Southern Living

with Lauren

I don't have an accent, y'all do.

Tennessee Raised, Currently Bama Living.

Nomad coach's wife staying rooted in my Southern Lifestyle.

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July 2, 2018

Deep sea fishing requires 3 things:

1. A strong stomach (the smell isn't great and sea sickness is real), or sea bands - these are amazing! I can handle almost anything with those on! Side note, also great for pregnant ladies! I have these.

2. Stamina for heat. We went on a smooth water day which is great for sea sickness, but the counter is no breeze! We did an eight hour trip this time, and even though the cabin is air conditioned, reeling in/fighting with a 20+ pound for hours on in is exhausti...

June 22, 2018

When Camp was three months old we ventured out on our first family beach vacation. I won't lie to you, it wasn't

great. I soon realized heat + sand + humidity + baby = disaster. At that age babies can't regulate their internal temperature so I was constantly worried he was over heating, having too much breeze from the fan stuck in his face, or going to be sick to his stomach from the milk souring on his stomach. All in all, in a six day period he went to the beach for approximately one hour. 👎


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