Hey Favorites, How was 2018? How are you? I've heard some say that this year has been very hard for them. I want to take a minute and honor that space if that's where you are. Many times, the best way to move forward is to admit the effect an event has had on you. … Continue reading New Blog Site!!
Since the internet and I have had such a hard time lately, I've turned full throttle to it's distant cousin - The Podcast. Any menial task with an excellent podcast pair quite well together. But, finding a good podcast can be tricky. For me, the following rules must apply before I subscribe: If it's a women's … Continue reading Podcasts that Help: Recent Finds While Binge Subscribing
My heart hurts. It's been been 3 months since quitting Facebook. Normally, this is not a big deal. I don't miss it: the scrolling, the negativity, the addictive behavior I'd formed around it. Scroll, feel bad, get off, get back on, scroll, feel bad, get off, get back on, scroll.... It was bad. I'm thankful … Continue reading You Exist – With or Without Instagram
Recently, my family and I went swimming. It's not something we do often, so when we go, we take full advantage. Water slide, diving board. It's been a long time since I'd done a cannon ball. My older two can swim well. My youngest. . . well. . . Not so much. She likes the … Continue reading Asking for Help: Sometimes Life Requires a Life Vest
There is a guy that flies over my house. Literally. I don't even know what contraption he's in. Think Katy Perry in "Rise", attach a bug-like whirring motor, and take away the sexiness. That's the guy. I can't imagine how he must feel - floating above everything, neighborhoods, churches, farms. I can imagine the reaction he … Continue reading Transformation: Peeling Back The Layers Of What We Think We Know
It's Friday evening. We've roasted hot dogs, enjoyed slurping cream soda floats, and the moment. It is one of those moments that contain the whole world, everything precious in one flash of joy. It's raining. The sun is shining, brilliant, making everything feel translucent, light, and possible. I run outside to look for a rainbow. … Continue reading Everything
There is a path and I will be filled. For the past two weeks, my family and I drove and drove and drove to, in my own words, get our hearts back in the mountains of Colorado. I thought the mountains held the answer. Tall, unrelenting, opportunistic, the mountains loomed over us, beside us, outside … Continue reading Colorado: Hiking, Yoga, and Living in the Enough