June’s Favorite Things

Today I’m linking up with Ashley over at Dancing with Ashley

1) Working part-time at Subway. I like food service, I think it’s fun. And, I baked my first bread ever! And the fact that my boss not only owns the Subway, but also a frozen yogurt store a few blocks away which means 50% frozen yogurt this summer for me and my husband!!!

2) These movies I was able to watch over Netflix. I’ve wanted to see them all and now I have! Yaay me!

3) These books I have read/am starting to read. For my review on The Secret History of the World, go here. I just finished The Happiness Project and my review will come next week. I am currently little more half-way done with Life of Pi.

4) My new writing gig at Femiology.com

5) Going to 7 Peaks water park.

6) Doing 2 yard sales.

7) Watching America’s Got Talent and Jackie Chan Adventures with my husband.

8) Getting hired for full-time English teaching position at a charter school in West Jordan (as of 4 days ago!). More info on that to come!

9) Going to the Blogger shindig at Apricot Lane and meeting new bloggers. It was a little nerve wracking as I have less than 40 followers and the only two people I knew there have 400 and 900 followers (bigger bloggers than I am by far). It also seemed a lot of fashion bloggers were there and I am by no means a fashion blogger, nor a big blogger. But, it was fun nonetheless. I put myself out there, talked to people I didn’t know, and found some new blogs to follow!
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Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.


  1. Congrats on your teaching job! Can't wait to hear more 🙂 And yay for Subway – my best friend's dad owned a couple when we were in high school, and we would ALWAYS go there for food 🙂 The best!

  2. Ramen Girl was pretty funny–Hotel Rwanda was so horrifying–I had to watch it in school, and wow, that's hard. I never ever knew about that happening–it was in my lifetime but I was little.

    Hurray for getting a teaching job!

  3. So glad to find your blog and meet you at the Apricot Lane blogger meet up. I have been wanting to read Life of Pi, interested to hear what you thought of it.


    1. I will have my review of the book and the movie up on Friday. Watch for it! =) Glad we met! Love your outfits on your blog, by the way! Make sure you join up in some way (GFC, bloglovin, etc)!

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