Category: Perspective

Resources To Stay Organized And Tackle 2020

The end of the year is nearly here and I am already thinking about 2020.  The end of the decade and the start to a new one brimming with possibility.  I consider myself to be a planner. I love to set goals. Planning ahead helps me to stay organized and makes reaching my goals more

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In Defense of Mother-In-Laws (And All In-laws For That Matter)

With the holiday season fast approaching we are reaching the time when we either visit our families for Thanksgiving, or – if you are hosting – they come to you. For some people this is a time to look forward too. Others dread it and suffer massive anxiety at the thought of spending time with

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Miscarriage: An Unspoken Wound

Chances are you have experienced this cruel trick of pregnancy. Chances are you know someone who has. Chances are someone close to you has experienced one and not even opened up about their pain. Statistically between 10-20 percent of pregnancies end in miscarriage, most of those being in the first trimester. The despair you feel

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Young, Dumb, and Naive: Thoughts On Marriage

When I was sixteen years old I got engaged. It was my first relationship and I dove headfirst into it with every confidence in the world that we would last and do what was right because we were Christians, and therefore we couldn’t possibly fail. It wasn’t that we were better than anyone else, but

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