I Love My Fiancé, But I Also Love My Last Name

Wow, I haven’t blogged in forever. And, honestly, my only excuse (besides working full-time, planning a wedding, and going to school) has been that I know what I want to talk about but I’m uncomfortable reflecting on the topic. You[…]

This Little Light of Mine (With a Grain of Salt)

“Saltiness and brightness are not qualities the salt and light determine about themselves. They are qualities determined by their maker.” — A few years ago, I decided to give  She Reads Truth a try. It’s an online community of women digging[…]

If I Don’t Believe in Works-Based Faith, Why Am I Still Trying to Prove My Worth?

There once was a little girl whose hazel eyes couldn’t hide her carefree spirit. She was shy, but she lived boldly, never worrying her little blonde head with the opinions of others. (Her parents would describe her as having quite[…]

The Ordinary Project | TAMMY RAKOW |

The Ordinary Project understands that regular people are the ones truly leaving their mark on this crazy world–marks of courage and hope, selflessness and sacrifice, love and faith. — And, while we will never be able to acknowledge every single unsung[…]

I Will Never Be Enough.

I hate vulnerability. — Oh sure, I like the idea of being vulnerable; of being understood on a deep level and being given a window into the darkest corners of someone else’s heart. — But being vulnerable is messy. It’s[…]

The Ordinary Project | TJ & SHANNA MEYER |

The Ordinary Project understands that regular people are the ones truly leaving their mark on this crazy world–marks of courage and hope, selflessness and sacrifice, love and faith. — And, while we will never be able to acknowledge every single unsung[…]

The Ordinary Project | CHANDLER HENDERSON |

The Ordinary Project understands that regular people are the ones truly leaving their mark on this crazy world–marks of courage and hope, selflessness and sacrifice, love and faith. — And, while we will never be able to acknowledge every single unsung[…]

The Ordinary Project | MADISON MILLIKAN |

The Ordinary Project understands that regular people are the ones truly leaving their mark on this crazy world–marks of courage and hope, selflessness and sacrifice, love and faith. — And, while we will never be able to acknowledge every single unsung[…]

I Believe in Women (but I’m not a feminist)

  I’m feeling a bit torn on this International Women’s Day. — So please forgive me if my thoughts are all mumble-jumbled…I’m trying to get them all out before I lose them!) — As someone who has never really known[…]

The Ordinary Project |JULIE SHRADER (rejuvenating women)|

FRIENDS– I am *so* excited to invite you on this journey with me. — I believe that we often get caught up believing that we have to be rich or powerful or a flat-out superhero to make a difference in[…]