2021 / Mainly Marta :: A Motherhood + Lifestyle Blog



What started as a digital diary to document a newfound journey as a stay at home mom / wife has quickly evolved into my own little corner on the internet where I share all that life brings my way -- the good, the bad, and those "aha!" moments. All with a hint of sarcasm, a dash of truth and bold European wit. Thanks for following along!


resurrection sunday; the message.

it has all led to this moment.

He tore the veil on Friday.
He conquered death on Saturday.
And today, the tomb is empty.

we. are. free.
y’all, death could not hold Him.
and that means we are accounted for — always.

the word of God is eternal.
the rock of ages fulfilled the prophecies.
and mercy came cloaked in glory.

from here on out, the precious blood of Jesus hovers over you. you are washed white as snow. you are alive in Him.


what makes this act even more amazing is that you have the choice to walk towards the alter or walk away from it.

the law no longer forbids it.
the veil is no longer there.
death is no longer taunting you.
you get to decide how you react to His mercy.

to know that my Savior died for the world knowing full well that there would be people who would reject Him still — there is no other love like the love He holds for us.

so today, I implore you to draw near to the one who set you free. He is standing at the door of your heart, knocking — answer that call.

once you do, there will be a shift.
because there is power knowing that He is walking alongside you.

I’m not going to tell you that once you start walking with Jesus, things will fall into place and life gets easier because it won’t.

the world is a dark place filled with trials / tribulations. Hardships will still come, but I can promise you that no matter what evil / dark season you may encounter, from here on out, He will shine light on your path.

when you are weak, you can lean on the One who paid it all.

when you want to give up, He will carry you through.

when there seems to be no way, God will make a way.

and when death creeps at your door, you don’t have to be afraid because He conquer it all.

so choose love today, friends.
let that cloak of mercy wrap around your shoulders.
may you be finally be free.

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the world in waiting on Saturday; a reminder.

as we're waiting for resurrection Sunday, one thought comes to mind. 
it seems to be a repeated theme in the Bible that God will make a way when there seems like there is no other way.

𝘸𝘩𝘦𝘯 π˜‹π˜’π˜·π˜ͺπ˜₯ 𝘧𝘒𝘀𝘦π˜₯ 𝘒 𝘨π˜ͺ𝘒𝘯𝘡.
𝘸𝘩𝘦𝘯 π˜‹π˜’π˜―π˜ͺ𝘦𝘭 𝘸𝘒𝘴 𝘡𝘩𝘳𝘢𝘴𝘡 π˜ͺ𝘯𝘡𝘰 𝘒 π˜₯𝘦𝘯 𝘰𝘧 𝘭π˜ͺ𝘰𝘯𝘴.
𝘸𝘩𝘦𝘯 π˜‘π˜°π˜―π˜’π˜© 𝘸𝘒𝘴 𝘴𝘸𝘒𝘭𝘭𝘰𝘸𝘦π˜₯ 𝘣𝘺 𝘡𝘩𝘦 𝘸𝘩𝘒𝘭𝘦.
𝘸𝘩𝘦𝘯 π˜‘π˜°π˜£ 𝘭𝘰𝘴𝘡 𝘦𝘷𝘦𝘳𝘺𝘡𝘩π˜ͺ𝘯𝘨.
𝘸𝘩𝘦𝘯 π˜”π˜°π˜΄π˜¦π˜΄ 𝘩π˜ͺ𝘡 𝘡𝘩𝘦 π˜™π˜¦π˜₯ 𝘴𝘦𝘒.
𝘸𝘩𝘦𝘯 π˜‘π˜°π˜΄π˜¦π˜±π˜© 𝘸𝘒𝘴 𝘴𝘰𝘭π˜₯ 𝘣𝘺 𝘩π˜ͺ𝘴 𝘣𝘳𝘰𝘡𝘩𝘦𝘳𝘴.
𝘸𝘩𝘦𝘯 π˜™π˜Άπ˜΅π˜©’𝘴 𝘩𝘢𝘴𝘣𝘒𝘯π˜₯ π˜₯π˜ͺ𝘦π˜₯ 𝘒𝘯π˜₯ 𝘴𝘩𝘦 𝘸𝘒𝘴 𝘭𝘦𝘧𝘡 𝘸π˜ͺ𝘡𝘩 𝘯𝘰𝘡𝘩π˜ͺ𝘯𝘨.
𝘸𝘩𝘦𝘯 𝘚𝘩𝘒π˜₯𝘳𝘒𝘀𝘩, π˜”π˜¦π˜΄π˜©π˜’π˜€π˜© 𝘒𝘯π˜₯ 𝘈𝘣𝘦π˜₯𝘯𝘦𝘨𝘰 𝘸𝘩𝘦𝘳𝘦 𝘡𝘩𝘳𝘰𝘸𝘯 π˜ͺ𝘯𝘡𝘰 𝘒 𝘧π˜ͺ𝘦𝘳𝘺 𝘧𝘢𝘳𝘯𝘒𝘀𝘦.
𝘸𝘩𝘦𝘯 𝘡𝘩𝘦 𝘸𝘰𝘳𝘭π˜₯ 𝘬π˜ͺ𝘭𝘭𝘦π˜₯ 𝘒 𝘚𝘒𝘷𝘰π˜ͺ𝘳.

all of those moments signaled the end.

I find it interesting that in the moments leading up to these crucial climactic points in their stories, God seemed to be silent.

we see in moments of hardships that no one understood why or what was happening.

evil looked like it had won.

and then,
the glorious, miraculous, splendor of His plan starts to unravel in a way that no one saw coming.

throwing the evil one off its course.
showing darkness that Light will always triumph.

Saturday in the Easter story is such a great reminder of this. I’m sure the disciples felt like their world was crumbling on Saturday, like their very purpose was dissolving before their eyes as they remember what they saw the day before.

and though Jesus assured them that this was God’s plan, the human flesh just could not understand why death played a part.

the earth was silent on Saturday,
but the gates of hell were broken on this day.
death no longer held a sting.

& tomorrow, the Savior would once again appear, having overcome the world, that we may have a personal relationship with Him. He paid the price so we may approach the Father and feel the goodness of God.

so in earthly seasons of despair, may we hold fast to His promises and trust His plan. Sunday is coming friends, are you ready?

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good friday; a reflection.

it's good friday.
and I keep thinking -- how many people in positions of “power” do we know of that would give up their lives to save the world? how many kings would leave all the splendor of their kingdom knowing full well that they would be mocked, beaten, and killed?

I don’t know about you, but I only know of one.

His name is Jesus.

the story of Jesus is full of miracles and wonderful things, but one of the things that consistently leaves me in tears is thinking about this moment.


it’s dark outside.
on a cross next to two criminals.

one of which is taunting you.
the people who are watching below mock you.
the government officials are laughing at you.

your earthly mother watching alongside your brothers with tears in her eyes.
your closest friends are standing there in disbelief.
your Heavenly Father, though you know He is there, has fallen silent.

“Father, forgive them, they know not what they do”


I cannot imagine how He must have felt. the whole world on His shoulders. how much love must have been pouring out of His heart to pray for those who were persecuting Him at that moment? 

His heart must have been shattered into a million pieces as He watched those He came to love and save scoff at His suffering.

a lion-like love pouring out of the Lamb of God to a world so undeserving. 

that love was meant for you and me friend.
I hope you choose to come to the altar of God and feel His love today, tomorrow, and forevermore because He loves you so very much.

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Homeschool Diaries :: Spider Unit (+ Free Printable)

hey y'all, happy monday -- today I thought I'd share a more in-depth look at the spider unit we did the other week. I like to pull resources from all over the place and curate a mini-unit to help guide the lesson. I'm not the kind of person to stick to one set curriculum because my boys are still super little and their attention spans aren't fit for page by page curriculum. So, I try my best to cater to everyone's learning style especially when two of my students are under the age of three. 

One of the first things I do as an introduction to the weekly lesson / nature unit is to create a habitat sensory bin / tray for the boys to explore. It really gets them pumped up for the whole unit and allows for them to start formulating questions and areas they want to learn about in the coming days. 

Next, we grabbed our Big Book of Bugs and took a look at some spider facts. I love giving them their little magnifying glasses and let them take a closer look at the pictures of spiders as I read the text. I prompt them to find the spider picture that a specific fact is referring to. It's one of their favorite parts of the lesson. 

Other Books We Read In This Unit 

▣ The Brilliant Book of Bugs

▣ The Encyclopedia of Animals

▣ Nature Anatomy 

▣ Slow Down: 50 Mindful Moments in Nature

Then my goal was to focus on the different type of spiders and their life cycle. I got a spider nature study off of Etsy from Stephanie Hathway's shop because her art is absolutely gorgeous. In addition to the study, I purchased several spiders from Safari Ltd because my boys are hands-on learners. 

Extra Tools 

▣ Black Widow 

▣ Tarantula 

▣ Life Cycle Tray :: the one I own is no longer being sold by the small shop I bought it from, but another one of my all-time favorite shops (Jack and Link) came out with their very own version of the life cycle board and I love it. That's the board I linked because I would purchase -- it's double-sided!

▣ Life Cycle Figureines

Next, I took the flashcards from the spider nature study and cut them out. Then, I created a spider web printable that showcased all kinds of webs. I had the boys pick their favorite spiders and we glued them to the web while talking about spider body parts, the kinds of webs they spin, and where you can find them. 

I'd love to share that printable with y'all

If you'd like to use it, you can find it at the end of this blog post -- scroll down to right-click, save and print! 

I also had the boys create their own spidey friend. We decorated the spiders with markers, glitter, and sequins and used colorful pipe cleaners as legs and googly eyes to bring them to life. They were so proud of their little spidey friends and couldn't wait to hang it up on our school work board! 

I love wrapping up the week with a fun craft because we can admire it all weekend. Our school workboard is placed in the kitchen, so we always see + walk by it. I often refer to the work on the board and ask the boys to tell me what they remember about what we learned the past week. It's also a great conversation piece when guests and family members come to visit. 

But, yah! that's a wrap to our spider unit. I like to keep things fairly simple and easy as I have three little pairs of hands that always want to get to the next part of the lesson. 

About That Free Printable 

so here is that web printable that I was telling you about / you saw pictured above. 
if you'd like to save this and use it in your own spider units -- right-click, save to desktop, and print. please note that this print is for my readers and is not meant to be sold / redistributed; personal use only, please.

if you do end up using this print, don't forget to snap a picture and tag me on @mainlymarta / @europeanhomestead on Instagram.

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Recipe | Gogosi (Romanian Doughnuts)

hey ya'll, today we're talking about one of my very favorites -- gogosi! they're homemade romanian styled doughnuts and they're delicious. I asked my mom to show me how to make it awhile back, so I could tell you guys all about it, but she refused. She's an eyeball(er) when it comes to recipes, so she couldn't tell me the quantities. The problem was officially solved because I brought my digital scale and we were able to measure it for you guys. 

Before I share the recipe, I want to say that even though this recipe looks super lengthy, it's not that complicated. I've done my best to show you all the steps through the photos and videos, but at the end of the day, it's waiting for the dough to rise that's the most tedious. 

What You'll Need

Canada Bleached All-Purpose | 60 ounces

Red Start Quick Rising Yeast
2 packets

Lukewarm Water 
1/2 cup



1 tablespoon 

Greek Yogurt 
1 cup

Orange Zest


2 sticks at room temperature 


Canola Oil

How To Make

step 1.
sift all your flour.

step 2.
in the cup of lukewarm water, mix in two regular sized spoons of sugar and the two packets of yeast. let this mixture sit until the water starts to bubble (aka: rise) yay! you’ve just proofed your yeast. if the water doesn't bubble or rise, that means that either the water was too hot or the yeast is old and not good for use, so you'll need to go ahead and restart this step. 

step 3.
mix 1 cup of greek yogurt and 4 cups of milk in a glass container and then warm the mixture to a temp that you can place your hand in it. careful with this step because you don’t want it to be very hot because the yeast won't rise the dough. 

note: we like to mix greek yogurt into the milk, but the yogurt can be skipped if not on hand.

step 4.
place the yeast mixture in the sifted flour, in the middle, and mix. then, add five whole eggs.
slowly add the four cups of milk to the mixture -- don't add it all at once. mix in and start slowly kneading as you're mixing.

if you've added all the milk to the mix and you see a lot of flour left, heat up and add more milk until the mixture is just right. you’re going to have to eyeball this step — you want the dough to be just right which means that it's not very soft, but not very stiff. it has to be somewhere in the middle.

we ended up using five 5 cups of milk total in the entire process.
this is a complicated step as some types of flour absorb liquid differently, so pay attention to how the dough is feeling and how the flour is mixing into your dough mixture. 

✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸ this would be the time and place to mix in your orange (or lemon) zest ✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸

note: this time, I didn't add zest because we used the same dough to make Langos -- Romanian style stuffed fried bread. but if you're only wanting to make gogosi, then the zest would be mixed in at this point in time.

pro tip: a few days before you make gogosi, zest several oranges and place the shavings in a small glass jar with several spoons of fine sugar. mix together and then seal the jar, placing it in the fridge. when making the gogosi, use a few spoonfuls of this in your dough to give it an even sweeter taste. left over zest? no problem -- this sugary zest can stay in the fridge for up to a year if sealed correctly. it's ready to be used in other cakes and muffins! 

step 5.
then take your two sticks of butter and start incorporating it into the dough. buuuut, wait, don’t place all it at once. you want to take it in sections and knead it in. like you did with the milk. 

step 6.
then after you’ve incorporated the butter, take half a handful of oil, and rub it on top of the dough and the sides. you do this because we’re gonna put some plastic wrap on top as we wait for it to rise and we don't wang the dough to stick to the plastic.

step 7.
place plastic wrap all around the bowl and then take a warm blanket, fold it in half place it on the table. place the bowl of dough in the middle and then cover up the bowl with the other side of the blanket, making sure that the entire bowl is covered.

step 8.
let sit to rise.
this takes a few hours -- ours took about 3 hours to rise! 
this is the perfect opportunity to wash dishes, tidy up and run errands even. 

step 9.
after your dough has risen, go get your frying pan and fill it up with oil about half way.
you want your doughnuts to float, so the amount of oil depends on the size of your pan.

step 10.
turn on the stove to heat medium heat.
then, wait about 7 mins -- it's time to test the oil. 
to do this, drop a little bit of dough in the pan.
if it starts to bubble and rise quickly, your oil is ready.

if it doesn’t, go ahead and wait a few more minutes and try again. 
repeat this process until the little piece rises to the surface right away.

step 11.
now, grab a large plastic board placing it on the counter. 
and then take a little bit of oil and spread it all over the board and your hands. 
this helps move the dough and not get it stuck to your hands.

step 12.
now, let’s make the doughnuts!
grab a bit of dough, place it on the board and flatten it with your hands. 
now get a regular-sized cup and start cutting your circles.
if you want them to look like American doughnuts, 
then go ahead and get a milk gallon cap to cut out the doughnut hole.

step 13.

place doughnut in oil and wait until you see the edge get golden brown. then flip over with a spoon.
step 14.
when the entire doughnut is golden brown, place a paper towel on a plate and then let your doughnuts cool on top of the paper towel — this soaks the excess oil from the surface.

step 15.
next, in another plate mix fine sugar and cinnamon together. 
after the gogosi have cooled a bit, roll it in the sugary mix and place on serving platter.

step 16. 
serve and enjoy!

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After the Historic Winter Storm | Update

hey hey hey y'all! I'm baaaaaaack. I've had such a turbulent couple of weeks and it's shown because I've been MIA on the blog. I feel like I haven't talked to you guys in ages! 

Soooo... my laptop broke the day right after Valentine's day and then a day after that, we lost power due to a huge winter storm. We didn't get power back for 8 days y'all. It got so bad that we had to go stay with my parents for the week because it was that cold in our house. At one point, it was colder inside than it was outside. 

When we finally got power back, we came home and spent the remainder of the week cleaning out our freezer and fridge, trying to restock it, tidying up the house, doing laundry, and unpacking before my husband had to start working again. 

It's been a wild ride, but things are finally back to normal, so I thought I'd share some pictures of our snowy weekend. Going forward, I'm hoping to go back to one post per week if not more. Oh, and happy March first y'all! Is spring here yet? Because after all that snow, we are so ready for consistent bouts of sunshine!

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The Blog Hotline: 3 Instagram Story Hacks

Hiiiiiii loves! A few months ago, I shared an Instagram story hack that helps spike up profile views --I've linked that post here if you're interested in giving that a read! It got amazing feedback and I was so happy to hear that a lot of you found it useful! That's exactly why I started this mini-series: to help you become the boss babe you were always meant to be! So, with that being said, I wanted to write a little more about Instagram Stories from a creative creator perspective and share some fun little hacks + tips.

Stories are the perfect way to engage your audience and keep them coming back for more! Now I have a confession to make -- as an influencer and an introverted personality, I find a hard time when it comes to stories. I want to share my life, but have a hard time consoling the idea that sharing isn't oversharing.

While I love influencing, I am just not the type of person to just blab to my phone for the views. There are several amazing influencers that I look up to that have this gift of getting on their stories and making ramen sound like gold. It's a gift that I wish I had, but I don't and I have to force myself to show my face.

This is where influencing gets "hard" for me, so I do what I love most and try and make the stories pretty because graphic design is where I geek out. I love making them pretty and neat, hoping it keeps y'all coming back to watch.

My Favorite Apps For Editing Instagram Stories

Here's a little list of some of my favorite apps to help me edit stories and make them look a little pretty. Some of these are now apps that you have to subscribe to because they've become so popular. They have a few free features to them, but the prettier you want to make it, it ends up costing a $20 a year fee to use all the features. In my opinion, it's worth it, but it's up to you if you want to invest in the subscription!

Story Templates

▸ Unfold
▸ Over
▸ Canva
▸ Mojo
▸ Tezza
▸ Story Luxe
▸ Dazzle
▸ StoryArt
▸ StoryChic
▸ Instastories

Adding Text To Your Slides / Photos

▸ A Design Story
▸ Word Swag
▸ Story Swag
▸ Phonto
▸ Hype Type
▸ Type Art
▸ InFont
▸ Typorama

Cool Instagram Built-In Features

If you're not into having a bunch of apps on your phone and spending a ton of time going from app to app, here are small things you can do to make your stories in the app. I'm going to make these tips pinnable sheets, so you can save them to your phone and have a step by step guide at your fingertips.

Feel free to share these tips via pinning them on Pinterest or sharing them on your own IG stories to spread the word -- but please tag me if you do share! I'm @mainlymarta on all social media platforms.

Copying Photos From Photo Album and Pasting Them to Your Story 

This is a perfect way to make collages without using any other apps besides Instagram! Another feature I really love is that you can do so much with colors in stories!

See How Many People Reshared Your Post On Their Story 

Change Background Color of Stories

want a better color selection? I got you... 

so these are three little hacks that I use all the time. I have a few more tips up my sleeve that I will share with you all because it makes me so happy when you guys reach out and let me know you're using my tips or respond to a sticker asking me to cover a certain topic. I know that some people charge for this info and keep it secret, but I'm out here trying to be the change. I really believe that there is room at the table for everyone to succeed and am honored to be able to be a helping part of your story. I really appreciate the DMs, emails, and messages you send my way. thank you so much for being part of my little community. 

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Last Minute Valentine's Day Basket

Y'all Valentine's day is on Sunday and if you're anything like me, you're scrambling. Maybe it's been the never-ending quarantine and all this social distancing, but my usual on top of everything self has been procrastinating to the point where it's less than a week and I'm here writing this at midnight. Trying to find things that will arrive in time and that everyone will love is the goal. 

My rushed brainstorming session is telling me to go simple this year -- the baskets will consist of books, pajamas, candy, toys for the boys. I'm getting them all the same things, but catered to the stage their in, if that makes sense. When it comes to my husband, he's getting some snacks, self-care items, a glass tumbler, and a love note because that will have to suffice. I'm not trying to be too fancy, just thoughtful with these baskets.

I'll be linking the items below, so ya'll know where to go to find them if you want to go shop and make your own basket -- hint, hint, it's Amazon Prime and Target.



target currently has a buy two get one free deal for board games, activity & craft kits, puzzles, video games, movies, music & books annnnnd you can mix and match, so there really is something for everyone. I grabbed several books for the boy's basket and for our homeschool studies.

deal expires on 02.13.2021


shop the baskets

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Bohemian Home | Inspo / Mood Board

y'all it's feburary and that means it's basically spring. if you're like me, you're looking for any reason to update, rearrange, or refresh any space in your home. nothing makes me happier than dreaming up spaces and then seeing them to life -- in my home or on the blog in my mini mood board / inspo series. I love browsing the web and looking at furniture and home decor elements, putting them together, and sharing them with you. so, to ring in the new month, I thought it'd be fun to dream up some room round-ups for a  bohemian styled home. 

The Living Room 

rattan diffuser

faux rubber plant

terra cotta speckled vase

rattan serving tray

natural himalayan pink salt candle holder

round jute rug

set of velvet pillow covers

leaf trinket dish

farmhouse bead garland

rattan basket


wooden candle holders

macrame wall hanging mirror

desk lamp

leaf stems in glass vase

The Bedroom 

palm vase

desert scene trio 

rattan tray

wicker wall clock

wood lamp

eucalyptus stem

small grid vase


dark rose bedding


wood and gold hanging

The Kitchen

black and white canisters 

sun plate

stoneware black plate

seagrass coasters

woven grass vase

catus cookie jar

glass / pour over coffee maker

modern slate board set

stoneware baker

hobnail drinking glass

nesting bowls

round cutting board

matte flatware

bistro bowl

oversized latte mugs

wooden cooking utensils

gold smock

waffle weave kitchen towel

More Decor 


Happy New Year | Goals + Updates

Happy New Year! I know I am really late with this one, but in all honesty, I have avoided the blog this month because it's been hard to sit down and write. My husband picked up another 12-hour shift at work each week, so there goes a day of content creation. When he gets home, I have no more energy to write. Between errands, raising three boys, trying to keep up with the current world events, tending to the home, and other social media channels, I was feeling really burnt out. 

Soooo, I did what I needed to do -- take a step back, reevaluate, plan. Feeling refreshed and ready, I am back, hopefully to posting at least once a week. 


► I'm back on tiktok -- mainlymarta on there. I left earlier this year, but a lot of brands are asking for content creation via tiktok and so, I decided to hop back on the bandwagon. It's gonna be a baking, home decor, amazon finds, hacks, diy, and homeschool kinda space, so if any that is of interest to you, find me there. 

► We've adopted an unschooling approach to homeschool. I wrote about it on Instagram (linking that post belo} and if you're interested in learning more about it, feel free to reach out, but I will be sharing more via the blog and basically everywhere I can.  

► I'm starting up a mini giveaway page on Instagram -- more details on this soon as it is still a work in progress,

annnnnnd, that's about the only updates that I have. I really have been laying low these days. But, rest assured I'm about to drop some goals for this year because I want to write them out so I can refer back to them. 

Goals for 2021

lose weight  -- this is such a typical one and I feel like I say this every year. but this one is hard for me. honestly, I didn't really struggle with weight growing up, I was extremely skinny and I loved my body. I was confident, I liked me, who I was. But now, I do not like my body, I hate the way I look, I avoid mirrors and pictures at all costs. It's super hard to admit that I am fat. It's a struggle because I didn't sit around and eat my way to this weight. I had babies, three of them back to back. I gained weight when breastfeeding, embarked on losing weight, stopped, and started again and again. I am tired of feeling gross. buuuuut, enough is enough. this is my year. I will shed the weight. I can do this. I will get to a place where I feel like my old self again. I turned 29 this month and by 30 I want to be at or super near my goal weight of 145 pounds. 

be healthier -- this piggybacks off of my last one, but it's not just limited to weight loss. I want to cultivate good habits. eating cleaner and being active / exercising at least 4 times a week. implementing more structure and routines, getting more sleep, drinking more water, investing a good skin routine are just some of the things that want to do for me. 

build + focus on my brand as a whole -- really wanting to up my blogging game. I'm gonna attempt monthly newsletters, SEO, affiliate links, more blog posts, pins, ads. basically implementing alllll the things because I've been primarily attached to Instagram when I could be doing so much more. 

earn passive income in the process -- currently subscribe to young living and am a beauty counter consultant. I want to get out of my comfort zone and share more about these things on all my spaces. I want to not only earn passive income with this, but I want to be a genuine resource for anyone who wants to try these products. I also want to update and focus on my Etsy shop as well.

get out of my comfort zone -- sharing more on insta-stories, being more vulnerable, and trying things that make me nervous are things I want to do. I'm always so super nervous about over-sharing and being annoying, or stepping on toes that I don't share at all. 

Soooo, yah. there is my shortlist of goals that currently feels very overwhelming. Here's to getting all these things done in 2021.

K, logging off for tonight

but, I'm gonna end this post with an updated list of my links just in case anyone needs them. I always appreciate every single like, comment, purchase, support, etc. So thankful for my little online community and readers across the interweb.






Etsy Shop 

Amazon Storefront



shop through this link :: beautycounter.com/martavaran
or find me as a consultant when you check out my search "marta varan"
Beauty Counter also has a great rewards system in place -- read how to sign up by clicking here.

Young Living 

sign up through this link :: yl.pe/mainlymarta
or use my enrolled / sponsor ID when you sign up "17521891"

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