Hold Onto Hope

A few days ago I finished what to me was the most life changing book ever. To say I devoured it is an understatement. I couldn't stop reading it. Every word of it is God-breathed and full of truth. I already want to read it a second time. It gave me the courage to step… Continue reading Hold Onto Hope

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Love On Display

I've been wanting to properly introduce someone very special to me, to you. And now feels like the best time to do so. His name is Curtis. Curtis Lovrak. He's about 5'11", maybe 6', has the best blond hair and blue eyes, drives an e36 BMW on most days, and has liked this girl named… Continue reading Love On Display

Perfectly Imperfect

It's been a really incredible week. I mean like, really good. I've been on the biggest inspiration, writing, creative, and peace streak of my life. I started reading My Name Is Hope by John Mark Comer; It's a book on anxiety, depression, and life after melancholy from a biblical perspective — and let me tell you,… Continue reading Perfectly Imperfect

Glossier: Skin Is In

Writing about Glossier is a long time coming for me. I can't say I didn't hop on a major bandwagon when I first tried their products because that would be lying. I totally gave in to their social following and content. Instead of focusing on creating a cosmetic/skincare line, Glossier literally created a multi million… Continue reading Glossier: Skin Is In

Shop Musings

Too often have I been found intimidated by the beauty and sophistication of boutique shops here in Portland. Time and time again I've avoided visiting the inside of them because I know I will feel in a way "not qualified" to enter. I'll feel too self conscious to take photos (half the reason one probably… Continue reading Shop Musings

Friday With Friends

Curtis and I did some much needed Portland exploring yesterday with our "new" friends Carla and Frank on a not-double-date. Despite having to wait close to 45 minutes for the window table we wanted at Måurice, we made the most of our time by stopping next door at Courier for pre-lunch beverages and conversation. Coffee… Continue reading Friday With Friends

By His Spirit

The enemy likes to think he's really clever. Always tricking us in the same ways. Always stealing the same things. Thinking he's unstoppable (he's not, by the way) because he has a grip on us over and over. But as the enemy continues to attack us in the same ways and in a repetitive pattern,… Continue reading By His Spirit