This weekend we celebrated movies with the Oscars. I had never actually watched the Oscars before, but because bae and I watch so many movies, it seemed fitting that we watch, to see if any of our favorites made it.
I’m gonna go ahead and say that we’re pretty good critics. *winky face*
What a more perfect way to celebrate Valentine’s than with a movie date with you and you’re special person! Lucky for me, I get to go on a movie date with bae almost weekly!
This weekend, we went and watched Isn’t It Romantic and The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part. I also went to an early screening of How to Train Your Dragon a couple weeks ago so we’ll include that one as well since it comes out this weekend.
Ready for another San Antonio brunch recommendation???
This time we are moving a little deeper into Downtown San Antonio with Rosella at the Rand. If you live in San Antonio, you might have heard of this little café, since they have a few locations. And while all the locations are pretty good, today I’m going to focus on their newest location in the historic Rand building.
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that this is my favorite time of the year! Here in Texas, there are rodeos in San Antonio, Austin, Dallas/Ft Worth and Houston. I still haven’t been to the one in DFW, but I’ve been to all the others at least once! And since I live in San Antonio now, I’ve been going to that one for the past couple of years.
This past weekend, I took my family to their first San Antonio rodeo and they loved it! If you’ve never been, let me give you a little break down on what goes on. Each rodeo ticket comes with a concert and entry into the fairgrounds.
New year, new me, right? As cliché as it may sound, I think this IS the perfect time to commit to being a better version of yourself. We all have so much more to learn and grow, and a new year gives us that opportunity!
This post is not going to be about new years resolutions specifically, but rather on advice on how to keep yourself motivated throughout the year. New years resolutions are great, but rarely do we keep them. Why is that? I’ve been listening to a lot of motivational speakers lately and they all come to a consensus that we all get discouraged and stop. Raise your hand if this has happened to you? I know it has happened to me. Many times. So what can you do?