• Wedding
  • a fiancée’s guide to surviving the final 100 days

    Hey friends, I’ve been super ghost per usual lately. I actually set a goal to write more at the start of the year, but I also vowed to only write when inspired. So much is going on everyday, but the big thing happening in my life is my upcoming WEDDING! After so many blog posts on […]

  • Christian Living
  • 5 self-care tips to combat anxiety

    Hi friends, I hope that you are well. And I hope that your year is starting well. Can you believe that the first month of the year is practically over? This year is moving quickly. I’m coming to you today to address something that many of us have experienced at one point or another. It creeps […]

  • Lifestyle
  • 4 ways minimalism has improved my life

    Happy New Year, friends! I hope that your year has started out well. I wanted to take a moment today to talk about a lifestyle change that has benefited me greatly and to share some resources on how you can learn more about it. Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines minimalism as “a style or technique (as in […]

  • Christian Living
  • 5 things I wish someone told me about college

    “…we should remember that good fortune often happens when opportunity meets with preparation.” – Thomas Edison If you are reading this, congrats are in order because you are likely a new high school graduate! So congratulations! I hope that graduation was wonderful and a worth every sacrifice you made to finish high school. As someone who […]

  • Art
  • my current favorite podcasts

    Hi friends,  I hope that you are well. I wanted to come to you to share some of my current favorite podcasts. Like most of you, I am a very busy person. Between my job and a number of other things going on, I am often on the move but I still like to get […]

  • Growing Up
  • becoming one: our love story

    He answered, “Have you not read that he who created them from the beginning made them male and female, and said, ‘Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh’? So they are no longer two but one flesh. What therefore God has […]

  • Faith
  • my response to “We All Have Sexual Baggage”

    Yesterday, Relevant Magazine contributor Natalie Floyd shared an article called “We All Have Sexual Baggage.” The article addresses an idea that many young Christians have grown up being taught: that having pre-marital sex leaves you as a permanently damaged commodity less worthy and capable of a happy marriage. Although I do agree that pre-marital sex is detrimental to our relationship […]

  • Faith
  • life after God takes away

    I will open rivers in high places, and fountains in the midst of the valleys: I will make the wilderness a pool of water, and the dry land springs of water. – Isaiah 41:18 KJV Two years and one week ago, I wrote a blog post called, “When God Takes Away.” When I wrote this, […]

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