I’ve recently made the mistake of confusing laziness with stillness. While they may appear seemingly interchangeable, these terms are vastly different and hold contrasting levels of value. Laziness is noteworthy in it’s own way - vegging out on the couch and watching your favorite television show at the end of a day feels so good. … Continue reading The Work of Stillness
We are debt free - this is what peace feels like amidst a tanking economy. Let’s get on the same page: 69% of Americans have less than $1,000 saved in their bank account & just 18% of Americans say they could live off their savings for at least six months (GOBankingRates Study 2019 & Bankrate … Continue reading Paying For A Pandemic
Allowing each day to be led by inspiration will shed a whole new light on your life. What can you do to get inspired? Glad you asked. Let's talk. Living uninspired leads us to feel we are called to be complacent, that we are made to continue living exactly the same way every single day. … Continue reading [in-spuh-rey-shuhn]
This chapter of life feels uniquely slow. How could that be? There is wedding planning, family is expanding, new experiences every single day & hours seem to fly by. Yet I take one minute to myself and feel I am not keeping up with the rest of the world in spite of these joyful happenings. … Continue reading Placidity is Good
I've felt extremely motivated to remove excess material items from my life lately & wanted to understand where this drive was coming from. Turns out, the answer was right in front of me; or rather, at the center of my heart. I’ve never enjoyed clutter, but I have always enjoyed having stuff; lots of stuff … Continue reading I’ll Keep It Simple
I am still learning to grow in grace..I believe I will be for the rest of my time on earth. grace (n): courteous goodwill. That textbook definition makes it seem pretty simple, right? Essentially, be polite to people. But grace, the way God designed it, is so much more. It is deep and loving and … Continue reading Lavish Me, Please.