Weekend.

I just sat down.

I am spinning in circles. My house is a disaster. We don’t have a place to live in Alaska yet.

Wait. We’re moving to Alaska? Sorry, I’m still processing all this.

And this happened. I have been practicing my Alaska wardrobe.  I will update you soon. I need your fashion tips. Do NOT tell me that you think this hat is ugly or ridiculous because it is the warmest hat ever. Seriously you guys.

It’s been a crazy week, but I still managed to read some great blog post! I make time for the important things. Enjoy!

Engaged Marriage: Kids Enjoy the Simple Things (So true)

Kelly’s Korner: Mom to Mom (Inspiring)

Enemy of Debt: Giving- What if Your Kid Made The Wish? (Thought Provoking)

My Super Charged Life: The Reason my Life Makes Sense (Reflect on your own life)

Simple Kids: Simple As That- Creating an Art Wall (Great idea)

Mom’s Frugal: Christmas on a Zero Budget (Practical tips)

Bring the Rain: House of Mercy (Just what you need)

Have a blessed weekend! I’m back to standing on top of my head.

(This is not a paid post by Home Depot But it should be.)

Published by Samantha Mellen

Certified personal trainer & health coach helping women transform their lives through fitness, abundant mindset coaching and internal peace. Mom of two boys, living life in Alaska.

14 thoughts on “Weekend.

  1. You are too cute! I love the hat! It doesn't get cold enough here for a hat like that but I bet I could rock it too. HAHA. You must make sure you keep us updated on your new life in Alaska!

  2. I think the hat's really cute! I'd wear it.

    Packing is actually the fun part. Un-packing is what I hate. I've been moved a month and still have boxes I haven't gotten to yet!

    Good luck in Alaska!

    P.S. Oh and try to stay warm!:)

  3. You'll do just fine in Alaska! Be brave!

    The word “Alaska” carries many stereotypes – one being that it's cold. It is cold, but there are many “lower 48” states that are much colder than the city regions in Alaska – North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Montana to name a few (and there are more).

    A tip from a North Dakotan – dress for the weather and enjoy it – sometimes that means staying inside.

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