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I’ll be the first to admit, I’ve had doubts. It’s something I’m sure we’ve all struggled with. We want to know everything and we want to know it all now, but friends let me ask you something… If we were to know everything beyond the shadow of a doubt, as we like to say, does…… Continue reading Doubt: A guest piece
This is a late “new year” post, but I figured it’s better late than never! I want you to think of a really important part of your life – a hobby, your job, your family – and imagine it just vanish. Feels empty, doesn’t it? That’s exactly how I felt for most of the year.…… Continue reading 2016, I’m ready for you
I am super excited to have been nominated for the Liebster Award by The Blogger on the Mount, who is one of my favorite bloggers. THANK YOU so much for your recognition and your interaction in my posts! Instructions: In a post – answer the questions that your nominator posted for his/her nominees. Share 11…… Continue reading Liebster Award + Q&A
Thanksgiving November is a challenge I made for myself and anyone who would like to participate. I started the month thinking that it would be a nice reminder, to myself and any readers, that there are always things to be grateful for! This is my last post for this challenge. It’s been awesome to look…… Continue reading Thanksgiving November: Raw Emotions
Last week I heard lots of opinions and passionate speeches and rants about the Syrian refugees coming here, and along with that, the topic of terrorism. So I decided to share how I feel. I feel over-the-top, overwhelmingly, never-felt-this-way ANGRY. I have so much rage inside of me. Rage that’s not directed at anyone or…… Continue reading Refugees
I’m still in college. But boy, oh boy, has it taught me lots! I went through high school absolutely sure of how my future would play out. And it’s not like there was a general idea, there was a whole plan, a whole list of things that I wanted to do – that “I will…… Continue reading 3 Lessons for Anxious College Students