12 Books for 2022

We are more than halfway into the first month of 2022 and I am only just now turning to resolutions. Though I love the idea of starting fresh on the first of a new year, life had other plans, as so often happens. Onward. As I reviewed the year that now lays in the...

A New Home for Christmas

Many of us have been there. Finding an apartment, signing a lease, packing boxes, renting a U-Haul, moving furniture, and unpacking the same boxes in a new place. Then, 11 months later we get ready to do it all over again!   In the five years leading up to our...

Advent Retreat Week One: Seeking Silence

Welcome to the SundayMonday’s Advent Retreat! I’m so glad that you are here. ​ Leading up to this Advent, I wasn’t sure if a retreat was in the cards. It’s been a crazy year, filled with so much change, many new experiences, and full schedules. Approaching this...

Encouragement for the Failed Perfectionist

There are some days we feel the weight of our flaws more than others. And I believe transitions and new ventures do bring out the temptation to see where we are lacking, even if we very well know that we have plenty of strengths.   Personally, I cannot say that...

Fully and Freely

 I’m in a constant state of learning how to love myself.   I say this because I’ve kept up with an on-and-off tradition of writing letters to myself since my twenty-fourth birthday (two years ago). Instead of journaling, I collect cute notes and postcards when I...

Encounter Jesus in The Chosen

“To fall in love with God is the greatest romance; to seek him the greatest adventure; to find him, the greatest human achievement.” ― St. Augustine of Hippo Have you seen it yet? Seasons 1 and 2 of The Chosen, co-written and directed by Evangelical Christian...

A Gal’s Guide to Transitioning to Grad School (Without Going Nuts)

The last two weeks leading up to the start of school were always full of anticipation as a child.  Summer was waning and a new school year was on the horizon.  I would wonder to myself, who would be in my class?  Were my best friends from the previous year going to be...

Martyrdom Mentality

“Take the case of courage. No quality has ever so much addled the brains and tangled the definitions of merely rational sages. Courage is almost a contradiction in terms. It means a strong desire to live taking the form of a readiness to die. 'He that will lose his...

Babies and Dreams

I have been wanting to write this post for a while - I just wasn’t sure when or how, because I wanted to say exactly the right thing. Luckily, the Olympics has given me some motivation, and I do think now is the time to flex my writing muscles and write about...babies...

Episode 37 | Authenticity, Intimacy with God, and a Heart to Heart with Bridget Handy

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here. Bridget is one of the best people I know, and her radical faith and trust in God is contagious. I had to...
12 Books for 2022

12 Books for 2022

We are more than halfway into the first month of 2022 and I am only just now turning to...

Fully and Freely

Fully and Freely

 I’m in a constant state of learning how to love myself.   I say this because I’ve kept up...

Babies and Dreams

Babies and Dreams

I have been wanting to write this post for a while - I just wasn’t sure when or how, because I...

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