When I bought my dining room table, I wanted to fill it with people. I don’t do that nearly enough because it takes a lot of time, effort, and money. I really love to feed people though. Planning times around the table or cooking meals for people brings me life. It allows me to use … More $30/30 Minute Dinner Party (and a Giveaway!)
I am so excited to announce a new series! I have been meeting with women over the past few weeks and asking (begging?) them to write a guest post for me. Enter Carolyn.
I am not even sure when I first met Carolyn. I do remember the first time I visited Woodland Hills she was leading worship and I could tell that she has a heart of worship like I had never seen before and her presence on the stage made you want to know her more because Jesus oozes out of here. She is beautiful inside and out, speaks truth with grace, and constantly building up those around her. … More Duped: A Guest Post by Carolyn Hill
A few days ago I received a text from a girl I had the opportunity to do life with this past summer. She is in college, makes me laugh, tells hilarious stories, and loves the Lord with a fierce boldness that I sometimes envy. Her text and request was simple, “What should I look for … More A Man Who Loves Jesus
With the start of a new year, Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter are flooding with ways people can make self-care a priority in their lives. Self-care is the idea that a person can deal with the stresses of life with easy, practical habits. Ways to practice self-care are simple: eat well, exercise, sleep eight hours a … More Challenging Self-Care
Being single is hard sometimes. And it is okay to admit that. I love being alone. I love finding time away from the world because I am a processor and overthinker. I feel all the emotions deeply and the silence is where I can be my real self. I love being able to talk to … More Handling Singleness
I love food. I really love good food that has lots of colors, textures, and flavors with fresh ingredients. I love to cook. I love to spend time the kitchen pairing flavors together to create something new. I use olive oils in ice cream, ice cream in bread, and will try anything once just to say … More Fall Salad
We are two weeks into November and I have yet to recover from October. Does anyone else agree that October was a hard month? It seemed like everyone I knew was dealing with major life stuff, myself included. Not to mention we had an election on our hands that was driving people apart. I dealt … More Four Truths to Dwell On