Expect Him: What It Means To Wait On The Lord

If you are currently in a season of your life where you're waiting on the Lord's answer to a need or desire that's on your heart, then this post is for you. ❤ There have been a great many instances in my life when I sought the Lord's direction. This was especially true when there … Continue reading Expect Him: What It Means To Wait On The Lord

Mindful Living Challenge – Listening To Understand {Week Eleven}

"Listen. People start to heal the moment they feel heard." - Cheryl Richardson While browsing online for potential topics to include in this challenge, I have ended up coming across some important life lessons that I'm excited to write about and share.One thing I've never thought much about being mindful of are the conversations we … Continue reading Mindful Living Challenge – Listening To Understand {Week Eleven}

Mindful Living Challenge – Avoiding Procrastination {Week Ten}

"Waiting is just delaying your desired result." - Kylie Francis Any time I have a project that I've been putting off working on for a long time, my automatic response to being reminded of it is, I'll do that another time. My closet is a prime example of this. It will take a lot of work … Continue reading Mindful Living Challenge – Avoiding Procrastination {Week Ten}

Mindful Living Challenge – Learning From Mistakes {Week Nine}

"Remember that life's greatest lessons are usually learned at the worst times and from the worst mistakes." - Unknown Having perfectionistic tendencies have held me back from learning a great many lessons in life. When I make a mistake, whether that's in cooking, driving, gaming, blogging, crafting, etc., I feel very poorly about myself. Instead … Continue reading Mindful Living Challenge – Learning From Mistakes {Week Nine}

50 Questions To Get To Know Yourself {Part Two}

Here's part two of this post! I'll be answering the second set of 25 questions to learn more about myself, as well as share better insight into who I am. ❤ Click here to read the article that provided these questions. 50 Questions To Get To Know Yourself {Part Two} 26. What inspires you the … Continue reading 50 Questions To Get To Know Yourself {Part Two}

50 Questions To Get To Know Yourself {Part One}

On Wednesdays, I'm currently blogging about tags and awards! For this week and the next, I'll be answering a set of 50 questions to get to know myself better. It will be a great exercise for me, as well as a way for new readers to learn more about this writer! Click here to read … Continue reading 50 Questions To Get To Know Yourself {Part One}

Look For The Best In People

When you look for the best in people, You're giving them a chance to be The person that they know they are, The one that they can see. When you look for the best in people, In time, I'm sure you'll find That feeling positively toward others Will beautifully change your mind. When you look … Continue reading Look For The Best In People

My Favorite Versions Of The Bible

Hi there! Happy Sunday to you. 😊💛 This is going to be a quick, fun post that I'm sharing with you on this fine weekend. I spent yesterday afternoon going to different stores with my dad (which was very enjoyable, by the way!), so I wasn't able to do much in relation to blogging. As … Continue reading My Favorite Versions Of The Bible

Life With Baby Siblings | Thoughts + Confessions

Hello! I hope you're having a beautiful day 😊💜 Earlier this week, my mom and I were discussing the fact that I never thought I'd have baby siblings at the age I am now. Elizabeth's (2) and Isabella's (eight months) presence in my life has completely altered where I spend my time, which has then … Continue reading Life With Baby Siblings | Thoughts + Confessions

An Ode To Overthinking

When I think, I think too much. Things and situations, trials and circumstances ... They stay on my mind for far too long. I'll take something simple that I should hope for the best in ... But I analyze it instead. I'm cynical and pessimistic; I see the worst in myself. I ruin positive situations … Continue reading An Ode To Overthinking