A few months ago, my husband and I stayed in this MAGICAL TREEHOUSE! I’m telling you, this place was straight out of a storybook! There was something so charming about being up high amongst the branches, secluded and away from the hustle and bustle of the city in the quiet woods. I know, I know.
This month is one of my favorites, as I’m always inspired to up my gratitude game! This week I wanted to share with you some ways that you can incorporate gratitude into your creative process. Gratitude Meditation: I know, I know. I probably just lost half of you after you read that mystical ‘m’ word.
Oh, Brother John. How I love that man and his blessed music. His song, “The Heart of Life” has been an anchor for me this past year. It’s one of those songs that makes me get misty every time I sing it. I love how music has the ability to heal our hearts, and recording
Ahh, anxiety. You know what I’m talking about. The tightness in your chest. The struggle to breathe steadily. Feelings of overwhelm. The racing heart. The panic attacks. The anxious, negative thought spiral that gets you nowhere. I have been there, my friend! If you experience or struggle with anxiety, know that you’re not alone!
As we approach the busy holiday season, we can sometimes get so caught up in the pursuit of “more” that we forget to pause and appreciate what we already have! Practicing gratitude has become a beautiful, healing experience for me, and I’m so excited to invite you to join me on a 30 day journey
Cayden and I recently celebrated three years of marriage! Hallelujah! These past three years have been the happiest of my entire life! At the same time, I’ve also felt like I have been on the fast track to personal growth as I’ve leaned into my new role as a wife. It’s unbelievable to look back
Growing up, our family moved around a lot. Utah, California, Washington, Canada, North Carolina and Hawaii are all places I consider home! With every move to a new city, state, or school came a whole slew of changes in our lives. Some of these changes were uncomfortable, like being the new girl at school, saying
My Scoliosis Story When I was 13 years old, I was diagnosed with idiopathic scoliosis. My doctors told me that the curvature of my spine was severe enough to consider correction through an invasive surgery, but my parents and I decided to try an alternative treatment. To try and prevent my scoliosis from worsening, I
Words are powerful. Some of the most common questions I receive are about having the courage to put yourself and your work out into the world, and how to deal with criticism from other Get Grounded I used to let the opinions of others really affect me and my feelings of worthiness around writing, sharing