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When life gives us storms, sometimes it is the aftermath, picking up the pieces, and rebuilding that is worst of all.
I’m currently in survival mode. Maybe you’ve been here before, in a place where you can’t look past tomorrow without falling apart. Its a place void of dreaming and vision, a place where you are just fighting to hang in there. You’re certainly not thriving. You’re simply trying to survive. You don’t even feel like… Continue reading Survival Mode
I’d be lying if I said the last couple of months have been easy. I’d be lying if I said they’ve been good. I have been going through one of the toughest seasons of my life. But the thing I’ll say about seasons, the thing that is honestly hard to remember in the depths of… Continue reading This One’s For You
If you’re anything like me, fear is part of your morning routine. Wake up, get dressed, brush your teeth, worry about something. I’m an Enneagram 6, and while I try my best to avoid thinking in worst-case scenarios, they still come up quite a bit. There are many different types of fears, so even if… Continue reading Fear: The Faithful Frenemy (& How to Unfriend It)
I’m an over-thinker. A figure-outer. And I’ve been really struggling with faith lately. I’ve been constantly trying to figure out things for myself, which has left me with a lot of questions. I’ve used these questions to put God at a distance, safely keeping Him there until He answers everything. Honestly, I still have many… Continue reading to the over-thinkers & figure-outers
Worth. Value. Identity. These can be intimidating words if your life looks anything like mine used to look. I’m not sure where and when I lost it, but I know that I searched hard to find it. Before I met Jesus, I searched for some sense of meaning by trying to get people to value… Continue reading worth. value. identity
We all know that one person who looks like they've changed. Have they really? Can they even?
This is my puppy, Riley. She’s 4 whole pounds and equal parts love and attitude. I don’t get many days to stay home with her all do, so when I do, I make sure to treasure them. Right now, I’m on a break from school and my internship, and as the holidays have started to… Continue reading lessons from a dog
These last few weeks have been jam-packed with emotion. My cousin passed away a little over a week ago, and I have been going through the process of dealing with everything that comes with that. He had down syndrome and went to be with the Lord at the young age of 25. The grief that… Continue reading big faith