Printables · Tools and Resources

Social Media Self-Assessment Tools

Whether you love it, hate it, or fall somewhere in between, social media is something pretty much everyone is affected by in one way or another. Even if you don’t use it yourself for personal reasons, it’s becoming inescapably  woven into the fabric of everyday life. Social media can be fun, useful, and even necessary.… Continue reading Social Media Self-Assessment Tools

Growth · Health and Wellness · Home and Family · Mental health · Perspective · Relationships · Uncategorized

This Year, More

In the South we don’t often get a blanket of white covering our world on New Year’s day, making everything look new and glittery, but that doesn’t stop us from dreaming about the year ahead (and the possibility of a good snow day or two). In years past, I’ve made resolutions, set goals, made bucket… Continue reading This Year, More

Faith and Religion · Growth · Health and Wellness · Home and Family · Perspective · Relationships

Just Like Christmas

I know the holidays are a mix of wonder and heartbreak, magic and stress, togetherness and loneliness. My grandmother died the Christmas Eve I was 6. Ovarian cancer took her quickly, as it is known to do. My grandmother and grandfather lived at the top of the gravel road that forked and led to the… Continue reading Just Like Christmas

Culture · Uncategorized

You Can Ask My Mother — How the light at the end of the day

You can ask my mother- I’ve always had issues with authority when the authority is unworthy I knew how to stay out of trouble but I promise you that was self-preservation I read once that problems with authority can be a trait of giftedness giftedness isn’t what you think it is when you’re […] via You… Continue reading You Can Ask My Mother — How the light at the end of the day

Faith and Religion · Growth · Politics

When Election Fatigue = Church Fatigue

This election season has reminded me of why I keep hesitating regarding getting involved in local church again. It’s been hard to watch unfold on a national level, but it’s been closer to deeply disturbing and heartbreaking to me on a personal, local level. I struggle to relate to the Christians in my life who… Continue reading When Election Fatigue = Church Fatigue