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The Common Ground of Coffee

The Common Ground of Coffee

It’s funny, the seemingly mundane things God uses to bring us together. I’ve been a morning person for as long as I can remember, probably because I am just like my mom, and she is the epitome of a morning person. As a child I […]

Walk Free

Walk Free

As 2018 begins, I have spent a lot of time thinking about this previous year. The things I accomplished, the things I failed to accomplish, and the things I want to change in this new year. Since we’re being honest and transparent here, I will […]

Don’t Wish These Days Away

Don’t Wish These Days Away

Scrolling through Instagram this morning I came across a picture of one of my friends hiking in the mountains and thought, “ugh, I wish I was there.” Browsing Facebook last night I scrolled past a video of a friend who had just had a baby […]

Lessons I Learned In My First Year Of Marriage

Lessons I Learned In My First Year Of Marriage

Regardless of what you see on T.V. and in the movies, there is a learning curve that comes along with marriage. Being accountable to someone else and adjusting to living with a someone takes time to get used to. My husband and I have been […]

The Bride’s Guide To a Stress Free Wedding Day

The Bride’s Guide To a Stress Free Wedding Day

Bride’s and their families spend months planning the perfect wedding. You plan everything from the food and venue, down to the color of the napkins and flower petals; it’s daunting, to say the least. Leading up the big day is hectic and stressful. Of course, […]

The Thankful Project

The Thankful Project

I can be a pretty anxious person. I also overthink everything and worry about the little things in life way too much. I’ve been going through an even more difficult season of life and through it, I have struggled with being thankful. God has blessed […]

Five Winter Date Ideas

Five Winter Date Ideas

Whether you’re dating, in a serious relationship or married, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut of going on the same date every week or month, especially in the winter when it can be more difficult to find things to do. Dinner, Netflix, movies, […]

6 Practical Ways To Stop Overthinking

6 Practical Ways To Stop Overthinking

I am the queen of overthinking everything.¬†Everything.¬†From why someone didn’t text me back to if I hurt someone’s feelings at work. Even little things, like if people are going to think I look weird in these shoes or if my boss is mad that I […]

Undeserved Invitation

Undeserved Invitation

My best friend and I took a cross-country road trip the summer before our senior year of college. We spent about 3 and a half weeks traveling from Indiana to California and back. All we took with us was a tent, a couple of sleeping […]

Unplugged

Unplugged

On Friday my husband Joe and I went on a date. Joe had been wanting to try this new pizza place that had recently come to Indy. He had seen it promoted on a video featuring a guy doing a “flop test” with this pizza […]


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