Top Places To Visit In Maine

Visiting Maine anytime soon and looking for things to do?

I know there's a lot of history here I just don't know a lot of it. It's sad I've lived in Southern Maine all of my life and have never really visited shops on the coast or anything like that.
I started asking around for ideas and received enough input to start a good list, adding details as I researched.
I hope you enjoy checking these places out and don't forget to support each one by liking their facebook pages provided!

In Case You Wanted To Know...

First of all, let me say that when I look at my life as a whole, I am happy. I have a very supportive husband, a beautiful baby girl, and great family and friends. I know I have many things to be thankful for and I am aware that there are others out there who have it worse than I do. When I think about all of that, it makes me happy and thankful. I also feel like you should be happy with yourself, but when I think about myself, it’s a very different story. 

Top Reasons You May Not Be Getting the Job

The process of job hunting is tough. You fill out bunches of applications, send your resume, even land a couple interviews, but with no success. You may also feel like you’re getting the run-around.

Top Ten Must Haves for Babies under a year old

When I was a soon to be mom, I remember wondering what the baby would need for the first year and not knowing where to start. It was so overwhelming when the registries would try to "help" by suggesting the bunches of things you will "need", when in all reality, we didn't use half of their suggestions. So here is my list of the top things you will want to add to your registry!

My Email to Southern Maine Healthcare About My Stay (A Birth Story)

To Whom It May Concern,
  I wanted to leave feedback on my recent birthing experience from June 7th-12th. I hope this finds the right department. The customer cards were too small.

When Is It OK to Let Go Of Toxic People?

You ever hear of the saying "Misery Loves Company"? That couldn't be more true. It feels like a constant battle to try and surround myself with happy people. Especially in this day and age, with the world the way it is, and how difficult it is to live these days, even the happiest people have their days. But what about those people that have "those days" every day? They make no attempt to try and be happy and you find them constantly bringing you down, you start to question your own thoughts and behaviors?

When is it ok to ween out those people in my life that exhibit toxic behavior?

The "D" Word

I'm probably going to get a lot of scrutiny for what I'm about to say, but I have never been one to understand depression. In my personal opinion, depression is a state of mind that you can easily put yourself in. It's easy to be unhappy and it's your responsibility to try to find positives in life to look towards and make life seem a little better. I have been diagnosed with depression for a long time but am lucky enough that I found ways to cope without medication.