In the last couple posts, I have talked a lot about fear. I mentioned how fear holds me back and influences my life in more ways than I appreciate or want. I even started focusing on how to overcome them and be a better version of myself. The first few days went spectacularly! It is … Continue reading Ask and You Shall Receive
I'm so ready for fall. Crisp air. Falling leaves. Decorations. Apple cider. The whole nine yards! Autumn is my absolute favorite time of year and it always has been. It's a time of closure and renewal for me. This year the winter, spring, and summer all seem to be dragging on and on! I thought … Continue reading Falling for Autumn
When I was younger I'd spend most summers at my grandparents home in mid-Missouri. This particular small town area is unique as it is the epitome of rural with the nearest towns having populations under 500 (the nearest town has an official population of 54!) but it is not a particularly agricultural area like most … Continue reading Frightful to Fearless
See all the bubbles? Each one represents something I need to do this summer! It’s all fun and games until the bubbles pop!
I didn’t expect to feel so much weight lifted when writing this. I didn’t honestly know what to expect.
I learned not all friendships are meant to last, some are meant to teach us something about ourselves or the world and then end.
The past rears it’s head in unsightly ways sometimes but facing the beast is the only way to calm it.
With so much going on at once, sometimes it’s very easy to hide away and hope it all just goes away despite how damaging and dangerous the habit is.
A little self-reflection is good for the soul. May it guide me through a journey to find peace and joy in a world littered with stress and challenges.
“We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.” - Martin Luther King Jr.