Rachel Hollis, for those of you who don't know, is the author of Girl, Wash Your Face. That's for me. I didn't know. But my girlfriend did and when we were perusing Amazon Prime together this past Friday, she pointed out this documentary and told me that 1) I need to step out from under my … Continue reading Currently Watching: Rachel Hollis Presents: Made for More
The conversations started well before I became pregnant with my son. They came up when people asked me how I felt about pregnancy and about the 4th trimester and about the first year. They came up when one of my friends announced she was pregnant and again when her beautiful baby was born. I was … Continue reading Postpartum Self Care
Well, to be truthful, I've just finished the book. I had to wait until the very end to write this because it stretched me and I needed to know where it finished. The title alone tells you that this book falls wildly outside of the ordinary. The author manifests a purposefully unconventional approach to Christianity … Continue reading Currently Reading: Bandersnatch
I am an organization junkie. I don't have all of the acrylic containers, expensive food storage, or wicker baskets to prove it but believe me when I tell you that I research this stuff constantly. I follow well known organizers on social media. I buy their books. I participate in their online challenges. I use … Continue reading Currently Watching: The True Cost
2018 is shaping up to be the year of books for me and I. am. not. mad. about it. After finishing Start with Why, I picked up Brené Brown's Daring Greatly. It belongs to a really good girlfriend of mine who may or may not remember I still have it. Surprise! It's still heeeeeere! The timing wasn't … Continue reading Currently Reading: Daring Greatly
I'm currently sitting in the airport which is a place I haven't been in quite some time. I'm traveling for work, making my way to a 6 day training which will end with some new certifications and knowledge about how to better support my team. 6 days. With an additional day devoted to travel. It's … Continue reading A 3 Year Old’s Goodbye
This past weekend I headed north with 700+ students, my fellow small group leaders (Aren't we a good-looking bunch?), coaches and church staff to SpringHill Camp for what is lovingly referred to as "Snow Camp" 2018 edition. I usually take a lot of flack around this time of year. Everyone loves reminiscing about my very … Continue reading Snow Camp and Rule Breakers
I received a Day Designer planner from my parents for Christmas and immediately devoured the annual planning pages. In previous years, I've chosen a phrase or a Bible verse as my inspiration for the year but I'm letting my new planner set the course this time around. As such, I've limited myself to one lone … Continue reading Word of 2018: Engage
Last night, one of my very closest friends introduced me to the Enneagram (which is a fancy way of saying that she's just cleared my schedule and given me my next time suck). I love personality quizzes, categorizations, or as Wikipedia tells me "models of human psyche." It should come as no surprise to anyone … Continue reading An Enneagram? Sounds painful.
Life has been a little hectic lately. In the last 7 weeks or so, I have worked in inordinate amount of overtime. Do you still call it overtime when you're a salaried employee? Not just a few late nights here and there or a few early meetings but multiple days' worth of time. Leading up to our … Continue reading Life has been a little hectic lately.