Most people know by now that I adopted a dog this past February. If you don’t know, we haven’t talked since February because I have become one of those people. You know the ones I’m talking about- you can’t have a conversation with them without their dog coming up, and it seems like they have… Continue reading Here’s to Drawing Close
Six weeks ago, I came home from my dream trip to Europe. Granted, I didn’t always expect my dream trip to include my younger brother, but we made it work. The question I always seem to get since coming home is, “what was your favorite part?” I know people mean well when they ask me… Continue reading Europe in a Nutshell
For the past few months, my small group and I have been reading through Love Does by Bob Goff. (If you haven’t read it before, that needs to happen. You can find it on amazon here.) It’s a book that’s full of stories of this ordinary man who lives this extravagant life. And not because… Continue reading Life, Interrupted
This past weekend, my dad celebrated his 52nd birthday. For those of you who haven’t met my dad, you’re missing out. Seriously. He’s one of the most open hearted men I’ve had the privilege of knowing in my 22 years. Throughout my life, he has been there to patiently guide me through the good and also not… Continue reading 22 lessons I’ve learned from my dad
I love Netflix. I love that there are so many different options I can choose from… I really love that they just added every season of Gilmore Girls. Personally, I think there’s something magical about being able to binge watch endless hours of one of my favorite TV shows whenever I want… Well, maybe magical isn’t the… Continue reading What Netflix taught me about life
Often times in life, I feel like I’m stuck in this never ending rat race. And the reason I say stuck is because in those times, it feels like there’s no way out. There’s no light at the end of the tunnel. No silver lining to hold onto to keep me moving forward. It actually… Continue reading I’m running the wrong race.
“You have to say no to good things, so you can say yes to what’s best.” It was when I first heard someone say those words that saying no took on a new meaning to me. I was no longer letting people down or avoiding responsibility- I was simply holding out for different opportunities… better opportunities. Needless to say, I… Continue reading A better reason to say no