The Future Reynolds

We used to make decisions and say we'd let the future version of ourselves deal with the fallout. Apparently, we've caught up with that distant future.

I'm Dani and I'm mildly obsessed with our future and saving money. I'm a huge YNAB fan and we followed the Dave Ramsey plan to get out of debt.

We recently said to hell with it all and put our house on the market to move to a city we've only visited once. You're supposed to do crazy stuff like that in your twenties, right?
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I can’t believe I’m saying this but I might reactivate my Facebook.  It’s almost been a year without it but I kind of miss the chatter of seeing what other people are up to.  

I’ll have to do a massive purge of not-quite-acquaintances and a huge number of photos from undergrad and one truly horrible picture my sister put up of me when I was 12 that was the final straw on the day I deactivated. I’m looking at you 30yearsold-lifeconfessions.

Have any of you walked away from Facebook and gone back?  Is it a toxic friend you were better off without?

I don’t know if these are mood swings based on mirena that I’m still getting used to but I don’t like it.

I’ve been very short and 1000% done with things I would have tolerated.

I actually like my personality, damn it. Come back.

I just want to thank my cardigan, black tank top, and security badge for masking the baked beans I dropped on myself at lunch.

Recommitting to my half marathon training schedule today.

It’s only 24 more workouts. I can totally do this, dang it.

Drunk Dani decided to take her dogs for a celebratory walk and interact with the neighbors.

Thank goodness the house is on the market.

Well hello! #gradschool

I kind of wish I hadn’t signed up for this half marathon in May.

I’m actually really enjoying my 2-3 mile runs. However, I’m feeling the pressure of wanting to do well sneaking up on me and it’s stressful because I know that I’m really going to struggle with thirteen.

On the other hand, I’ve been running for six months now. I never thought I would be the person who said she likes running on purpose. This time last year I tried running around the block once and decided running was for other people.


In a new piece profiling Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara, the New York Times reveals that J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter spinoff will at least be a trilogy.

The new series was first announced in September, and at the time we had only heard that WB hoped to turn it into a franchise. Today’s article also includes a couple of new quotes from Rowling who spoke about how important Tsujihara’s involvement was for this plan to come together.

“When I say he made ‘Fantastic Beasts’ happen, it isn’t P.R.-speak but the literal truth,” she told the newspaper. “We had one dinner, a follow-up telephone call, and then I got out the rough draft that I’d thought was going to be an interesting bit of memorabilia for my kids and started rewriting!”

“When Kevin got the top job, he brought a new energy, which rubbed off. He’s a very engaging person, thoughtful and funny.”

Read the full article at

(via kittycat2013)

I think my favorite part of being married is getting to introduce him to things. I worked in a concert amphitheater in college and loved it. I’ll take an amphitheater over a concert hall almost every time.

I said I was excited to move three hours closer to Red Rocks in Colorado and we could take a long weekend and see someone awesome live. He had never heard of it and has been plowing through live performances on YouTube for almost an hour.

Apparently we’re having an open house on Sunday.