I mentioned in my last post that health is something I want to talk about more here. It’s been a huge part of my life and over the last couple of years I feel like I have learned so much about healthy eating, non-toxic lifestyle, and exercise that it would be a disservice to not share some of that . . .
Hello, Hello, Hello, and a very Happy New Year to all my wonderful readers out there! I am very excited and motivated by the purpose God has placed upon my heart for this blog in 2019. I figure the best way to get started with all of this is to reflect a little on the progress made in 2018, and . . .
If you’ve been following me on Social Media for any length of time you may have heard me mention that for a while I have been dealing with anxiety. Looking back I started to notice a spike in my anxiety just after I got married about a year and a half ago. It progressively got worse and worse. I . . .
This time of year while we’re all searching for gifts for loved ones, and planning our holiday parties, many of us are also looking for ways to give back. I’ve done my research and I have included here in this post some ways to help out in the local area (MD & PA), but also some ideas to search . . .
I had this amazing opportunity this month to work with Kristin from Tiny Red Tornado and Chanel from Chanel Photography and be part of a photoshoot series that they are doing to promote self love. I love the heart these girls have about this message and how they are so encouraging when speaking life . . .
Aha a subject we have all been waiting for. It’s been a minute since I delved into an awkwardly hot topic like this one but I am super excited to get the conversation rolling on this, especially since I’ve noticed a great number of my sweet readers have met their spouse online! Dating, in and . . .
I recently had a discussion with several family members about the significance of baptism and the role it plays on salvation. We have had several babies born in my extended family and two grandchildren in my immediate family and some members were upset that the children have not been baptized. My . . .
“Why don’t you want a kitten?”, asked the employee at the animal shelter. I answered her with a superficial response. The fact is everyone wants kittens. Right? Just like everyone wants to foster and adopt babies. I wanted an older cat, who was possibly overlooked just like older children tend to . . .
My life was out of control ever since I was just a kid. I grew up in Edmondson Village, on the West Side of Baltimore. I lived there for most of my youth and was in a constant battle to fit in. I never felt good enough. It didn’t matter what I did, what I wore, whether I fought someone bigger than . . .
So last week my husband and I decided to challenge ourselves by having him pick my outfits for the entire week. A whole 7 days, and I had to wear whatever he picked. Of course when we were discussing this challenge, my husband felt a lot of pressure to pick things I liked, and I felt a lot of . . .