Happy Halloween From ParadiseRoads: Werewolf

Happy Halloween guys! Let me just say that time is flying by. I can’t believe it’s already Oct. 31st. Does that mean tomorrow I can start jamming out to Christmas music!? Maybe not, but today I’m going to sit back and enjoy all this Halloween madness. This year my work department decided to come up […]

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Making It With Mom: Fudge Brownies

I don’t know what it is, but I’m having a hard time writing anything about this awesome brownie, so I’m going to keep it short and sweet today! Get it? ha! Anyways, nothing brings people together like food and desserts! However, noting brings people together like a funeral either. Unfortunately, this past weekend, this has brought […]

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4 Favorite Reads This Fall Season

Down south warm winds, whirling leaves as cars pass on my country road and the smell of wood burning on a fire next door. The sun set peeks through my window and that is where you will find me, cuddled up in one of my mom’s throw blankets, soaking up a good book. As of […]

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A Weekend In The Country

A few weeks back I spent a morning with one of my dear friends. She lives in the countryside surrounded by beautiful woods and dirt roads. This corner of the world will always have my heart with the memories I have shared with her since childhood. I’m hoping to move back in the country one […]

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Six Items On My Fall Essential List

This Fall I’m showing myself a little love with these great fall essentials. I’m starting with fire. Literately. I have two scenes that I can’t live without Amber Wood and Frankincense. I recommend both for this time of year and did you know that Frankincense is a stress reliever? Yep! It’s a fact Jack! It […]

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How Do You Keep Staying Strong From Season to Season

How do you keep staying strong after something dramatizing happens in your life? If you know the answer please tell me! I love this time of year, just at the start of the season changing, when everything is a little golden at the edges. The afternoons getting a little darker slowly, more gloomy and deep […]

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