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3/23/19  —  “I know it can be tricky, but I’ll be there to catch you. And you’ll find your baby, you don’t need to worry ‘cause one day you’ll find home.”

Home ownership. Sometimes I feel it’s a blessing, and other days a complete nightmare. On good days, you sit back after you spent hours deep cleaning and feel so blessed that it’s YOURS. You come home to your things, your comfort, your hideaway. You can do whatever you want and no one will tell you ‘no’. Then you have days where your roof is leaking, your heat doesn’t work, fun things called taxes, your dryer doesn’t dry, and your dishwasher flood; and you need to rely on YOU because you don’t have a landlord to come and fix anything. 

I was thinking a lot about this because we are coming up to our one year house-iversary. – We I put a lot of blood, sweat and tears into this home. The before and afters are pretty remarkable if I do say so myself. [Maybe I’ll post those at some point] It’s just a huge responsibility. It’s definitely not as easy as it’s made out to look in TV shows and movies, and it’s certainly not like renting / apartment living. I never really relied on my parents when I got older. Not only did they have the financial ability to support me, but I also needed to escape that environment. I learned you need to work for what you want, and work hard. 

I always wanted to own my own home. It’s definitely an accomplishment, and I hate to sound petty and not grateful, because I absolutely am. It’s just hard. I know there were countless nights in my past where it would keep my up at night wondering “Will I ever fall in love?” “Will I ever live with someone?” “Will I ever get married and own a home?” No one can answer those questions right now, but I can tell you … it’s worth the wait. Don’t rush it. Don’t dwell on it. When it happens, it will feel that much better, even if your dishwasher smokes when you use it :) One day you’ll find home. 

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About Me

Hi! I’m Sabrina.

A little bit about me if you don’t already know; I am 22 years old and have a degree in Business Management with an emphasis in Global Supply Chain Management. For work, I’m now finally on first shift at a transportation company here in Green Bay, WI. (I worked third shift for over a year up until right about now, so my previous blog posts that I transfer to Tumblr will talk about my third shift life). I also model for a lingerie boutique in the area as well as some online clothing companies. I also have an extraordinary husband. Rarely do I even call him by his name so you all will know him as “Baby.” It’s cheesy to some, but he really is my big baby. “S’mom” is my main role every other week when we have my 4-year-old step-son with us. You all will know him as “Nugget” and I love him as much as I love his father. We have all been together since September 3rd, 2017. We bought a house and got married summer of 2018.

I love reading, modeling, writing, baking, music, cleaning, and shopping when the budget allows it. My greatest obsessions are coffee and chai tea lattes, the show Friends, and highlight. I am very much a wife/mother type of girl and really enjoy taking care of the people I love.

Most wouldn’t consider my upbringing or current lifestyle normal but I appreciate the obstacles I have had to overcome because they have made me who I am now. Growing up as the oldest of my siblings made me the great listener, problem solver, and caretaker I am today. As I grew up, my parents placed a lot of pressure on me to be (let’s face it) perfect and it honestly made me feel weak when I didn’t have the answers. Often times I never asked anyone for guidance because I felt I had to decipher issues on my own, and I did. Looking back, this is what lead me to being the listener; someone who people can come to and talk with. I’ve been asked for advice on so many different life topics and daily encounters over the course of my teenage years and into my adult life. Through all of this, I’ve grown to love helping people discover how to be happy and to live their best life by drawing off of my own experiences.

By no means am I an expert in anything. I will never have all the answers but I have so much perspective to offer the world. I’m just a woman in my 20’s trying to navigate life. We are expected to grow up and master everything we do in the matter of a few years between graduating high school and going to college or entering the workforce of society. As readers, I want you to know that it’s okay if you don’t know what you’re doing or if you don’t know how to handle everything. I’m definitely not well-versed in most of what life throws at me; I’m only 22. As young as I am though, I have been through my fair share and I’d like to think I’m doing an okay job at figuring it out. I want to share my life with you and hopefully I can help you figure yours out, too.