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Why Your Life is Like a Magic Trick

Lately, this season that my husband and I have been walking through has been long, treacherous and quite painful. We battle not only my sickness, but desires, dreams and goals that go unmet for various reasons. In the past few weeks, we have not only been hit with a financial burden that was completely unseen,… Continue reading Why Your Life is Like a Magic Trick


Blogger Recognition Award

  Hey there, faithful readers! I am so honored to have been chosen for the Blogger Recognition Award. I want to thank Hannah from Life as Mrs Yolo for nominating me! In acceptance of the award, there are a few things I need to do. I must thank the Blogger who nominated me and provide… Continue reading Blogger Recognition Award


Why I Realized Marriage Is Not For Me

Most women begin dreaming of and planning for their wedding from the time they are young girls. They dream of a fairy-tale day with their prince charming. This couldn’t have been a more accurate statement for me. I knew I wanted an outdoor beach/nautical themed wedding with coral and navy-blue accents. I knew what style… Continue reading Why I Realized Marriage Is Not For Me


4 Things You Should Stop Doing Right Now

As a chronic illness warrior, there is a lot on my plate. Normal life responsibilities, additional medical struggles that most don’t have to worry about and the desire to enjoy life and all that it offers. The last thing I need is to do more than what is absolutely necessary and to do things that… Continue reading 4 Things You Should Stop Doing Right Now


7 Reasons God is AWESOME

So often in life I get caught up in the “here and now” and in the process, I get wrapped up in the situation before me and fail to acknowledge what my Father is doing behind me. Sometimes, it’s helpful to stop and really ponder who God is, what He has done and what He… Continue reading 7 Reasons God is AWESOME


What To Say When You Have No Words

Often-times, in the hustle and bustle of daily life, we find ourselves in a bit of an emotional and mental blur. We recognize we have feelings and thoughts, but seem unable to express them either in a verbal or written manner. Lately, I have found myself in this exact place. The last article I wrote… Continue reading What To Say When You Have No Words