It’s been a while since I’ve written, but for good reason. If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you may know that I recently traveled to Portugal and Spain for a pilgrimage to Fatima. This next sequence of blog posts will dig a bit deeper into what I learnedRead More
I don’t usually talk about dating or my personal life in that regard on here. For good reason. There’s nothing more awkward than going on a date with a guy and him saying, “Loved your latest blog post.” To which I cringe and rapidly run through all of my latestRead More
I said to myself as I looked at my thighs in the mirror with some anguish. “Maybe if I turn this way they won’t look so huge. Like, maybe it’s just the lighting.” “It’s not. It wasn’t. It probably never will be the lighting,” I remarked… to myself. At leastRead More
“Where do you go to church?” I asked as I saw the rosary dangle from my Uber driver’s rearview mirror. “Uhhh… que?” he responded. “Are you Catholic?” I replied, a little louder, and stubbornly hoping if I asked in different English words he’d understand. It worked. “Ah, yes, yes,” heRead More
What has the Whole30 meant for me in terms of my history with an eating disorder? Am I a hypocrite for doing the Whole30? Week 2 of the Whole30 has been a deep week, my friends.
I made it through the first 9 days of the Whole30. Read about my journey, but more importantly, I want to hear about yours!
One woman’s journey to understand womanhood despite facing PCOS and infertility, and how she’s turned her struggle into joy through adoption.
Here are 5 ways I ease my anxiety naturally and healthfully.
God wants space and emptiness in us so that He can fill us. – Leah Darrow This post diverges from our usual broadcasting and is slightly stolen, but what’s that quote by Pablo Picasso? Good artists copy, great artists steal. Yeah, that’s exactly what’s going on here. Over the pastRead More
This week I sat down with Matt of Faith Alive to share my story. It’s deep y’all. I share my struggles with body image issues and recovery from an eating disorder. I think the main takeaway is that there is hope. There’s always hope, and while you may be inRead More