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How Summer Should Really Feel

The phrase jumped clean off the glossy turquoise water covered page and I realized at last what had been bugging me all morning. The popular brand rallies its customers to buy into a belief that life should feel good all the time, easy, breezy and full of color and prosperity.     We like this

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Summer Book Recommendations — Everything From Heart to Home!

Deep breath in, hold for four counts, now breathe out. May is almost over. I sat back recently and wondered if May has always felt this intense. It has. Ever since Kindergarten when I had a mullet haircut. (No picture provided. And, you’re welcome.) May is the month everything structured stops and the big, hot, easy

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Happy Valentine’s Day To Your Soul

One week ago I stood on the edge of a beautiful ridge in Orange County, California, trying to get just the right angle with my iPhone to capture the wonder of a mountain scape at my back and an oceanic vista at my front.  Ya’ll, I’m no photographer. I couldn’t get it. But it was

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10 Ideas for Giving Meaningful Gifts

If you came to my house, you’d soon find you could read your way through it: the rooms turn like pages in a book. I didn’t mean to do this when I started out 10 years ago, it has just happened over time. If you know me now, you know I have a word-dense personality.

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Offering Hope To An Erupting Culture

Did you have a “Current Events” day in school growing up? I did, it was on Friday’s. Every Friday students were expected to bring in a clipping of a story from the newspaper. After lunch we would gather in a circle on the floor around the teacher, who sat in her seat. One by one

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How To Live In Freedom After the Fireworks Go Out

Yesterday I got lost, but not in the woods – in self-preservation. We are go for launch over here with my first book releasing September 1st. I’ve learned a painful reality of being an author in 2018. Writing a book is as similar to launching a book as flying in an airplane is to desperately

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Choosing to Live From Joy

Last week I shared some insights after watching two movies that entertained, but also got me thinking about my life at the gut-level. The first film was, “I Can Only Imagine” and while it was excellent, even more intriguing was the interview I found since then featuring Bart and Shannon Millard with Focus on the

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How Summer Should Really Feel

The phrase jumped clean off the glossy turquoise water covered page and I realized at last what had been bugging me all morning. The popular brand rallies its customers to buy into a belief that life should feel good all the time, easy, breezy and full of color and prosperity.     We like this

Read More »

Summer Book Recommendations — Everything From Heart to Home!

Deep breath in, hold for four counts, now breathe out. May is almost over. I sat back recently and wondered if May has always felt this intense. It has. Ever since Kindergarten when I had a mullet haircut. (No picture provided. And, you’re welcome.) May is the month everything structured stops and the big, hot, easy

Read More »

Happy Valentine’s Day To Your Soul

One week ago I stood on the edge of a beautiful ridge in Orange County, California, trying to get just the right angle with my iPhone to capture the wonder of a mountain scape at my back and an oceanic vista at my front.  Ya’ll, I’m no photographer. I couldn’t get it. But it was

Read More »

10 Ideas for Giving Meaningful Gifts

If you came to my house, you’d soon find you could read your way through it: the rooms turn like pages in a book. I didn’t mean to do this when I started out 10 years ago, it has just happened over time. If you know me now, you know I have a word-dense personality.

Read More »

Offering Hope To An Erupting Culture

Did you have a “Current Events” day in school growing up? I did, it was on Friday’s. Every Friday students were expected to bring in a clipping of a story from the newspaper. After lunch we would gather in a circle on the floor around the teacher, who sat in her seat. One by one

Read More »

How To Live In Freedom After the Fireworks Go Out

Yesterday I got lost, but not in the woods – in self-preservation. We are go for launch over here with my first book releasing September 1st. I’ve learned a painful reality of being an author in 2018. Writing a book is as similar to launching a book as flying in an airplane is to desperately

Read More »

Choosing to Live From Joy

Last week I shared some insights after watching two movies that entertained, but also got me thinking about my life at the gut-level. The first film was, “I Can Only Imagine” and while it was excellent, even more intriguing was the interview I found since then featuring Bart and Shannon Millard with Focus on the

Read More »