How to Find the Right Workout Program

I love working out. Okay, that’s a lie. I just wanted to see how it felt if I typed that out with confidence. It felt wrong. Let’s start over. I love how I feel after I work out. It’s getting to the gym, and more than that, getting in the habit of working out, that’s always […]

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How to Make a Vision Board

  Are vision boards truly something that will help your goals and dreams come to life? Yes. When I started working for Oxford, my boss, who is amazing, shared with me that he has been making vision boards for, not only his career, but for all his aspirations in life. We were driving to Grandbury, TX […]

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2016 – The Year I Learned the Most About Myself

Time to Get Real: 2016 in a Nutshell I didn’t know on January 1, 2016 that this would be the year I learned the most about myself. I didn’t realize it would be one I looked back and, at first glance, felt like I didn’t make any personal progress. I sat down yesterday and wrote down […]

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Christmas – “Santa I know him!”

Indiana Christmas I can’t believe Christmas is already over. So in a poor attempt to hold onto it for just a moment longer, I want to share a couple of my Christmas moments and a few of my favorite gifts. Christmas is likely much like yours, filled with laughter, chaos, jammed packed days and full evenings. […]

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How to Worry Less

  What is your biggest worry? This is a pretty broad question that, frankly, could be answered a thousand different ways. If you were to ask me what my biggest worry was today, chances are, the answer would be something entirely different next week. But should it be? That’s a trick question, because there’s a […]

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Not an Expert in Love.

The title of this post pretty much sums it up. I may be better off stopping here and signing my name at the bottom. Lucky, or unlucky, for you I won’t. I may not be married or heck, even in a relationship at the moment, but I’ve had my fair share of experience in the […]

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10 Small Activities to Beat the Blues

Yesterday I had the Sunday blues.  I get that from time-to-time, especially since I moved so far from my family. My day started off great. I woke up to the smell of freshly brewed coffee, waiting patiently to be poured into my favorite coffee mug. I took the pups on a stroll through Cole Park, […]

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The New Post Birthday Cleanse. The Stomach Flu.

Last week I kept making a joke that it was the last stretch in my twenties and I was going to live it up by eating terrible and then do some sort of repair the next week.  Well, mission accomplished.  The day after my birthday I woke up feeling amazing.  I had one of the […]

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How to Better Your Prayer Life

The Struggle is Real: Prayer Recently, my community group and I got to talking about prayer. One of the many things I love about the girls in this group is, we always keep it real. We talked about prayer and how hard it is to stay disciplined. We admitted how hard it is to put prayer […]

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10 Lessons Learned by Age 30

In light of turning 30 tomorrow, I’ve decided to share some of the important lessons I’ve learned along the way. It’s all about trial and error, but hopefully this may save you some time and possibly a few headaches. Life’s plan is messy and hurts sometimes. Praise God for that. Literally. If I could tell you […]

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