It's been a while since I've done a post like this. It's always so much fun for me to round up all of my current favorite things. I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I do! So without more unnecessary rambling, here's some things that I'm loving right now. 1. This article about... Continue Reading →
“What do you feel?” Whenever this question is posed to me, my heart skips a beat while my brain spins. I always land on the same answer. “Everything.” What a beautiful mess life is when you feel everything. Until just recently, I didn’t even know that it was possible for people to feel less than... Continue Reading →
What comes to your mind when you hear the word “boundary”? Dictionary.com literally defines the word as “something that indicates bounds or limits; a limiting or bounding line.” As a kid who grew up somewhat influenced by the evangelical purity culture, my first thought used to go to physical boundaries within dating relationships. That’s what... Continue Reading →
My heart is full tonight. I spent the last few days on a mini vacation sharing laughter, tears, coffee, and considerable amounts of french fries with some very dear friends. Consequently, I didn’t make time to write a planned, thoughtful blog post this week. I’m okay with that. Sometimes I need to write. Sometimes I... Continue Reading →
Today I bought a pair of maternity jeans. You know. The kind with the insanely stretchy waistband attached to otherwise normal looking jeans. And before you ask, no, I’m not pregnant. And I’m not planning on being pregnant anytime soon. So why did I buy maternity jeans then? Well, the answer is kind of embarrassing... Continue Reading →
Recently on the blog, we’ve been talking about some pretty heavy (but very important) topics like mental and emotional health. If you’ve been around the blog for any amount of time, you’ll know that I am very passionate about these topics. But sometimes, I just need a break. I have to shake things up from... Continue Reading →
Whether you have anxiety yourself or you are supporting a loved one with anxiety, I hope my that thoughts can provide you with a little more clarity and hope.