Rochelle

Rochelle
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Rochelle is a desert-rat from Arizona who kept moving north until she hit Colorado Springs; good luck getting her to leave now. She wasted no time snagging her husband under the pretense of athleticism and outdoorsy-ness. Among other things, eleven years of marriage has yielded two beautiful daughters, Harper and Quinn. Momming these super-sassy littles is her biggest adventure yet, and provides for some serious writing material. Rochelle works out of the home also, and has a diverse background in public relations, social work, student advising, youth ministry and pyrotechnics. She is presently finishing up her MBA and is juggling all of it fairly well for a person with little to no hand-eye-coordination. She is a firm believer that it takes a village to raise a child and she is beyond grateful for hers.
travel

Tips from a Travel Snob: A Few of my Favorite Things

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If you have read any of my other blogs, you know I love to travel.  I love the idea of spontaneity, but I am also a severe planner.  Like, one of those planner-people who...
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My Audible Addiction

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There is nothing I love more than curling up on the couch, in a blanket on an overcast day with a warm beverage and reading a book. The familiar smell and the feel of the...

New Year, New Me! (And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves…)

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OK, so the title might sound a bit harsh. But, really... we do like to take the opportunity to dream a little and make big plans and goals, don’t we? It’s because dreaming and goal...
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Visual Goal Setting – Yes, I’m Still Doing a Vision Board for 2021

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Goal Setting. I think to one extent or another, everyone does this.  Whether it is structured or not is really a matter of intention. Since becoming a parent, my goal setting has had to become hyper-intentional,...
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Gifting Hope in 2020

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So, Christmas time is coming up.  It is just about my favorite time of year.  I don’t know about you, but I do like to spread my spending out over a few months to...
travel kids

Bug-Out Bags: Making Travel with Kids a Little Easier

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Kids and travel. Travel and kids. This is a serious subject in my household. My grandmother was a travel agent for years and she taught me all of the shortcuts.  We LOVE to travel, and with kids...
i don't know

Embracing this Year’s “I Don’t Know”

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“I don’t know.” These words are powerful. Do you feel emotion around these words?  What does it feel like for you to say these words? To your boss? Your spouse? A client? Your friend?  Your children? What...
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Listen Again…

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She should be sleeping in her own bed... I know it. But I don't really care. I have been out of pocket for almost a week for one reason or another.I'm tired; I'm emotionally...
fashion

Back to School Fashion Infusion

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My youngest will be going into kindergarten this fall.  This is my baby.  And the last one in our household to experience this milestone for the first time.  But (and I know I don’t...
July Fourth

July Fourth Reflections from your local Pyrotechnician

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Our family takes July Fourth pretty seriously. But we have always done Independence Day a little differently than the average family. When my husband and I were engaged, he received a call from his family...