It’s Your Story

  I was laying down in my bed after a pretty tough day (definitely not the day pictured here). Not a typical tough day, but one that put me face-to-face with my uncertainty, comparison, and struggles with doubt within my mind. I grabbed my iPad and began to read one of the books I’m currentlyContinue reading “It’s Your Story”

The Burden of Control

I told my fiancé the other night, “I hate feeling like everything is out of control in my life!” That has been the biggest desire of my heart the last year. This is my post (my post, dangit!! just kidding…). So I’m allowed to give myself the benefit of the doubt in mentioning that thisContinue reading “The Burden of Control”

April’s Best – Honest Favorites and Discoveries

April is almost over. While I know that quarantine has felt like forever and a day, the weeks still seem to fly to me. This is the sure mark of “getting older”… I have seen my fair share of “favorites” round-ups, mostly videos actually. Some of these favorites I’m sharing are new discoveries this month,Continue reading “April’s Best – Honest Favorites and Discoveries”

You’re Either Growing or Dying

There are two very different sides I see being promoted in our current reality. How to live your “best life”. Some people say it’s using this time, where we have nothing to do anyway, and actually accomplish the things we’ve always wanted to do. Drop 20 pounds. Deep clean your whole house. Transform into theContinue reading “You’re Either Growing or Dying”

4 Practical Ways to Combat Worry

If you’re anything like me, you’re probably feeling anxious in this season. Maybe you’re anxious about how this crazy virus has impacted your job. Maybe you are worried about how you are going to entertain you kids around the house for yet another day. Maybe your fridge is empty, and you’re dreading going to theContinue reading “4 Practical Ways to Combat Worry”

Sister, It’s Ok to Change Your Mind

(in fact, you should!) I talk myself out of a lot of things. I’m one to start something, and unless I feel SUPER strongly about it, or have to, I normally forget about it, or abandon the idea, or activity. Unfinished journals Half-eaten bags of health foods in my pantry Households surfaces still covered inContinue reading “Sister, It’s Ok to Change Your Mind”