What does it mean to be spiritually rich? To understand being rich, we need to know what it means to be poor. And chances are we’ve all been poor in one way or another. Being spiritually poor means being depleted. It means having no source of hope and guidance, no love to look to, and … Read More
Starting a blog is a daunting task. It requires an immense amount of time and creativity, both of which come in limited supply for me. Not to mention the saturated market. There are thousands of bloggers of all varieties. So how much room can there be for me? I’m trying to create a unique, authentic … Read More
What’s all this talk about self care? Like do I use a face mask and call it a day? No. Allow me to explain. (Self-proclaimed “expert” here…) Self care is about more than cosmetics and bubble baths. It’s about adding yourself to your priority list, near the top. We so often work and hustle and … Read More
Life lately has been hectic. I taught summer school and then left town for a conference. Chad has been working like crazy and picking up where I’m slacking. Cook has had doctor’s appointments and viruses and saw the ocean for the first time. We are all just taking one day at a time and soaking … Read More
“That is one good thing about this world… there are always sure to be more springs.” ~ LM Montgomery I was reading a Real Simple magazine today when I came across this quote and it spoke to me. More springs. More fresh starts. More renewal. “Springs” don’t necessarily have to be the actual season. They … Read More
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Drinking Cold Coffee
Eleanor Roosevelt said “do one thing every day that scares you.” I just love that. Live life afraid. Drink hot coffee.
My two favorite Starbucks drinks: a soy latte and an iced coffee with coconut milk. Opposite ends of the spectrum, but because I live in Texas, they serve their respective purposes for different times of the year, often in the same week. Usually the iced, seldom the latte. But I love them both equally.