Intentions vs. Resolutions

We are already a couple weeks into 2018 and dare I ask how new year's resolutions are going. Truth be told I geek out a bit when the new year rolls around and there is an excuse for looking to explore, improve, or change.  I always find it hard to pick one big thing to … Continue reading Intentions vs. Resolutions

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2017: The Year of Questions

When I thought of what to label 2017 as I write my year-in-review there were many ways it could have gone. The Year of "Healing," "Surviving," or even "Treading Along." But when I dug a little deeper I began to see the questions that arose in my life this past year. 2016 was a rough … Continue reading 2017: The Year of Questions

An Open Letter To Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant

Dear Sheryl and Adam, Thank you. You don't know me. You may never read this. Whether you do or not, I needed to express my gratitude. Reading your book, Option B, is quite possibly one of the best things I have done for myself this past year. My world was turned upside down in August of … Continue reading An Open Letter To Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant

5 Tips from a Debt-Free Millennial

When you hear the word, "millennial" you probably think of a few things and among the top is probably the gross amount of debt facing more young people than any other generation.  With student-loan debt being the biggest source of debt for young people, it is hard to think that twentysomethings will be able to … Continue reading 5 Tips from a Debt-Free Millennial

Pure Joy

Joy comes in all shapes and sizes.  It comes in huge occasions and simple reminders. It comes in laughter and smiles. It can come through the familiarity of friends and family or the serendipity of strangers. Pure joy is the catalyst for hope when times are tough, faith when things are uncertain, and love when times … Continue reading Pure Joy