How has the pandemic effected the livestock industry and how can we prevent these effects in the future? Find out when I interviewed a University of Kentucky extension agent, Corinne Belton.
I am somehow equally afraid of success as I am of failure. I am afraid that if I fail everything I believe about myself is true. I am afraid of success because it is an unknown. If I succeed I have no idea what my life will look like. The feeling is much like diving … Continue reading Of books and fears
Last night C and I got into a bit of an argument. Nothing to worry about and nothing that wasn't resolved. I have been having an internal struggle that I have been projecting onto him. I feel like I'm not pulling my weight (and I can hear my friends laughing now). I have always brought … Continue reading Where is this going?
This has become a very hot word right now. Privilege. We all have varying degrees of it depending on where you live, what you look like, where you are from, and how much money you have to name a few. I grew up very privileged. I went to a good school, a great college, and … Continue reading Privilege
Disclaimer: This is one I those random posts I will have from time to time that has little or nothing to do with the project, but I feel it needs to be said. My almost 5 year old son was born with a disability. Because of a brain injury at birth he now has spastic … Continue reading My disabled child is not a victim.
I have been coming across a lot of articles lately titled something like "raising a child on a budget" or something along those lines. So apparently this is a fairly hot topic right now. I do have to say that too many of the articles are written more from the perspective of someone who really … Continue reading How to raise children on a budget- my version
A friend posted a really interesting article today, it was from the Business Insider and it was about who the most entitled generation is. I will summarize but I wont go into great detail. if you would like to read it here is the link http://www.businessinsider.com/the-most-entitled-generation-isnt-millennials-2015-1. It basically said that the millennials are being blamed … Continue reading Is Entitlement Generational?
There is something that people don't realize about being on the edge of poverty. You live in constant fear of your bank account. You check it when you wake up, you check it throughout the day, you check it before you go to bed, just in case. Every text message, every email, could be an … Continue reading Living in fear
It seems that as we get closer and closer to our goal I realize more and more about what we are doing and why we are doing it. At first it started out as us wanting to finally be self sufficient. We are at a place in our lives where we can't be living like … Continue reading What life means to me
I know I have mentioned this before, but I get frustrated at people very easily. It's a huge flaw, a giant flaw, a flaw that I really try to work on. As I try and work through this flaw of mine I have come to realize that I get frustrated at the selfishness of other … Continue reading It’s not about you