It’s been a little while since I posted some fresh writing on here, so that’s what this week’s blog post is going to consist of. You might have already read it on my Instagram a few days ago but I just couldn’t help posting it here too! Continue reading
For those of you struggling through your semester as you miss being home, I hear ya. I went to university in England and around this point in the semester I really started being homesick because the holidays were just beginning. Continue reading
I’m assuming we’re all adults here so I’ll skip over the little kid stuff like “go to the bathroom beforehand” and “don’t ask the driver if you’re there yet” simply because those are the tips someone gives those who don’t want to be strangled by the other passengers. I’m listing tips about the fun stuff. Continue reading
A few months ago, I was sitting in the hammock on my porch, trying to read, and being rather unsuccessful. I was also trying to write about where my brain was currently at, in an attempt to organize it I guess, but was also being rather unsuccessful.
I grew up familiar with the concept of putting on the armor of God. I memorized the verse in song form before I was ten, and in Sunday School we would often label coloring pictures of cartoon knights dressed in armor. Continue reading
1. Get up when your alarm goes off.
Your first five seconds of the day are crucial. Hitting the snooze button starts a procrastination mindset that can spread to your entire day, making it difficult to stay motivated. The longer you debate getting up, the less likely it is you actually will (Believe me, I know. I’m not a morning person). When your alarm goes off, decide in less than five seconds to get up and start your day. Continue reading
I like the sound of the dishwasher, sloshing in its rhythm.
A yellow flame slowly melts copper wax, sending wafts of warm caramel apple cake into the air. Candles always seem like they belong in these months most. When everything burns, bright and bold, and then is suddenly swept away by all that is cold and still. Continue reading
I have nothing against little orange pumpkins. They start showing up near the entrances to most stores, and I get all excited that autumn has officially arrived. Including these in any fall decorating going on at my house automatically makes September that much more Continue reading
First of all disclaimer: I’m as guilty as the next person when it comes to liking compliments. It’s nice! Who doesn’t like it?
In theory, compliments are what a lot of people like collecting. We like the idea of people noticing something positive about us, whether that be a new haircut, a new outfit, or maybe even when someone notices something cool we’ve done and mentions it. Continue reading
Chin up, Princess.
The world is going to tell you that you’re both too much and not enough. That you’re not enough to change the world, but that your authentic self is too much for the mold you should fit in. Continue reading