Category Archives: Des Moines

6 Things I’ve Learned After a Year of Working from Home

You guys, I’ve made it a full 13+ months of working from home full time! So I thought it was a good time to reflect back on everything and share what the whole experience has taught me… Working from home … Continue reading

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Another Day, Another Maimed Critter…

So I’d say my dogs are cold-blooded murderers, but if my years as a crime-drama aficionado have taught me anything, it’s that if there’s no body, it’s not murder. Let me catch you up: First, let’s go back a few … Continue reading

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This Hasn’t Been Easy…

So the blog has been silent for a bit, and I’d like to say it’s because we’re so busy falling in love with our new city and making SO MANY amazing new friends, that I just haven’t had time to … Continue reading

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Dog Daycare & Boarding: A Love/Hate Relationship

You may have noticed I haven’t posted in a few weeks… Sorry about that! Between driving back to Kansas City for work, driving to Chicago for a wedding, and finally driving to Kansas City then flying to Dallas for another … Continue reading

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“How are the boys doing?”

It’s the second question I’ve been asked from all my friends and family the past few weeks. The first, of course, is “How’s Des Moines?” To which I respond, “I mean… it’s smaller. But really cute?” Why I have been … Continue reading

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Welcome to Our Sort of Fairytail

Well, it’s official. We’ve moved to Des Moines and I’ve started a blog. I haven’t yet figured out exactly what I want this to be, but I can tell you this much: I’ll probably write a lot about our lives, … Continue reading

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