I want to write beautiful, poignant pieces that inspire and guide people in their lives. I like to write about cleaning and organizing because I believe that when you feel peace in your space, you feel peace in your life. I enjoy sharing spiritual musings because we're not meant to be on this journey alone,… Continue reading The Trouble with Authenticity
I'm delving in to something real today. Personally, I am mildly uncomfortable talking about my depression. There's a fine line between hiding who you are and understanding that you can't be defined by one piece of yourself; but regardless, like many others, I've gotten relatively good at projecting happiness outwardly regardless of how I feel… Continue reading Depression and Holiness
The holidays are the best time for nostalgia to creep up. Memories find you that you didn't even know you had. For me, it's seeing Christmas lights on my drive home. I am overcome with something resembling homesickness--a feeling like the one you get when your heart is both full at the thought of home… Continue reading Open Hands
Lately, I have not had a chance to clear my head. The stress of moving combined with the noise of the everyday life-work-balance has been overpowering me, and I have not been attuned to God's voice. I prayed for an opportunity to escape into the silence and God provided it in an unexpected place. Since… Continue reading The Game of What Ifs
Folding a fitted sheet is an art. And now, you're going to be an artist. On the one hand, you may wonder why it matters to fold a fitted sheet "correctly." However, when it's done right, it can be incredibly space saving! Step 1 Lay the sheet down the direction of the bed. Step 2… Continue reading How to Fold a Fitted Sheet
Have you ever found yourself so obsessed with an idea that your prayer becomes like the monologue of a villain in a cartoon? Because I do that constantly. In my season of life, so many of my prayers are a reflection of my desire to live out my vocation. I pray a great deal for… Continue reading True Prayer Takes Courage
Earlier this summer, I was privileged to attend the Global Leadership Summit. If you aren't familiar, don't sweat it. This was my first time getting to go, so I was in the dark, too. It's a two-day conference filled with faithful and practical tips for becoming a better leader, live-streamed to more than 40,000 people… Continue reading Listening with Purpose
I love the Lord and choosing each day to attempt something resembling holiness, but I'm hardly an expert at getting it right.