New city, new weather, new sights and sounds, new freeways to get used to, new coffee shoppes, new job, new neighborhood, new culture, new church, new everything. When you first move away from home, it can become a little overwhelming. There are emotions and setbacks you face that no one nor any course could have … More Dear Friend who moved away from Home,
In her book, Here Now, Kate Merrick writes, “Let’s enter into the real life of right here, right now.” Let’s live presently in the lives that we have been given. “We are meant to breathe in today, and only today.” A friend recently messaged me and encouraged me to share my heart when it comes … More Here Now. Social Media Later.
A few years ago, I wrote a blogpost to both my single and non-single friends. Read it here. Since it’s been awhile since I’ve written a lifestyle piece, but mainly because I want to share my heart in hope that someone out there is encouraged, here is my post to all of the single men … More Dear Single Friend,
I have never been a fan of mirrors, mainly because when I look on the other side, I see something that needs to change. But, on the other hand, there are things that can be changed that leads to better growth. So, I guess I am thankful for mirrors and reflections, after all. This is … More Hello, 2019.
Anyone who has been living in the 21st century knows how significant social psychology and personality has become in many aspects of our lives, including our relationships with one another and even leadership in the workplace. While I’ve always been a huge fan of the Meyers Briggs personality spectrum (Shout out to my fellow ENFP’s), … More I finally see myself: A letter to the Type 3’s
To every day, there is a lesson to be learned. To every season, there is change. Upon the change of seasons, there can be mixed feelings of joy+sorrow. There is a sadness in the winds in having to say goodbye to what has been, yet there is also an excitement in the air for all … More Hey Autumn.