Hump Day Madness~

When you think about where you are in life right now ask yourself this, “Am I happy?”

I have been thinking a lot about the future and what I want to do! For the last six months I’ve been going over it in my head like a million times. I’m going to be 26 this year and since I’m not married I thought what is it that I want to do! Because until I get married and start a family I have some me time to take care of. So after lots of thought and prayer I’ve decided to continue with The Typzee Gypzee and to fund the whole thing I’m going to get my real estate license!

I had to get to the place where I would be happy and want to go to work! Because I don’t want to go to work like a zombie every single day and regret not going after any dreams! And honestly I can’t imagine not blogging and after thinking about how to fund it and where I want it to go with it, I thought about real estate. Its a perfect combination because you can make a ton of money plus you set your own hours and the major bonus was that I didn’t need a degree to get it. It’s also fairly easy to get your real estate license if you study!

So what is it that you want to do?? Think about it and let me know what you come up with!!

Just make sure that you have a way to fund it and that you don’t go broke trying to accomplish it lol!!

And in the meantime here’s a song to give you some inspiration and it’s fun to dance to!!

đź’‹, Holland


Typzee Tuesday Tips~


Here’s some tips to deal with an unexpected all nighter!

  1. Get your coffee on.
  2. Eat a breakfast burrito. I don’t know what it is about burritos, but y’all they do wonders!
  3. Turn on some pump-up jamz! Something like Chase Rice or Morgan Wallen!
  4. Take a mid-day nap. Just turn off your phone, jump in bed and snooze!
  5. And lastly chill! Turn on a movie, binge a TV show or get pinning!!

So there you have it!! Enjoy your day and chill!

đź’‹, Holland

The Diary of Me: Day 1…

Well hey, yes I realise that it’s been almost two months since I’ve blogged. I don’t think I could really call myself a “professional blogger”, because they don’t take time off. But after much thought I’ve made up my mind and have made the decision to just go for it. And I thought I would start off my new blogging journey with a new look and direction.

Yes I spent a few hundred hours on here making all kinds of changes. And honestly it wouldn’t have taken me so long if I knew a little something about making a blog and if very handsome country singers would stop posting so much on social media. Anyway we’re now here and it’s a go.

After lots of thinking while listening to Chase Rice, William Michael Morgan and Easton Corbin, too name a few this idea came to me. I’m going to start writing about my crazy life. You may be wondering “why am I even reading this”, well I’m going to be telling you.

Most of the things that happen in my life are almost unbelievable. Like when I was angerly sweeping and ended up in the ER with my toe bone coming out of the bottom of my foot or when I almost totalled a truck of the person that I was house sitting for only a week after I had gotten my license or maybe when I was moving furniture from the front yard intoo the house and I stepped in cat diarrhea because my neighbor feeds all of the starts in the neighborhood so I then chucked my flip flop at her house.

I could literally go on and on but what fun would that be!!! If you really want to know then you’re definitely going to have to stick around and see what’s to come!!

Xoxo, Holland

SEC on CBS via SDS (Saturday Down South)

Y’all it’s almost time!!

Okay so I just realized that only SEC fans would understand the title lol. 

On another note I love when other sites do such an amazing job at reporting!! So instead of spending all of my time trying to out do the amazing writers over at SaturdayDownSouth, I thought why not just promte them!!

Check out this fabulous article explaining the SEC schedule on CBS for all of us that don’t have cable!!

Get it here!!

Roll Tide!!

Xoxo, Holland

Bob Ross Monday~

Most of the time Monday’s suck but I have a cure! During your lunch break sit back and watch a little Bob Ross!!

P.S. You’re welcome!!

Xoxo, Holland

~Happy 2nd Birthday To Us~

It’s been two years since I started this blog!! I’m still trying to figure out where the time has gone!!
Lets go back to where it all began.
Chris Young had just released “I’m Comin’ Over” and I was searching the internet for some reviews or something just so I could get a feel for it. Well I found nothing, but some uninformed angry bloggers that probably have like thirty cats. It was all nagitive. And when I went searching for some up and coming artists/bands, well you gussed that wasn’t even possible because apparently no one talks about all of the  newbies! So I started racking my mind after I did a ton of complaining. Then that little voice went off in my head and well here I am. I then launched “Southern Princess Problems”. I taught myself how to work WordPress (not an easy task). I also let my inner journalist go nuts and I read about a million articles on how to run a successful blog! Then about a year later I changed the name to, “The Typzee Gypzee”, why well because it’s more my style. Plus my mom had came up with it like three years before for another business I had wanted to do. It has been so much fun. I have gotten to listen to some really amazing music. I have had the privilege of interviewing the next big things that are going to be in Nashville. 

Huge shout-out to all my followers and readers!! I also want to thank every single artist/band that has been apart of my interviews and dealt with my crazy!! I wish you all the best!!!

I also want to thank my amazing mama for teaching me everything about writing and for encouraging me to continue!!

And thank you to everyone in Country Music for making the best music there is!!


Last Call For “Nashville Bourbon Durby”

There’s still tickets available for the 2nd Annual “Nashville Bourbon Durby” at the East Ivy Mansion on May 2nd, which is tomorrow!! It’s an amazing event that will have a food truck, auction and music!! It will be bnefitting the T.J. Martell Foundation’s FTL Sarcoma Fund, which raises money for sarcoma research in honor of Lindsay Walleman.
Tickets are only $50 which gives you 10 taste​ tickets for the different Bourbon’s​. Each Bourbon takes a different amount of tickes. Additional taste tickets will be available for purchase during the event!!

Must be 21 and older!!

To purchase tickets and learn more just follow this link!!!

Xoxo, Holland

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Twitter: @TheTypzeeGypzee






NFL Draft Is In The Air

đź“·: Saturday Down South

Every April means only three things for most sports enthusiasts; opening day of MLB, NBA Playoffs and the NFL Draft.
For me it’s all about the draft. For many players their futures hang in the balance. All the work that they have done for so long comes down to one weekend. As they sit and wait for Rodger Goodell to call their names, we as the fans get to know them a little better.
The spotlight moves from making the plays to their lives off the field. From interviews to ESPN special’s and everything in-between. But for many that spotlight also shows the world things that aren’t the greatest. 
But every once in a while a player emerges and shows us that no matter how great of a player you are, what really matters is what happens off the field. The 
2016/2017 season has had some very interesting news worthy stories. There is one story about a player that seems to be more concerned with his character rather then anything else and that would​ be Trevor Knight.
Trevor made heads turn during his freshman year, when he led the Oklahoma Sooners to a Suger Bowl victory over Alabama. Then he made headlines once again when he transfered to Texas A&M for his final year of football.
I always wondered why there was never any bad press on him. I mean if anyone else had done what he had, I couldn’t even imagine how awful the presd would be. Then today as I was reading articles on the draft I came across one by John Cirst from Saturday Down South. That’s when I realised that Trevor is a really respectful, mannerly, kind hearted, kinda guy.

(Check out the full article below!)

“If Trevor Knight can’t make it in the NFL, then he potentially has a lucrative career in front of him as a speaker on college campuses.

So what’s the title of his seminar? “How to Handle Yourself as a Quarterback at a Big-Time Football Program.” Rare is it to find someone who handled both the highs and lows of playing the game’s most important position with more style and grace.” Continue

I don’t know what the Draft will hold for Trevor but my fingers are crossed!!

Be sure to keep up with Trevor on Twitter (@trevor_knight9), IG(@trevor_knight9) and Viktre.

Follow John (@SaturdayJC) and Saturday Down South (@SDS) for all the latest on the draft!

Xoxo, Holland

How To Date A Farmer or Rancher Via- AgDaily

We all the farming and ranching is 24/7 kinda of job! Chris Soules aka Prince Farming from The Bachelor gave us a look into what the “dating” scene is for a farmer in rural Iowa! Personally I’d love to live on a farm in the middle of know where! 

But unfortunately​ for most ladies that’s not always the case.

So this morning I was flipping through Facebook when I came across an article​ on AG Daily talking about dating a farmer. It was awesome and so true.

“I don’t claim to be a relationship expert, but after being in a relationship with a farm boy for over four years there are some things I’ve learned that may be worth passing on. It takes a special kind of person to deal with a farmer’s schedule sometimes, and it takes some patience and understanding to keep the relationship thriving.

If you ever hit a rough patch, know that you’re not alone. All relationships take work, but dating a farmer can have special challenges. Here are a few of those challenges and how to overcome them, with a few tips of advice:

1. Leave him (or her!) alone! If you haven’t always grown up on a farm, it may be an adjustment to get used to the fact that your farmer has never had corporate coworkers or bosses. While you may be talkative or used to a corporate work environment where the boss is always barking orders, that’s not how it works with a farmer. They’re used to working alone or with just a couple of people who are usually relatives. The job needs to get done in a timely fashion. Leave them be and let them get it done.” Continue