Found In The Mystery

Vulnerability Have you ever wondered what life would be like if you could read your own life’s story? Imagine turning 18 and someone handing you a book with the rest of your life contained inside – the joys, the heartbreaks, the surprises, and the devastations. Would you read it? Would you want to know all of life’s mysteries, knowing that once you finished reading there would never be any more mystery?

I thought about that tonight. Would I really want to know everything my life will contain? And if I did, would I Read More


If you don’t read any other post, read this.

20160425_193245Hey Reader!

My sincerest apologies for being MIA the last few weeks. Life has been crazy, to say the least. Things are still going at a mile a minute, but I currently am sitting at a Panera Bread enjoying a quiet meal by myself and my thoughts.

So of course, I had to blog.

Typically when life gets really personal, I love to blog about it because it gives me an outlet. But the last couple of weeks were so personal that Read More

Nothing Left To Give

Screen Shot 2016-02-10 at 10.15.56 PMWhen you feel as though you have nothing left to give, give anyway. Because just when you think there’s nothing left, you’ll find breath in your lungs to speak a kind word and a warm hand to extend to someone in need.

Until your last breath, you will always have Read More

Thanks Reader

unspecified (5)I’ve received quite the outpouring of responses from yesterday’s post. Your Facebook messages, comments, and shares mean the world to me.

Thanks for allowing me to Read More

It’s Time To Soar

soaringHave you ever felt like a caged bird? You can see outside the cage, you can sing beautiful songs, and you can communicate with the world around you. They can enjoy your beauty and you can watch what happens outside the cage…but you can’t move from it. You’re stuck inside this chamber. What was once created to protect you, now feels like an entrapment.

That’s how I’ve felt as of late, reader. I’ve been battling an internal struggle over the last 5 months that, hopefully, I’ve Read More

You Asked – Part One

Hi friends!

A few posts back I opened the floor for questions and I received some great questions in return!

1.) If you could visit any country or city without having to worry about cost or your schedule, where would you go?

Without a doubt, I would visit Read More

Looking Back

ProfileTonight I was working on a spreadsheet for work at 10pm.

Was I stressed? No.

Was I feeling overworked? Not at all.

I worked on it because I knew it was important to certain people in the company and the sooner I could bring clarity by making it, the better. But now that the spreadsheet has been sent and people have been updated, I feel a sense of joy.

As a teen, I couldn’t wait to be an adult and have the freedom adulthood brings. At the time, I didn’t know that would mean Read More

Lessons Learned From Skipping Rocks

2unspecifiedBeing adventurous has been a recurring theme in my life lately. It’s ranged from trying new foods, to traveling, to not allowing “failure” to stop me from trying again.

Recently, I went on a run with a friend by a nearby boardwalk. After our run, we walked towards the water and Read More

Ask Me Anything

Screenshot 2016-02-28 10.02.16Hey readers! It’s been a long time since I’ve done one of these, so I wanted to open the opportunity again.

I get asked a lot of questions from those who read my blog and I’d love the chance to publicly answer some of the questions you might have on your mind.

Questions can range from Read More

Amazing Grace

unspecified.jpgTonight as I was driving, a song came on the radio that catapulted me back 6 years ago. Someone very close to me had passed away from cancer and for months, I was angry. I was angry they had died, I was angry at the way the medical community sent him home with no hope, and worse…I was angry at God.

For months, I held this anger in my heart. Questions arose of why and instead of getting answers, I felt as though Read More