Doing It Scared

How boring is leading a safe and comfortable life! We were created to be extraordinary and to do big things. God has not called us to live a life mediocrity. At least, I don’t believe He has. By big, I don’t mean that every person is “called” to be rich or have influence over thousands […]

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Be All The Things

I really don’t need to write anymore. This sums it all. Why do we feel the need to fit into a mold, a category, a box? In high-school it was labels and cliques. For adulthood its careers and hobbies. It’s cut and dry when it should be jagged and damp. Damp is fun, with out […]

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Motherhood is Weird

I have this tiny human I am responsible for, but I’m still me. I thought being a mom would make me feel old, or at least like an adult. It doesn’t. I’m still my ever direction changing self. I still want to live on the road, but instead of living in a van, I want […]

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10 Things to do When You’re in the Depths

Okay, I stole this phrase from one of my best friends. She likes to say she is in the depths of despair when she’s having a bad day or “in the depths” for short. I can’t be original all the time. Reminder to self: What to do while in the depths…. Get over yourself, it’s […]

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Complacently Content

Complacency: :  an instance of usually unaware or uninformed self-satisfaction Contentment: :  feeling or showing satisfaction with one's possessions, status, or situation. I think it's human nature to question everything. Once we get what our hearts desire, we immediately search for the next thing. We cannot dwell in the state of contentment or complacency. Is […]

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Lunch time Learnings

It’s like losing weight. You work really hard to achieve your goals. You don’t eat icecream every night before bed. You order a side or fruit instead of French fries. You run when you’d rather not, because let’s be honest: even people who love to run equally hate it. Finding yourself is a lot like […]

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“Maybe Idk”

We all have a life soundtrack. During most dramatic moments of my life, a song resognates in my head. It resounds in the in the back of my thoughts. Songs that I have written, play when I’m crying in my husbands arms. When I’m lost in thought, Jon Bellion reminds me I’m not the only […]

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Thoughts from the Poolside

What is the middle ground between wild and settled? When do you start sitting by the pool dangling your legs wanting to jump in, but knowing the chlorine makes you sick and damages your hair; So you don’t? When did you start caring and stop diving in? What makes you “settled” a house? A steady […]

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