This resource has been a long time coming. I originally created it years ago after […]
Preparing Your Child’s Heart for School; free PDF guide
This guide is meant for your child will walk away knowing where to turn to for help (you and scripture), that they feel equipped with specific scripture to navigate the school year, and that they have deeper insight into who God is and how He shows up for them and through them.
Spiritual Seasons: Rejoicing in Winter
God often speaks to me in themes. I’d like to think this is God’s way […]
I have my masters in Speech Language Pathology and I take my kid to speech; but that’s not the point.
I studied communication disorders in undergrad, have my masters in speech language pathology and I’ve […]
International Women’s Month: Four Ways to Give Back and Empower Women All Over the World.
This International Women’s Month I’ve been inspired to truly go international. To care about, contribute what I can, and work toward empowering all women. When women of the world have the resources they need to live wholesome, meaningful lives, everyone is better for it.
Struggling Well This Lent
Practical ways to make Lent count this year and bring your family alongside you.
Family Day at The Mississippi Aquarium
Living on the Coast, our kids are completely obsessed with aquatic animals so when we […]
10 No Shop Christmas Crafts and Activities
Check out this list of Christmas crafts that you can do this season with things you already have around your home!
Pesto Parmesan Minestrone Soup
We love Minestrone soup around here and I’ve officially found the best recipe. I love […]
Holiday Gifting with Beautycounter
Over the years I’ve found that people really love both gifting and receiving gifts that […]
Family Charcuterie now happens about twice a month in our house. Usually they wreak of […]
Breast Cancer Prevention Month; What I learned from getting a mammogram at 28
Breast Cancer Prevention Month has been a month of reflection and education for me over […]
The Truth about Resilience
When Paul described his afflictions as “light and momentary troubles” he had been shipwrecked, beaten to near death, starved and imprisoned. I’d venture to say that none of these singular events much less the accumulation of all of them would seem light and momentary to anybody today.
This pandemic doesn’t seem light and momentary.
But that’s what happens when we shift our perspective in light of eternity.
Approaching Your Family’s Nutrition When you Have Struggled with Disordered Eating
I’ve put off sharing this for so long because honestly I just didn’t really know […]
Current skincare + products that are making my dull skin glow
I have never seen such significant changes in my skin since the last year of […]
July 4th in 2020
So let me be upfront. I don’t know the right things to say. I struggle […]
I really feel like there are two kinds of people out there: Mountain-loving, crisp air-consuming, […]
Plant-based, vegan, vegetarian, flexitarian, pescatarian, lacto-vegetarian, ovo-vegetarian, carnivore, omnivore, paleotarian, pollotarian, fruitarian, raw foodie. Sheesh! […]
Gosh I can hardly believe I’ve started this thing. As I sit here my cheeks […]
Fall Outdoor Activities for Kids; Ending 2020 Well
2020 has been a wild a year. A lot of unknowns and incredibly hard things. […]