A little over a week ago, I did a short video on social media about fear. The responses I got made me think, huh, maybe I should expand on this. So here I am. Here’s a little disclaimer first: this will probably be the first of many posts about fear because, well, it’s a huge […]
At some point or another, we all experience doubt. It can be in a situation, in a person or even in ourselves. Sure, it’s unpleasant. But could it have more impact than we think? Are we aware of the real danger of doubt and how it affects our minds, identities and faith? Doubt is a […]
We all do it. We make goals, we set plans, we have a direction we want to go. It can be for our careers, competitive sports or our relationships. Or maybe we have big dreams — wild dreams that God has laid on our hearts. Then something happens: things take a long time, or they […]
We welcomed our baby girl into the world and if you’ve ever had a newborn while taking care of an active 2-year-old, maintaining sanity is a bit of a trick!
Having young kids is hard. Taking care of your priorities is challenging…and I believe putting our kids first isn’t necessarily healthy.
Do you considered uniqueness something you should be rocking out regularly? Oh, I sincerely hope so. Because embracing your uniqueness is imperative…
They’re the good girls who have their lives together…But I hate to break it to you, the “good Christian girl” is a complete misnomer
I was listening to a speaker yesterday, and they said something that hit me between the eyes. In the middle of their 18-minute talk, they suddenly blurted out, “You’ve gone through enough in life! It’s okay to feel joy.”
Something in my head clicked. I realized I had been denying myself permission to feel joy for a long…long time.
I thought I thrived quite well under pressure. Work pressure, relational pressure, mental and emotional pressure, you name it. There’s a part of my brain that shifts gears into overdrive and just goes. And if it’s life-and-death kind of pressure, even better. From working with massive — and sometimes aggressive — animals to emergency services, […]