As many of you may know my youngest was diagnosed with FPIES (Food Protein Induced Entercolitis Syndrome) as an infant. FPIES forever changed our lives. The outside world suddenly became a terrifying place to bring my infant son because all it would took was a single crumb to turn our day into a medical nightmare. … More Traveling to Walt Disney World with FPIES
A year ago I made a New Years Resolution to start running. It has been a long hard year of training and learning what my body is capable of. I am proud to say I have exceeded my accomplishments of running and making more time for both myself and my health. In the last year … More 5 Lessons I’ve Learned From Running
I am a stay at home mom (SAHM) so I am always looking for ways to save money for my family. Our medical school budget is split into three parts: Bills, Gas, and Food/ Necessities. Unfortunately we have paid off all the bills that we can and cannot cut our bill budget anymore (well unless … More Shopping on a Med Student budget!
I am so excited to announce that I have been selected to be apart of the 2017/2018 Chick-Fil-A Moms Panel! I am looking forward to working with other Moms who share a love of Chick-Fil-A, like I do! To my sweet husband, I told you eating at Chick-Fil-A so much would pay off! Haha! … More Special Announcement!!
Recently The Traveling Fab Five turned one!! Yayy! I am beyond thankful for all the love and support you all have shown me. I started blogging back in 2012 but life took a crazy turn and writing got put on the back burner. Fast forward to a year ago, my husband was about to start … More The Traveling Fab Five turns 1!!!
As much as I love to travel, sometimes it is just not in the cards. Spring Break is just around the corner and my family and I have come up with some fun cheap ways to enjoy Spring Break without breaking the bank! Have a picnic– Living in the south the weather over spring break … More How to survive a Staycation: Spring Break Edition
I am a stay at home mama on a limited budget. We are constantly cutting corners to stay afloat. Medical school was not built for families, especially one like ours with children who have medical problems. We live off student loan checks that only come twice a year and a per-diem paramedic job that my … More Traveling on a Med Student Budget