For Those Who Struggle During the Holidays
I kind of have a love/hate relationship with the winter months, November and December. Anyone else feel this way? Seasonal affective disorder is real for some people, and the holidays can be tough.
Finding ‘pure joy’ in the midst of chaos
Even in the midst of your heartache, God is working. Here’s how I found “pure joy” in my darkest season.
Tools for Daily Rhythms
Whether it’s a new week, new month, or a new year, there’s something refreshing about fresh start. You might be the type of person to set New Year’s Resolutions or New Year’s Goals, or you might just be the type of person who enjoys creating new rhythms for your life. Here are some tools to help.
My Top 5 Books of 2021
Once again, I set out this year to read 25 books, only to come woefully short of that goal. Much of that was because I spent a good portion of this year writing more than reading, but I’m also trying to focus more on the quality of what I read over the quantity.
Let’s read together!
Episode 62: Author Winfield Bevins
Author Winfield Bevins joins the podcast to talk about reclaiming the home as a place for prayer and worship. We also had a great conversation about discipline, especially as it relates to creativity and writing.
You have permission to change your mind
I was one of the fortunate ones early on who knew what they wanted to do, and I did it. But I was just as fortunate to know when it was time to leave and, more importantly, that it was okay to do so.
Making (& Keeping) Your New Year’s Goals
Ultimately it comes down to desire and what truly motivates you, but a little framework goes a long way. Here are a few ways to help you check off your New Year’s goals or resolutions list at the end of the year.
My Top 5 Books of 2020
As you are building your 2021 reading list, I wanted to share my Top 5 books of 2020 so you can add them to your list if you haven’t already read them.