. It was a 4 week course and I had nights and weekends available. I invited anyone to join me on this trip. There were two takers. Continue reading “TEFL Certification in Thailand”