It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

It's Okay To Not Be Okay

I know I haven’t been very present on here for awhile. It’s been like a month and I feel horrible about it, I’ve been meaning to post, I just haven’t gotten to it.

I’m still busy and tired and life is still crazy for me, but I know that if I don’t make the time to sit down and post, it’ll never happen.

Time doesn’t magically free up, you have to prioritize and make time for the things you love.

I got sick and I got my period at the same time, which any girl knows is like the worst combination in the world, but I mean… what are ya gonna do, ya know? πŸ˜”Β  Continue reading

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What Am I Doing With My Life?

What Am I Doing With My Life

Hey y’all! I will admit at the outset of this post that I didn’t do very much studying this week on this topic. However, I’ve been through some difficult things this week and I’ve been learning about this topic through my experiences. So I decided to write about it of course!

So what am I doing with my life? I have my dreams of working from home through blogging and YouTube and possibly writing a novel, but if I’m being completely honest, I have no idea what I want to do with my life as a career.

I know I want to live a simple life. Ultimately, I want to do whatever the Lord leads me into. I currently have an idea in the back of my mind of going to an online Christian college to study biblical studies and possibly counseling from a biblical perspective. I want to help people struggling with lack of self worth, people struggling with depression and anxiety and domestic violence. I don’t know how I’m going to make that a reality just yet, but I know that if this idea really is from the Lord, He will open the door for me.

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Just Be Yourself

Just Be Yourself

I hate calling this a “self love” post, cause that sounds so mushy. Let’s call a motivational post. It’s a confidence post! πŸ˜‰

I grew up in a relatively large family. My twin brother and I were the youngest of 8 kids. My older siblings, not all of them, but most of them, went through college and two of them now are very well established in their careers. There was always this indescribable pressure to live up to what they’d achieved.

But I’m just now learning that I don’t have to.

It’s great that they have all that stuff, that works for them.

But college, tedious levels of studying, a high-pressure job like an engineer and all that; it’s just not for me.

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