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Stuff You May Know & Things You Might Not

Hi friends! 

So it's been floating around blogland a bit that people miss the old way of blogging, and I can't help but agree. Remember six years ago when blogging was a glimpse inside someone's life? I see people questioning why it's not like that anymore, and honestly the answer is quite simple.

Six years ago there weren't 1.2 million different ways to share a snapshot of your life.

I sat down this morning ready to share what's been up in my corner of the web when I realized y'all already know. 

Productivity Hack: Take The Decision Away From The Moment

Okay, so I've been pulling myself out of a bit of a system breakdown lately.

Confession: I've never been the kind of person to procrastinate. I like knowing what I need to do and when I need to do it, and I definitely don't like leaving things to the last minute. That's when my Anxiety Ninja comes out to play, and I hate that bitch.

A Year Without Football

At the end of July, football wives around the world kissed their husbands goodbye as they walked out the door for the start of training camp, the beginning of another season.

July 31st was an important day in the Hodges household, too. It officially marked an entire year without football. For one whole year, I've known when my husband would be coming home. I didn't eat my meals alone, and our Saturdays were filled with laziness and coupley things. All things I longed for all five years we wore the football title.

Back to Real Life

Okay, so I've been a little MIA for a hot minute. Apologies, really. I could give you all the standard excuses like I just launched a business or I've been writing my little heart out elsewhere, and while that's all true, it's not why I haven't been here.

The Truth Behind My Feelings of Inadequacy

I'm going to be really honest here. Until recently, I didn't think I was worth all that much. That might be a harsh thing to admit, but if I felt that way, chances are someone else does, too. And I think it's important for me to share this story if that's the case.