Month: June 2012

On the Reconciliation of Stuff (2)

On the Reconciliation of Stuff (2)

A few days ago on Facebook I encountered this status from a friend: If you’re new to this conversation, you may want to start with post (1). I posed this question: How do you feel when you buy something? I hope we all took a […]

On the Reconciliation of Stuff

On the Reconciliation of Stuff

How do you feel about your stuff? I’ve blogged about it before in posts featuring clothing and food, but here I am tackling the topic again as requested by a friend. So, how do you feel about it?Recently, I’ve packed my entire house, moved it […]

Hot & Uncomfortable

Hot & Uncomfortable

It was May of 2009 and I was feeling hot and uncomfortable. The warm summer air had already started to creep into the days of May just as school had ended for the year and I caved. I couldn’t take the heat anymore so I […]

Turn the Tables + A Giveaway

Turn the Tables + A Giveaway

I’ve been blogging for approximately two years now, mainly in the dark confines of my personal home office with zero readers except the occasional visit from my husband because he loves me that much. All until recently, when I met with a friend who encouraged […]

Unstuck [Book In Review]

Unstuck [Book In Review]

As a blogger one of my perks, shall we say, is to review books from the Bethany House publishing group in exchange for the {book in review} for free. It’s fun, and a great way to open yourself up to books that you may or […]

On The Importance Of Water (H2O Pt. 1)

On The Importance Of Water (H2O Pt. 1)

Water is vital to all forms of life. It’s imperative for your body to continue restoring the cells with H2O, so imperative that after 3 days without water you will die. To get a better understanding of the water crisis I would recommend the documentary […]

When Impossible becomes Anything

When Impossible becomes Anything

In the last month I’ve had a two day garage sale, selling most of my non essential items, packed up my entire house and moved 350 miles away. If you would have given me a snapshot of the month of May before I entered it, […]