Partner in Crime: Traveling Companions

Partner in Crime: Traveling Companions

Nothing sets your ideal partner in crime a part from the crowd when you become traveling companions. Traveling tests your plans and spontaneity. And, if you’ve done any type of traveling, you quickly figure out who you like to travel with and who you’d literally run away from if they said, “So I was wondering…” *you run away* And when I say traveling, it absolutely includes road trips, train trips, walking trips, and plane trips. If your body is moving,...
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What’s The Best Reading Position?

What's The Best Reading Position?

What’s the best position for reading? I received an email recently from someone telling me how she struggled to find a comfortable position to read in. If she lay on her stomach, eventually her back would begin aching. If she read on her back, her arms grew weary under the weight of the book (and gravity). She flattered me then, asking what a great reader like me did. Great reader? Did you hear that? Hehe. *blushes* Have you ever wondered...
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Partner in Crime: The Art of Sehn

Partner in Crime: The Art of Sehn

The protagonist of my first book series (not available yet) is a 20-something with a degree in art and a job that pays the bills (ya need that!). But her dream is to make a living from her artwork. Other than occasional art classes during my schooling days, I have little training in art or knowledge of the art community. And yet, I’ve been writing a book about a wannabe artist. Yeah, I hear those squealing brakes. That’s why I...
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Recommended: Cozumel ATV Jungle Adventure by Wild Tours

I’m a Suburban girl. I was voted most likely not to be able to rough it. Honesty, that vote surprised me because as a kiddo I loved to play outside just like all the other kids. I had just as many scabby knees. As an adult, my sense of adventure needs constant stretching, and I have this mantra of doing the things that scare me. I have this mantra of doing the things that scare me. Click To Tweet That...
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How To Find A Partner-in-Crime

Partner-in-Crimes are imperative for extroverts (“all-night party!”) and introverts (“let’s read in the same room”) alike. We’re happier if we have someone to share life with (otherwise, I’m on social media sharing about my “amazing solo breakfast” and hoping for some comments). Partner-in-Crimes are imperative for extroverts (“all-night party!”) and introverts (“let’s read in… Click To Tweet I’m writing this because I’m the newbie in town again and maybe a bit like the prodigal friend returned, it’s hard to know where I fit. It’s...
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Partner in Crime: The Sister PIC Package

This series is all about exploring the partners in crime you and I have in our lives. One of the things I want to do is create fun care package ideas for each type of partner in crime in my life. These packages will vary, meaning some will only be brainstormed and not implemented while others will have already been sent. And honestly, I thought it might be best to start with a Partner in Crime (PIC) Package for my...
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Top 10 Partner in Crime Movies

Absolutely and totally according to me. Now, let me be clear on something here. For me, the term “partner in crime” has nothing to do with committing crimes. It’s more about that person who is your co-adventurer, your shenanigator, your person. They’re your gang all in one person. They’re the one (or two or three) that walks through the good and bad times with you. I’m going to list my favorite duos or trios or groups in the following movies,...
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Partner in Crime: More Than One

There’s this theory going around that we need more than one person to satisfy our complex personalities and interests. Oh, wow. Hold up. Yes, I’m talking about community. We’ve depleted the ology of The One for romantic relationship (once you’ve found a life partner, you still need your girls and your guys), but let’s deplete the idea of The One Best Friend for our ideas on friendship, too. There is absolutely no way that only one person could be a...
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Partner in Crime

Everyone should have one. At least one. A Partner in Crime. Okay, I’m not encouraging that you go all Thelma and Louise on the world, even if we could really use a bit more “justice” in some situations. But what I’m saying is we all need a person in each season of life who will be your crony in shenanigans, your comrade in capers, your accomplice in mischievousness. You’ve heard it before, but Batman and Robin. Sherlock and Watson. Emma and Liv (Bride Wars)....
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