I know it is early Thursday morning and my post are normally up when it is the middle of the week. So, I do apologize and hope you can forgive me. However, this week I want you to get to know me a little better! I thought it would be fun to do a post about the 5 Things I Can’t Live Without, and maybe I will do this every year and see how it changes over time!
I love giving advice and sharing stories on the blog. I also enjoy the challenging SEO and figuring out how successful my post will do with the online world, but this time I wanted to go old-school and just give you all an inside scoop on things I (currently, because of course things change/people change) can’t live without.
Let’s dive in (to the 5 Things I Can’t Live Without)
I could not live without the Original G, my main mans GOD. I don’t believe in being overly religious and always quoting the scripture, but I am a strong believer in having a relationship with God.I could not live without the Original G, my main mans GOD. I don't believe in being overly religious and always quoting the scripture, but I am a strong believer in having a relationship with God. Click To Tweet
MY iPHONE 7 PLUS
Ok, so…call me superficial, but um it is 2017, and we are always on our cell phones. It is a common way to conduct business, promote, marketing, keep in contact, email, create, engage, shop, take photos, get directions, and more. So, let’s say it is a survival guide and that is why it is on my list.
I love my family so much! I don’t know what I’d do without them. I swear they are there right when I need them and at a perfect time. My mom is my older me. She is classy, funny, crazy, and a good ole time. My brother is taller than me and growing so fast I want to cry. My dad is getting old, but still acting youthful. My family is why I moved to San Antonio!
Is this one kind of obvious? I mean obviously, you can’t live without money. You literally need money to survive. I don’t think I need to explain why I can’t live without it. I am not even one to buy a bunch of expensive things. I prefer the more affordable way of life, such as Ross, Target (sometimes), TJ Maxx, Thrift Store, I think you get my drift.
I am huge on saving money, I have always been that way. There is also a post on Saving Money in College here.
I watch all of my shows on Hulu and Netflix (unless it is a CBS show because you know how they are). I started getting into Netflix my freshman year of college and Hulu my senior year of college. I watch it more than regular TV simply because I HATE commercials and my schedule is not convenient with TV schedules. Plus, I constantly rewatch episodes of The Office.