Disclosure: This article on buying your teenager a car is written in partnership with University Motor Company.
I can’t even believe it’s time for me to start contemplating this. It seems like just yesterday we were in middle school creating a savings plan for his first car. In my mind that was decades away. But. Here we are. This summer my oldest baby will be celebrating his 16th birthday and I am being bombarded with the question from family and friends,
Disclosure: This article on how we are preparing for our summer road trips is written in partnership with Bluff Road Auto Sales.
Summer is quickly approaching and my children and I are counting down the days. We have declared that this summer we are getting out of the house and exploring our state. During Spring Break we had the opportunity to be tourists in my home town of Charleston, South Carolina and we’re ready to expand our horizons.
Disclosure: This article is written in partnership with Bluff Road Auto Sales.
In my family and circle of friends it’s not a secret that when it comes to vehicles, I hold on to them way longer than I should. (Remember my current vehicle was one I drove in high school … GASP!)
Is it Time to Buy Another Vehicle?
If you’re like me, you may have an aversion to car loans.
Recently I shared that our family was contemplating adding a new-to-us vehicle to our household. My oldest will be able to get his license this fall (GASP!) and as I travel more it is important to have a reliable vehicle for long-distance travels.
Therefore the opportunity to work with University Motor Company here in Columbia, South Carolina came at the perfect time for me. I recently had the opportunity to sit down with the owner and tour their facilities.
2017 is the year that I most likely will need to buy a pre-owned vehicle and put my beloved “Black Beauty” to rest after almost 16 years of service.
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This is definitely not an easy decision, but as I grow within my business it is essential that I have reliable transportation.
This past weekend I was in Auntie mode and found myself in need of lactation rooms to feed and comfort my 3-month-old nephew in a quiet (and cool) space while we were running errands. I’ve been out of the newborn mode for quite a few years and forgotten that finding a place was often easier said than done.
Where can moms go in Columbia to feed and nurture their little ones while they are enjoying the great sights of our city?
Hard to believe that January is over! The first month of 2015 is coming to an end. When I reflect on the month, I am amazed at how much has been jammed into this month. My focus word for 2015 is being INTENTIONAL and for January many of my activities centered around compiling my SMART goals and establishing a routine and accountability for them.
I hosted a vision board party for a group of awesome Divas here in Columbia,