I set out to accomplish the crazy idea of blogging once a day for an entire month. And I succeeded. Huge sigh of relief. I hope y’all have enjoyed my curated #30Before30 list. I included daredevil highlights and tantalizing food photos, but mostly shared life lessons. Here’s a quick reference list of my 30 Life Lessons (or 30 Before 30): Continue reading 30 Life Lessons
It’s my last installment (!!!) of 30 Before 30. I would be sorely remiss if I didn’t end with this subject matter. And while I’ve alluded to spiritual disciplines along the way, I haven’t yet mentioned the most important event of my life. It is the single greatest (without sounding cheap) “bucket list” item anyone can ever experience. Because it lasts forever. It’s literally the difference between heaven and hell. Here it is: Repent and believe the Gospel. Continue reading Repent and Believe the Gospel
Write this down. Take note. Are you paying attention? Writing is a lost art. Let’s bring it back. Continue reading Write This Down
What are your favorite travel memories? Going to grandma’s? A month in Europe? I’m very thankful for the various adventures I’ve experienced before reaching the 30 hurdle. Squeezing a fun trip in a weekend is a challenge. But I love a good travel challenge. WanderLOVE! This travel installment highlights a fast weekend in New York City. Continue reading New York City in a Weekend
Imagine what life would be like for your lungs, heart, brain—your entire body—without oxygen. We need to breathe to live. Carry this over to the spiritual realm. Prayer is breathing for the soul. We need God. He is life and the Giver of life. And why wouldn’t I want to communicate as much as possible with the Giver of every good thing? Continue reading Livin’ on Prayer
I’m dripping with confessions these days. I’ve gone through my fair share of phases with food preferences. I grew up on cereal and breakfast shakes and sometimes eggs, waffles, or pancakes. And I liked breakfast…until we broke up. At some point, breakfast and I stopped being friends. Everyone says that it’s the most important meal of the day. And while research offers many valid reasons for this reality, my changing appetite disagreed. I took a break from breakfast. Then I discovered brunch. Continue reading Let’s Brunch!