Phew. Another Thanksgiving is in the books. Can you believe it?! As we head into a new decade (I have a feeling that 2020 is going to be LIT!), I’m focusing on making plenty of wonderful memories to close out the year. Thanksgiving 2019 was one to remember. Not because it was super crazy or dramatic or over the top, but because I was HAPPY in every sense of the word. I cannot tell you the last time I was legitimately happy around this time of year.
The spookiest holiday of the year can be extra fun when it’s celebrated with a four-legged friend by your side. Whether your pet is the quiet, cuddly type or an outgoing party pooch, there are a number of great ways to celebrate the scary season. Here are eight dog-friendly Halloween activities filled with plenty of spooks, light-hearted fun and surprises.
I’m personally not a fan of the word “resolutions.” I prefer “goals.” I think the word goals is more action based. Goals are plans with a deadline – plans that we can write down and work toward. I have many goals and plans for 2019, and if you haven’t set yours yet I’ve developed a list of New Year’s goals for you and your dog!
For the first time in my Christmas-loving life, I am relieved that the holiday is over. I’ve always been obsessed with everything revolving around Christmas. However, 2018 was such a crappy, difficult year, that at this point I’m just ready for 2019 to be here. During the holiday season this year I was on an extremely tight budget and often times I was feeling alone, two things that make Christmas very stressful for people. Although I was almost counting down the days until December 26th, I did end up having a wonderful Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with very special people in my life. And of course, everything is okay when I have my son 🙂