We’re sisters and we’ve always been really close, despite our nine year age difference. Being cut from the same cloth means that we tend to struggle with some of the same things in life. Like getting places on time, being prepared for a busy, setting a good schedule, and sticking to plans. We spend a lot of time talking about all the changes we need to make, but most of the time sink back into our old habits. We decided to make this blog to challenge ourselves. We need to become big girls and we thought you might enjoy watching our struggle.
We won’t always succeed, and it won’t always be pretty, but we’re going to tackle things like personal finance, health and beauty, organization, and personal relationships.
I’m a 30 year old IT type girl that loves technology, politics, crafts, and television. I’m loud around my friends and shy with strangers. I have a great set of friends and an amazing family. I guess I’m pretty much your average girl, with a few quirky personality traits. I’m divorced, so my life is open to all sorts of new possibilities.
Weak spots: Sticking to routine, will-power, and doing what’s right for myself versus what might be right for others.
Positive points: Kind and giving, smart, and a great ability to develop massive schemes
Us! (We’re massive dorks)
Rochelle: The early nineties were so good to us.
Marissa: Actually, I was adorable.
Rochelle: That’s because you were like 4, and I was in middle school. Enough said.
Marissa: And here we are years later, after I got a journalism scholarship.
Rochelle: And I’m jealous because I was a journalism school drop out.
Marissa: Yeah, but I have no idea what I’m going to do with my degree.
Rochelle: You know what dad would say…’you can always sell cheese.’
Marissa: What does that even mean?
Rochelle: It’s a long story.