When I was young (I can’t remember the age but I think I was in grade school) my mom gave me a scripture to memorize, John 3:16. I don’t remember how long she gave me to memorize it but I had to recite it in front of her after a period of time to prove that I had learned it. Continue reading
Women endure a lot of pressure these days. The pressure to be beautiful or look a certain way; the pressure to be perfect, the pressure to do and have it all.
As a result we women often get tired, weary and can be tempted to feel less than or like we are not doing enough.
Or that we are not enough. Continue reading
I am concerned for women in our world today. Continue reading
When I was a kid I read the beloved coming of age novel by Judy Bloom “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret“. I loved this book for so many reasons. Though I don’t remember many of the details I do remember that many of the things the main character Margaret went through mirrored what was going on in my life as a young girl. Continue reading
The other day I was having a conversation with a friend who is about to turn 30. In honor of her birthday she asked me (along with several other women) to share any wisdom I had gained in my 30’s that would help her as she embarked upon this new season.
I constructed a list and as I pondered upon it I realized that although I am still learning a lot of the things I wrote down I think this could apply to really anyone’s season in life. So I decided to share this list with you. Continue reading
The other day I was headed to a networking event when I started to feel a bit nervous about what the night would hold. Now I’ve been networking for years, but since I had not attended an event in a while I felt a little rusty. Just as my mind was about to go down a rabbit hole of negative, worrisome thinking about what could go wrong, I stopped myself and decided I was just going to celebrate the fact that I was going to network that night after a long hiatus. I didn’t care how many people I met, if I made any good contacts or if the night was a bust I was just going to celebrate the fact that I was there, all night long. Continue reading