• Personal

    6 Things I’m Loving this Summer (so far)

    I have to be honest – summer is NOT my favorite season. And where I live, summer tends to drag on into the autumn months (which stinks cause autumn is my true weather love). But there are a few things that I love that get…

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  • Planning

    One Book July 2018 | Elyssa Nalani

    July is almost here and I’ve decided to try something I have never done before. I’m participating in One Book July! I’m really looking forward to all I will learn about my planning process and how to best project plan for my YouTube channel and…

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  • Personal

    A Letter to My Younger Self

    This month I want to focus on quiet moments with myself and God so that I can get a better grip on my thought processes, my emotions, and my ideas and wishes for the future. A lot of this will happen through journaling but I…

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  • Reading & Books

    my march reading list

    Since it’s National Reading Month, I intend to get some serious reading done. My goal for the month is to finish 5 books. So I’ve made a list to choose from. I won’t get to all of them, I know, but I gave myself options…

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  • Reading & Books

    my 2018 reading list

    I’ve been an avid bookworm all my life. I love, love, love the written word and losing myself in a really great read. However, the past few years, my reading has gone down dramatically and it’s been killing me. This year I am determined to…

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  • Reading & Books

    currently reading: Finishing School

    Book of the Week: Finishing School by Valerie Woerner Thoughts: I’m halfway through with this book and am thoroughly enjoying it! Valerie is very open and honest about her journey in faith and shares practical tips about tackling the different areas of your life. This…

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  • Personal

    hello 2018 – the year of brave

    I have tried and tried to write this post for days and it just wouldn’t come. Finally, my brain and emotions have decided to work together and produce the words. As I prepared for a new year in December and have settled into January, I’ve…

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