Exploring the Orlando Neighborhood : Absolutly Must See Things In Gainsville, Florida

This weekend I was blessed with a three day weekend!! #BLESSED. So my husband and I decided to spend the weekend in Gainsville, Florida. (About a two hour drive from our home city in Orlando).

Kind of a random city to stop in if you are visiting Florida, but believe me it’s worth the time. Especially those who are into more outdoor activities like hiking, like our family!


We arrived in Gainsville around 8:30AM and landed in the Devil’s Millhoper Geolgical State Park. The trail head is unmanned by park staff, you will need to leave your $4 for parking/entrance fees in the “trailhead” evenvelope box at the entrance to the parking lot.

Walk towards the restrooms/state park ranger booth; the trailhead is directly behind the building. This is a very very short trail, just under a mile loop. Perfectly shaded and pretty cool even in these “summer” like temperatures. This trail is completely dog friendly too. The worst part though? Because of hurricane damage and lack of funding, the staircases down into the sinkhole were closed. But it still an absolutely breath taking trail.


This trail completely transports you to Tennessee hiking; with hills, bluffs and even waterfalls. If you are stopping near Gainsville, put this site on your bucket list! Check out their website here. Be sure to pack plenty of water and bug spray!

Just a PSA: Even on short trails like this (AND EVEN with cell phone signal), I ALWAYS carry my pack. I carry a small first aid kit, a water bladder, a pop-up bowl for Tinsel and plenty of sunscreen and bug spray. It’s better to be prepared, then not be prepared at all 😘😘

Our next stop was the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens (a 15 minute drive from Milhopper). We arrived around 9:45AM and the parking lot was virtually empty (ON A SATURDAY TOO).  Another completely dog friendly activity! Check out their website here. Admission will cost you $8 for adults and $4 for children.

Pull into their shaded parking lot and walk right into the lobby. The State Park staff was so welcoming and SUPER dog friendly (they even had dog biscuits on their counter!). Walk right into the lobby to check in, pay admission and be sure to grab a map!

We started off wandering through a bamboo forest. Then walking our way into their exapansive herb garden. If you are bring your pup, be sure to stop in the herb garden. Tinsel was overwhelmed by all of the smells, textures and tastes. We wandered into the kids garden, a butterfly garden and even a cactus greenhouse. We spent about 3 hours in this park, we were so captivated by all of the different areas and gardens.


There are so many wonderful things to do in Gainsville, Florida > be sure to add this small town in Florida to your next trip. We fell in love with all of this town had to offer; from bamboo forests to captivating waterfalls.

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Life Hack : 3 Habits of Hight Effective Homemakers

If I am being honest, I’m a bit uptight about my home. I force people to take their shoes off when they come into my house and always use coasters 🤷🏻‍♀️. I even go too far and have “inside” and “outside” clothes. (Does anyone else do this???)


I’ve probably said this before, but I’m BUSY. Like BUSY BUSY. Family, two jobs and still trying to find time for myself? But there’s one thing that I always make sure to do: keeping our home neat and tidy. For some reason, even when I’m having an incredibly busy week, it’s calming to know my home is well kept.

Here’s my three secrets that you can implement in your own homes! I hope these work well for you too!

  1. Save money and invest in technology that can help you clean. You can invest in a rumba to vacuum your home while you are at work or <a href="http://Try Amazon Home Services“>take it a step further and ask for help! FROM AMAZON! They have a brand new program that you actually hire a person to help you out with tasks at home! Have that piece of IKEA furniture that’s been “on your list” for the past month, hire someone for $20 to come out and lend you a hand.
  2. 15 minutes is all it takes. Take 15 minutes before you go to bed at night and pick everything up. Start the dishwasher, start a load of wash and rearrange the living room throw pillows. Spend the time each day and you won’t have to worry about it over the weekend. Here is the link to both my morning and night time routines. My husband and I love to make a game of our nightly “pick up” time, set a timer and see how quickly we can get everything done. 
  3. Divide and conquer. My husband and I divide our chores up, he loves to the laundry (he’s weird) and I’ll pick up Tinsel’s toys; splitting up chores always makes the job easier. If you have roommates, make a chore chart and ask everyone to pitch in! Check out this great, cheap chore chart on Amazon! This chore chart is absolutly adorable and affordable! I mean, who doesn’t love chalkboard everything? 🙋🏻‍♀️

What are your favorite home keeping habits? I would love to hear about them below in the comments! If you loved this article be sure to check out this article > 5 habits of highly successful people and this great article about 5 time-savers you can purchase off of Amazon for less than $10. 

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Woman Crush Wednesday : Diving into the life of the woman behind “Modern Dating 101”

Is this crazy or what > this is my very first time interviewing another blogger! Not only just a blogger, but the creator of Modern Dating 101! I am so incredibly honored to get to interview this blogger and share her story with you!

So let’s jump right into the interview!

If you want to skip ahead to the good stuff 👉🏻 Check out her website here!

Surprisingly this is my first time interviewing another blogger! Tell us about you and your blog!

I’m the first blogger interview! I am honoured ❤ yay! 🙂

I’m a single mama of 3. I live in Southern Ontario, Canada in the Niagara Region, about 20 minutes from Niagara Falls. I’ve been here for 14 years and absolutely love it. I grew up as somewhat as a gypsy and I was always moving from place to place and never really laying any roots. When I started to grow and develop my own family, I made a commitment to myself and my kids that I would give them consistency, stability, and the opportunity to set roots and build lifelong relationships. 

I work full-time in an administrative role and I run a blog about life, love, relationships, motherhood, and my experiences around building my business. I also recently opened an online boutique, which I am super pumped about.

How did you get started writing? What inspires you to keep pushing forward?

I’ve always been a writer at heart. I started writing when I was in grade school. I was bullied a lot and had a very tumultuous childhood, and terrible anxiety. One of my counselors at the time suggested that I start journaling as a way to unload the thoughts in my head. I did this for many years. It helped me tremendously. I stopped writing over the last few years, but recently started back up again. I use writing as a means to keep my creativity flowing. Being able to release feelings through my words helps to alleviate a lot of inner turmoil and stress. I get stuck in my head a lot and have a hard time expressing myself otherwise, so writing helps keep me in balance and my brain in check. Writing is a great form of therapy!

This interview series is all about inspiring women. What woman inspires you?

I have so many women in my life that inspire me. I’ve made a conscious effort over the last few years of my life to surround myself with positive, inspiring, and uplifting women. In doing so, I have managed to create a nice tribe of powerful women that are moving mountains and busting ceilings with what they do.  I have a friend who left her high-paying government job to open a gluten-free bakery in the city here. She jumped in with both feet and she showed up for her dreams and she just keeps knocking it out of the park. Watching her grow and develop not just as a business woman, but as a person, has been incredibly inspiring for me. To see one of your greatest friends succeed so well at doing what she loves is enough to keep anyone moving forward.

Besides working on your blog, what are your other hobbies? 

My kids, does that count? haha I doubt it, but for real. My kids are my life. They are the reason I do what I do and why I am so determined to create a successful business. As a single mom, life is tough, but that doesn’t stop me, it fuels me. I want them to be able to look back on life when times get tough for them and think, damn, if Mom could do all that she did ON HER OWN, then I can do this myself too. Other than spending every possible moment with my kids and my blog, I try to get on my yoga mat as much as possible. If writing is my counselor, yoga is my therapist. They both keep me balanced and sane.

How do you balance your work and life? Are there any tips you’d like too share with the readers?

Seeing as I am pretty new to the whole blogging world, balance has been a bit of a slippery slope. I was working a part-time job on top pf my full-time job, but I recently let that go so I could focus more of my energy and attention on creating better content. Spending quality time with my kids is of the utmost importance to me, obviously. They know and understand that I have to work while we are together, but I do my best to limit my engagement with work until they go to bed. Generally this means later nights for me, but it is what it is. 
Schedulers and auto-posters have helped significantly in keeping active on social media without actually BEING active and ON all the time. I use Tailwind for my Pinterest account. Instagram is generally more of a manual post because I am not entirely ready to pass that control over to a scheduler just yet. 
I am working on creating an actual schedule to keep me on track so I am not as all over the place. I generally post on my blog on Thursday’s and Sunday’s because I have time in those evenings to write undisturbed. I dedicate the evenings my kids are with their Dad to scheduling as many posts as possible and getting a forecast of what I will be writing about  in coming days.

 What would be your ideal future? What would you like to see your business grow into?

I have set the intention to replace my full-time income with my part-time hustle by summer 2018. My goal is to be able to spend more time at home with my family. As you may have noticed, my kids are my life so being there for them whenever they need me is my priority. As of right now, I work away from the home 40+ hours a week and my schedule is not flexible so I miss a lot of their school events, awards, sick days, etc. My mom has been a big help for me as she is there to help them out and be there for them when I can’t, but I feel like I need to be there with them. I recently started an online fashion boutique as well, so I hope to be able to write and run my shop from home and start travelling later this year. Ideally, I’d like to create an empire that I can one day hand down to my kids, should they want it, but more importantly I want it to be able to not only support our life, but also allow us to live out our dreams. I want to be able to travel the world and show my kids all the amazing stuff there is to see on our beautiful planet.

What advice would you give other women starting their own businesses?

Just do it. You will never be entirely “ready.”  There will always be something else that will pop up and take priority. There will ALWAYS be something else. You already have all the information you need right now to get started, you can learn the rest along the way. Trust me, you will NEVER know it all. When I started writing I was bombarded with information that I didn’t even know that I should know and that was ok! It was overwhelming at first, of course, but I managed and I am still managing. I read through and watched what I can, I take what I need and I file the rest away. As an online entrepreneur, things are constantly changing from algorithm to terms, trends, platforms, etc. Don’t be afraid to jump in and get dirty. You will not get it all right the first time and you shouldn’t expect that all will be perfect in the beginning because it won’t be. It will be messy and dirty and you will screw up, but as long as you are open to learn and be guided, you will be just fine. Trust the process. Trust yourself.

Tell us a funny fact about yourself!

Fun fact about me… I’m a serial entrepreneur. I can’t sit still for too long or I get anxious. I need to keep learning and keep my mind active. I’m a self-help junkie. I’m addicted to audiobooks and podcasts, lol.

Let’s finish this off with your favorite inspirational quote! 

I have so many inspirational quotes that help me get through my days… My vocabulary revolves around sarcasm, quotes and laughter. I’ll give you a couple and you can take which ones you like the best 😉
“Those who matter won’t mind and those who mind won’t matter.” Dr. Seuss
“we are all broken, that’s how the light gets in.” Rumi
“If you aren’t in the arena also getting your ass kicked, I am not interested in your feedback.” Brene Brown
(I kept them all because I loved them  😏)

Check out all of Sheena’s Moderning Dating Blog Posts by following her on social media! @Moderndating101 > You can also check out all of her recent posts here at Moderndating101.com
Thank you all for reading! If you loved this article be sure to check out all of my Woman Crush Interviews here.

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Exploring the Orlando Neighborhood : 25 Things to Add to Your Summer Bucket List

My Favorite Things to Do For Summer! You NEED to add some of these to your summer bucket list too! 

I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE SUMMER! My husband and I live in Florida, so it’s summer all year round; but there are a few traditions we keep just for the actual summer months and here they are! 

  1. Picnics! Find a local park and pack-in a lunch. If you are in the Orlando area > check out Kissimmee Lake Front Park. Newly remolded we love strolling the lakefront at night!
  2. Kite Flying! (When it’s not raining). While you are at Kissimmee Lake Front Park 😏
  3. Hiking but only short trips, since the weather can be too hot! Here are a few of my favorite short trails!
  4. Garden Festivals. Check out my Leu Gardens article here! 
  5. Speaking of festivals, we love to visit local farmers markets! Check out this new market in Winter Garden
  6. Go for a walk at a local parkD9C52831-233E-4761-9FA2-38021E8FAEC5
  7. When we are stuck inside for a rainy day, we love to work on our hobbies. You can see my most recent crafty DIY post here! My husband runs his own board gaming blog here! His hobbies include collecting, sorting and playing table top games (his collection is pretty neat!)
  8. Spend the day out of the heat and binge Netflix for the entire day. Here’s a list of my favorite shows!
  9. Explore a new ice cream or frozen yogurt shop!
  10. Do a little online shopping! 
  11. Plant a garden. Check out my patio garden for some inspo here! 
  12. Re-decorate a room
  13. It might be too hot out during the day, so find a local tour to do at night! Check out free ghost tours in your town!3967E49E-567E-4F06-84CF-D743209F6E18
  14. Visit a sunflower festival. Check out my favorite local farm here!
  15. Do anything in the water. Rent a boat, kayak or canoe and hit up a local hotspot! I personally love kayaking > check out this great paddling trail here
  16. Visit a nursery and buy some new plants! I love to collect different types of cacti! 
  17. Visit a local pool or spend they day in your own. (Check out my favorite pool floaty here!)
  18. Take a Nap! Heck, make a full day of and snuggle up in silk jammies and never leave bed.
  19. Get sick off of Java Chip Frappachinos at Starbucks
  20. Beat the heat and go ice skating at your local rink
  21. See a movie or two at your local theatre 
  22. While your at it, check out a local play! Summer theatre schedules in Orlando are always PACKED! 

What are you favorite things to do during summer? I would love to hear about them below (and add some more things to my own list!) Thank you all for reading as always! Be sure to follow me on Instagram to see all of our weekend adventures! 😘


Healthy Living : 10 Ways To Get Your Best Nights Sleep Tonight! 😴

10 Ways To Get Your Best Nights Sleep Tonight

With two full time jobs and a family to take care of, life can get in the ways of a good nights sleep. I don’t know about you, but at night I can never seem to shut it off. Remember that time I scared off that poor girl over chicken sandwiches? My mind just spins through stories, interactions ETC. Does this happen to anyone else??


ANYWAYS. Meanless to say I’m pretty much an expert (qoute me on that) on not sleeping. So here we go! Just a few of my tips and tricks on how I help myself to fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. I hope they help you too!

  1. I stop drinking any sort of caffeine after 12PM, allowing my body to filter out the coffee or matcha that I’ve had. I stick to decaffeinated teas or coffee before bed if I’m still craving it. Here’s a list of my favorite stress-relieving teas! 
  2. I always practice yoga before bed. If I’m exhausted I at least push myself to stretch for 15 minutes or more. This allows my muscles to release any tensions from sitting cooped up in my office all day. I’ve probably mentioned this little gem before, but here’s my favorite yoga mat! 
  3. I schedule a little “me time” every night by taking a long, relaxing hot bath. To help me really relax, I add in lavender epson salts to my bath too. 
  4. Turn off your electronics and read a book! An hour before bed time, I shut off everything; my phone, Apple Watch, TV, music. I even talk it a step further and start dimming the lights. Here’s a book that I just did a review on! 
  5. Set a bed time and keep it. While your at it, set a morning alarm. Check out this adorable alarm clock option from Amazon!
  6. Part of my worries that keeps me up at night is stress about the next morning. (I know that sounds crazy) So I set myself up for success; preset the coffee maker, pick out your clothes, pack your lunch and clean up your home > sometimes I even wear my gym clothes to bed so I’m ready to pop up and go! Being prepared = Less Stress = Falling asleep faster. 
  7. I’m not in anyway sponsored by this company, but I cannot live without it. Download the “Calm” app on your IPhone or Tablet and it will change your life too. The app offers guided meditations, calming music, white noise AND sleep stories. If you are like me and have a hard time falling asleep fast enough, select “Today’s Sleep Story” and you are guaranteed to fall deep asleep within minutes. Try out their free trial today!
  8. Turn down the temp! My husband and I always tap the AC to 65-70 at night. Cooler temperatures help you fall asleep faster too. Amazon currently has a deal going on with their Bluetooth enabled AC thermostat, you can check out the deal here and be able to change your home temp from bed! 
  9. (Don’t get me wrong, I love my husband). But, we are not compatible sleeping partners. Who really is though? My husband sleeps like a little bear > hot, spread out and snoring like he’s in hibernation. Me I sleep cold, curled up with Tinsel wrapped in my own heavy weighted comforter (see the blanket I use here). Everyone sleeps differently, so get your own damn blanket. (Trust me). 
  10. Can I tell you more about my blanket? I suffer from severe anxiety. Tinsel does the best she can (as my service dog), to weigh me down > she lays her heavy body on me to calm me. Sometimes, it’s just not enough. I also sleep with a weighted comforter. The weight is soothing and still manages to keep me cool > seriously check the blanket out here. 
  11. Bonus tip that you’ll love: Dark Chocolate as a late night snack. Personally? I like the baking dark chocolate chips. I place a bag in the freezer and have a table spoon before bed. Physically, chocolate is filled with those “feel good hormones” and helps me to relax. See my favorite chocolate here.

What are your favorite sleep remedies? I would love to hear about them in the comments below! Have you ever tried any of mine? Feel free to message me on our Facebook Community Page at The Tangled Tinsel! I’d like to hear if they worked or not!

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Healthy Living : The Lazy Woman’s Guide To Eating Healthy with Zero Effort 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️

Healthy eating habits you can start today with absolutly zero effort 

(Stay with me this week, I’m on a “Healthy Living” kick 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻)

I’m BUSY BUSY. Two full time jobs, a husband, a house, a dog….. I’m up to my ears in stress. But I always eat healthy and not to toot my own horn, but I’m REALLY good at it (TOOT TOOT).


I meal prep. But not in the “spend seven hours cooking on Sundays” way. I let the food do the work for me (even if it costs me just a little bit more). I spend just about 45 minutes “Meal Prepping” for the entire week and here’s how.

Breakfast (My every morning easy smoothie)

Sunday evenings after grocery shopping, scoop out 1 cup of frozen fruits, add a handful of raw spinach or kale, pour in your Carnation Instant breakfast powder into a mason jar and store in the freezer. Add a bit of milk in the morning, flip your mason jar over and pop it right on top of your blender. POOF healthy breakfast!

Sunday evening, make 5 of these and store the right in your freezer.

Here’s the shopping list:

Lunch (My spin on a pasta salad).

Just a little prep on Sunday night, make an entire box of veggie pasta and use these containers to separate out your meals. Utilize the compartments and separate out a serving of veggie pasta, raw veggies and precooked chicken.

Here’s the shopping list:

Dinner (chicken, rice and veggies).

Each morning before work we pop dinner into our crockpot. (If you are looking for a Crockpot, here’s the link to the one we use!). In the crockpot we add in two chicken breasts (frozen is best), 2 cups of chicken broth, 2 cups of water and seasonal veggies (like broccoli or sweet potatoes) and add to seasonings to taste. That’s it! Pop your crockpot on low for eight hours and leave it be. Dinner will be done when you get home 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️

Here’s the shopping list: 

Snacks (baggy these little guys when you need them)

Or keep them in your “snack bin” on your desk like I mentioned last article!

Here’s the shopping list: 

  • Bananas 
  • Squeezable Baby Food (I know it’s weird. But it’s easy to pack and it’s nutritious). Try the squeezable apple sauce with carrots. 
  • Dark Chocolate (the baking kind, because it carries less allergens)
  • Popcorn 
  • Naked Veggie Juice 👇🏻 My favorite is the Green Machine below!
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I take the lazy way out when it comes to meal prepping, so I can eat healthy and not have to do too much work. I am all about the grab’n go healthy lifestyle ✌🏻

Eating healthy doesn’t have to be a chore or even expensive! Do you have any tips and tricks on how to eat healthy on a budget? I would love to hear them below! Thank you as always for reading! If you liked this article, be sure to check out my article on shopping at Aldi! 


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Woman Crush Wednesday : An interview with Cara

This week I had the incredible pleasure of interviewing my dear friend Cara. There’s no words to truly describe how big this woman’s heart is. We met about five years ago working together part time in an administrative office and I have been captivated by her warmth and compassion ever since. Cara just has this really strange ability to put everyone and everything before herself no matter what and she always does it with a smile.
I’m really even honored to even know her, so let me tell you a little more about her ♥️

Tell me and the readers a little bit about yourself! 

I’ve been married to my husband Anthony for a year and a half.  We have two little munchkins, Liam who is 21 months and Catherine (Cate) who is 8 weeks.

I work part-time as an ICU nurse at a Level One Trauma Center and love what I do; much like parenthood, even on the most challenging days it’s still rewarding.

When I am not working I spend time exploring the great parks and activities around Orlando with the kiddos. My son Liam is very curious and loves to go on adventures, so this is something we really enjoy doing and thankfully Cate is still small enough to go along with it.

Where are you currently working or what projects are your working on?

Currently I am on maternity leave so I’m lucky enough to be able to focus my time on finding great toddler actives for my son. I often post about our adventures on my Instagram account. If you everwant to see where our adventures take us you can follow along @ Caraboo213

Where do you see yourself in the future? What would be you love to be doing if you had no limits? 

I would really like to go back to school and get my master’s degree to become a Nurse Practitioner. I have been told now is the time to do it before the kids are involved in school activities. That’s going to be my next focus for the future. 

However, if I had no limits or responsibilities I’d spend my time doing nonprofit or volunteer work for a cause that l believe in (probably something baby related) and when not doing that I’d like to spend time at the beach or on the water. 

Who inspired you in your life to choose your career path?

became a nurse because of my mom. She was a nurse too and it made such a big impact on me. I was always so proud of her. 

I think watching her example made the biggest impact on me. I’ll never forget when I was around 4 we came upon a car accident while out one day and the ambulance had not gotten there yet. A little girl (who was maybe a year or two older than myself at the time) had been thrown through the front window of her parent’s car.This was before the days of booster seats. My mom pulled over and got out to make sure the little girl was okay until help arrived. 

Another time I remember, when I was around 6 we were at a local skating rink (you know back in the dark ages before rollerblades). Someone fell and injured their ankle and my mom again was there to help before the ambulance arrived. 

Seeing my mom helping people made me want to help others too. She was a super hero in my eyes. It was the drive to help others that she taught me at such a young age that made me want to become a nurse too. 

Tell us a funny childhood memory!

It’s funny, but looking back I’m having a hard time coming up with a specific memory. Instead, I keep thinking of all the funny people I’ve known. I have always been really lucky to have amazingly funny friends in my life throughout the years. They made every day funny.

Tell the readers a fun fact about yourself!

The most random fun fact about me is that I can touch my tongue to my nose. I’m probably too proud of this. 

What woman do you look up to the most and why?

I have always looked up to my mom. She’s one of those people who will always be there for you no matter what. The kind that will give you everything even if they have nothing just to make sure you are okay. The kind that will drop anything and everything for someone she loves if they need her. She gives without taking and loves without expecting. I wish more people in the world were like her. I think the world would be a much better, much happier, and a lot kinder place. 

What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given and why?

The best advice I’ve ever been given is to let go of the mom guilt and learn to forgive yourself. I think any mom will tell you that mom guilt is real.  There isn’t a mom out there that I know of, who hasn’t experienced it. Some days as parents are better than others and sometimes we just need to cut ourselves some slack. It’s hard for me at times to take this advice to heart, but it’s sanity saving. 

What’s one piece of advice you’d give other women? 

Find your tribe. Whether it’s people at work or other moms, you need to find that tribe. I would not be the woman I am today withouta tribe of amazing women loving and supporting me and picking me up when I need it the most along the way. Having a tribe no matter how big or small means that you have someone in your corner at all times. It’s life changing. 

You recently had your second baby. How excited were you to be expanding your family again? What’s it like to be a mom of two under the age of two?

 So Much Wine!!! I’m kidding. 

I am so excited that Cate is here, but it’s a huge adjustment to go from one to two kids, especially when the first one is still pretty much a baby himself. It’s a balancing act for sure. There’s never a time when someone doesn’t need you or your toddler isn’t trying to climb on top of the sleeping baby chanting, “Baby. Baby. Baby.” over and over again. You need support and an outlet (other than wine). This is where my tribe comes in and I have found that expectations of yourself go out the window.  Dynamics change, stress levels change, but your love for your children never changes. 

(Some pictures of her ADORABLE babies 👶)

Lastly share with me your favortie qoute! 

“Turns out, not where, but who you’re with that really matters.”

Okay, so technically it’s a Dave Matthews band song lyric, but it’s probably one of the truest things I’ve ever heard. It’s making memories with people I love that means the most to me, it doesn’t matter where we are as long as we are together. 

Be sure to follow Cara on all of her adventures on Instagram @ Caraboo213

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