Answering, “What’s Next?”

I remember the day in 2014 when my parents and I attended the spring open house at my college. The coordinator briefly mentioned capstone, the major final project of the PR degree program. Walking out of that classroom and knowing in my gut that this program was for me also meant that capstone hung over […]

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Going Filter-Free on Social Media

This has been a long time in the making. I’ve alluded to it in past posts and I’m so excited that it’s finally making its way to ya’ll. Over the past years I’ve learned how exhausting social media can be. I saw how deceiving, fake, inaccurate, and deteriorating it could get. I was genuinely torn: […]

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She Believed She Couldn’t, So God Did

Not too long ago, I red-inked a journal entry. Yup, the girl with OCD-tendencies regarding permanency wrote a very long and personal note on a circumstance that was happening in her life in red ink. That’s how confident I felt in it (note: every other page is written in pencil). I can sense God laughing […]

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Being Real on Social Media & International Women’s Day

Two nights ago I went through all of my Instagram posts and edited the captions of pictures that I was physically present in where I had applied a filter. The captions are now prefaced with *this picture has a filter applied*. My intention with this is to remind people that what they see on social […]

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Little Girl, You’re in the Middle of the Ride

Oh hey ya’ll! First off, let’s discuss the selfie I used for this post. Not to get too deep, but it was taken in the summer and I was in my e-l-e-m-e-n-t. I was at the cottage, hair was greasy from a bonfire the night before, the sun was hot, the air was warm, and […]

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Mental Health And Christianity

From my experiences, mental health within the Christian faith can quickly and easily become a very difficult topic to address. People sometimes feel like if they’re suffering from mental illness that they must not trust God enough or be “spiritual” enough, while other people can blindly and ignorantly discredit someone’s struggles thinking that it’s unbiblical […]

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