• MidLife

    2019: Take Two

    December 18th was the last time I wrote a post. I did not intend to take such a long blogging break. In fact, I had great plans to develop a consistent blogging habit. But life had other ideas. I finished the first semester by logging all grades into the system on the morning of December 19th. That afternoon I began grocery shopping for the Totoro annual Christmas Eve Vigil (which was going to be held on December 23rd due to other family conflicts). I like grocery shopping. I enjoy holiday traditions. Christmas is my favorite time of year. Life was…

  • Books,  MidLife

    Mini-Habits and Finish

    December is my favorite month of the year. I love the anticipation of Christmas day, filled with familiar traditions such as girls’ baking day, the Christmas Eve Vigil, and of course, honoring Christ’s gift of eternal life by giving one…

  • MidLife

    A Peaceful Life Can Have Purpose

    Recently I wrote a guest blog post, Thriving Requires Letting Go of the Lies, for Sue’s Over Fifty and Thriving series. The idea for that post was inspired by the book, Girl, Wash Your Face, by Rachel Hollis (my review…

  • MidLife

    Confidence ≠ Arrogance

    Recently I wrote a guest blog post, Thriving Requires Letting Go of the Lies, for Sue’s Over Fifty and Thriving series. The idea for that post was inspired by the book, Girl, Wash Your Face, by Rachel Hollis (my review…

  • MidLife

    Mindfulness Over Productivity

    Recently I wrote a guest blog post, Thriving Requires Letting Go of the Lies, for Sue’s Over Fifty and Thriving series. The idea for that post was inspired by the book, Girl, Wash Your Face, by Rachel Hollis (my review…

  • MidLife

    Imprisoned by Our Comfort Zones

    Recently I wrote a guest blog post, Thriving Requires Letting Go of the Lies, for Sue’s Over Fifty and Thriving series. The idea for that post was inspired by the book, Girl, Wash Your Face, by Rachel Hollis (my review…