You may be saying at this point, "what's up with her ridiculously long blog titles lately?", and you'd have a valid question. Sometimes, though, a short and sweet title won't do. Sure, it may be keyword rich and easy to rank on google, but that's not really my aim. I'm writing what comes to me,
I've had it on my heart to write for awhile now, and what I most enjoy writing about is whatever is on my heart, specifically in that moment. I've attempted to write about whatever is blowing around in the wind on a given day, maybe a popular trend or an information piece, but I've found that
"Am I more than just the average of every high and every low?" More than a ridiculously long blog title, or an offshoot →(for copyright reasons) of a catchy rhyme from Lauren Daigle's song You Say, this is something I think most - if not all - of us struggle with on a daily basis.
Over the past few years, I've come to the conclusion (slowly) that when it comes to my diet choices I change my mind like my 7 year old daughter changes outfits. I can be swayed as easily as a boat in a hurricane from a simple Netflix documentary, a convincing Pinterest graphic or
A conflict of interest it would seem, to live a humble life yet have big dreams/goals. From a biblical standpoint, we are to be humble servants, emulating Christ and being very modest about our own esteem. From a worldly standpoint, we should be proud of our accomplishments, after all we did it, right? So how
Failure. It’s an ugly word, isn’t it? Ever since we were in elementary school, getting a big fat red F was bad news bears. We want to avoid failure like the plague, but it seems inevitable that we will all face some form of it at a point in our lives, doesn’t it?
Why we fail
* This post contains images that some might find graphic/disturbing.
Out of all of the blog post ideas I have jotted down in my Notes, I never fathomed that this was a post I'd be authoring. In fact, having 3 healthy full-term births in the past gave me confidence that such a thing could never happen