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September Goals

At the beginning of every month on Randomly Yaya, I shared my goals as a way to motivate myself and be accountable to someone. I will be continuing to share my goals here and hope that you will share yours as well. We can be accountability partners to each other. I didn’t make any goals in August because my focus was on the blog rebranding. However, I did make goals in July that I didn’t exactly meet. My plan in July was to sit down with a financial advisor and work out a plan for paying off some debt and increasing my savings. Unfortunately, that did not happen. I also wanted to start working out again. I worked out maybe a total of 4 times in August and I can’t even tell you how many times I did in July, but I’m pretty sure it was less than five. However,…

Life Sure is Sweet

The past two weeks have been a whirlwind for me. I accepted a new position as a Trade Show Operations Manager for a great company, making a major move career-wise. I was working on the launch of La Vida Dulce and then a week later I get news that my grandfather passed away. At first, I was in denial. I didn’t want to tell anyone because I thought, if I don’t say it out loud, then maybe it won’t be true. As the week progressed and I made travel plans for my family to return back to the Mid-West to pay our respects to my grandfather, the realization of his death hit me. Saying goodbye to this man who meant so much in my life was my top priority, so the launch of this blog was put on the back burner. My grandfather and I had always had this SPECIAL…

15 Reasons Why I Don’t Want to be 40 and Single

This post was originally published on Randomlyyaya.com and was one of my most popular posts, so I had to share it with you here.

I’ve been talking about why I don’t want to be 40 and single for months now. I’ve played around with the idea of this post for a long time. And since it’s my birthday week, it seemed fitting to share the post as I get a year closer to 40. I must add a disclaimer before I continue. Everything in this post is strictly my opinion and based off things that I have experienced or people I know personally. I am not making a blanket statement, this is just my point of view.

Here’s the reasons why I don’t want to be 40 and single.

1. The dating pool sucks. Let’s be real. The dating pool isn’t that great once you’re in your mid-30s. Most of the good men are already taken, remarried or gay. It’s hard to find a man who doesn’t come with baggage, who has no kids or has never been married. Not that those things are bad, I just find it easier to date someone without those things.