My Christmas Vacation

It was a surprisingly good Christmas. Not that I have had bad ones. The past few years, they have been full of amazing memories. It’s just that this Christmas seemed more practical. We accepted the gifts we got and gave the people we care about gifts that they would actually use. I am guilty of last minute shopping. My payday has always fallen around Christmas Eve. SO I have to trek to every single busy store and fall back on my savings. This time around,however, I planned and set a budget, thanks to cash only purchases. I was still wary of Target credit card hack, even though majority of the stores I went to had new credit card systems. Any who, it was awesome and I tried to document it as much as possible with my camera. It was great practice and it was nice to hang out with my mom while she was sick.

So here are a few photos that I snapped of the Christmas.

It was an amazing day and it was great to spend time with my family. I did get a bit depressed when we didn’t hear from my sister, but I caught a second wind to get things done and I am hoping that I can keep my spirits up for the rest of my break.

Until next time! I hope you all enjoy my little Christmas gallery and I hope you all had a wonderful holiday or just a regular day!

Vacations are like unexplained math problems

I love to be away from it all. To visit and see new and exciting places for just one bit. It seems I wouldn’t know how to do that if it hit me in the ass. Planning that is. I have so many ideas of where I want to travel, but this thing called procrastination withholds me from completing it.

Sad. Really sad.

So I have taken some time off to do 5ks and to go to concerts. However, those are in town. What about out of town?

Where do I go for a real vacation outside of my comfort zone?

New Orleans
Colorado
California

Different festivals and exciting venues occur in theses areas…I just need to step it up a bit.