• Zambia Book Bags for Giving Tuesday

    November 28, 2017

    For several Giving Tuesdays, I’ve partnered with World Vision and Thirty-One Gifts to bring awareness to different needs around the world. This year we’re looking at the girls inĀ Zambia, who World Vision staffer Deborah Johns visited at their Chipapa Primary School, which is in a remote village 2 hours outside of Lusaka, Zambia. On her…

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  • Second Guessing & Knowing

    September 7, 2017

    Right now it’s 9:30 here and I just finished a short paper for school. I’m in a Psych class that focuses on the disorders of childhood, and it’s my second week. It’s a hard one. Besides my math class that nearly caused me to stick a spoon into my eyes to avoid seeing x +…

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  • Holding On to the Creative

    August 24, 2017

    As the start of school gets closer for me (Monday!) after a bit of a break this summer, I find myself feeling almost panicky about it. Not so much about the class or the work. Or even getting it all done. Somehow I manage to even though I’m a terrible procrastinator. No, it’s none of…

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  • Almost Done – and Then…

    August 13, 2017

    In 2015, I switched majors from my almost done teaching degree that had been on hold for several years, to an Interdisciplinary with an emphasis in Psychology at Liberty University. My goal was to finish and get a Master’s in Counseling and work with grief and trauma clients. In the two years I’ve been at…

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