TRANSITIONS

“Remember not the former things, nor consider the things of old. Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.”

Isaiah 43:18-19

Episode 54| Battling the Need for Approval

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. Welcome back to the podcast! This week, we're kicking off our summer school series inspired by St. Joan of...

A Season of Business

As March rolls around, I can hear the collective groans from my coworkers and I starting. We’ve entered what is affectionately referred to as “busy season.” Busy season is marked by long hard hours and work weeks that don’t end on Fridays. Every hour possible is spent...

Episode 53| Five Questions for More Fulfilling Work

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.   What's the purpose of work? How do I find a job/company/role that fulfills me? Is it realistic for...

Lenten Retreat Week One: “Substituting the Couch for the Cross”

Hello friends, and welcome to week one of our Lenten retreat! ​ The mission of The SundayMonday is to encourage and equip all of us to be bold in our faith, work, and life. Each Sunday this Lent, we'll be sending out a reflection on the Gospel and how it pertains to...

Bold In Work(wear)- Celebrate the Feast

During my middle school and high school years, I was fortunate enough to attend an all-girls Religious of the Sacred Heart school. The society, founded by Ste. Madeline Sophie Barat to educate young women and girls, is deeply steeped in tradition. One of these...

To Women Who Work

This piece is based on a talk given by the author during a young adult women’s retreat for the Diocese of Arlington on October 16, 2021.   In his 1995 Letter to Women Pope Saint John Paul II says, “Thank you women who work! You are present and active in every...

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...

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...

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...

One Step Closer to That Promotion

So you’ve been in your role for months -- maybe even years -- and you’re tired and frustrated. It could be that you’re bored and don’t see a clear path to the next opportunity. Or perhaps it’s the opposite -- you’re working overtime, picking up other responsibilities,...
To Hear God Anew

To Hear God Anew

Letting God in on our decisions is SO important, and there are so many decisions we have to make...

In the Orangery

In the Orangery

“Jesus, I surrender myself to you - take care of everything.”⁣ ⁣// The Surrender Novena⁣⁣I come...

Come as You Are

Come as You Are

When I felt God calling me to become a missionary after college, I was convinced He had the wrong...

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