3 Ways to Avoid the Comparison Trap

We’ve all heard that comparison is a thief of joy. I am here to tell you that this quote is so true! I struggled with comparison all of my childhood and most of my adult life so far. But I’m also here to tell you that it doesn’t need to be that way. I want to share my struggle and tips on how to avoid comparing yourself in the future.Read More »

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Birthday: 5 Changes I’m Making

I turned 27 years old today. People keep asking me how it feels to be closer to 30. Honestly, I’m not like how people usually are when they get closer to the next mile stone. I see so many years ahead!! I’m so excited to see what else is going to come my way! Right now, I’m amazed that our bodies can last even this long. That the organs continue to work day and night without stopping when you’re healthy. We put our bodies through so much through our lives and we give them so many reasons to give out on us early. Read More »

Prayer Not Answered

Sometimes we can pray and pray and pray and feel like God isn’t hearing our prayer. I wrote about if God answers our prayers, and I firmly believe He does. Read that here. Displaying a passionate intensity is the definition of the word fervent. Some of my prayers are ones that I only pray every once in a while. Then there are a couple that could be defined as FERVENT prayers. One in particular is the biggest of them all…

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Distractions to Christian Faith and How to Avoid Them

Hang on.. hang on… okay. I’m done checking Instagram. Sound familiar? It is something that has become a “norm.” Everyone has even found it common courtesy to pause and wait for someone to check a notification on their phone or to pause the show currently being binged on Netflix. So many things have developed in the past 10 years that distract us from interactions with those around us. But what about what they are doing to our relationship with God?Read More »

Back to School Memories

Well, its been one week since most kiddos went back to school or started school for the first time. This time of the year can be filled with so many mixed emotions for both the children and the parents. The kids may have fear and excitement wrapped in one. The parents might feel sad about how quickly their kids are growing up mixed with the fondness of the memories they have from their school days. I don’t have kids yet so I’m solely focused on my memories. Read More »