Walk if You Can’t Jump.

I don't like jumping out of my comfort zone. I love staying within my nice office, holed up with a comfy sweater and my mom's old jeans (thanks mom!) with some decaf coffee and no makeup. I don't really like working out - it's hard and sweaty and I feel like people are looking at [...]


Tag! You’re It!

My friend Autumn over at http://rmarcher.com tagged me for a music tag! And as I love music and am currently brain dead due to NaNoWriMo and school (#RIP), I thought I'd give it a go. The Rules: Thank the person who tagged you and link back to their blog. (Thanks Autumn!) Share the tag graphic. Link to [...]

Five Songs from October

I've been listening to these five songs on repeat this month - I'll probably hate them in November, but I've been stuck on them. Share a few of your favorites in the comments - I'm always looking forward to new music! I find that certain songs remind me of certain seasons of life. Counting Stars [...]

Imposter Syndrome – Artist Edition

Hello Readers, Have you ever looked around at all the other artists (whether they are writers, musicians, painters, etc.) and then looked at yourself and done a little something like this: You look around at other writers sipping their hot beverages and hammering out more words than you knew could be actually strung together in [...]

Thought of the Day

Your worth does not lie in your performance. Your worth is not defined by yourself and how well you do, but by the Creator of the world, who sees straight through you and loves you anyway (not despite or because of anything you've done, but because he has made you and he loves you). Your worth [...]

My Love of Psychology + A Book Review

Hello Readers, Something that I've been really interested in for a while now is psychology. And with my love of psychology comes my love of personality tests (no, not the Buzzfeed ones). One of the most popular ones, or the "gateway personality test" as I like to call it, is the Meyer's Briggs (I'm an [...]