What’s My Name?

Have you ever really sat and thought about why names are so important? Historically, last names would tell us what someone did for a living, or even what part of their country they were from. Royal lineage was honored with the names handed down to them through generations of monarchs and leaders. Nowadays, names become…

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It’s Just a Phase

If you know me, you know something that I love is the moon. It always fascinated me as a child; I remember staring at it out the car window or my bedroom window, watching the phases grow larger and then smaller. And it’s the phases of the moon that have particularly become most relevant to…

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The letter

This was an important letter. Maybe one of the most important letters I’ve ever sent, or will ever.
This was a letter of true and genuine forgiveness…

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A Cold & Broken Hallelujah

  Do you ever have those days where there’s a song stuck in your head? And I literally mean days… the same song has been playing in my mind over and over since last Friday. It’s a song I’m sure you’ve all heard, or at least a version of it anyway (because it’s been covered…

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10 Habits of a Boss Babe

You might not think that 106 degree weather in the Arizona desert sounds like much of a vacation, right? Well, for me this past weekend in Scottsdale was just that! Planning months in advance, our annual girls trip finally happened this weekend and I was so excited to see some of my best and closest…

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My 5 Truths and No Lies About PTSD

Here are 5 things you need to know about PTSD to better understand what someone, or even what you yourself, is dealing with on a daily basis

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Together, We Climb

I’ve been thinking about writing this post for quite sometime, and I have been going back and forth in my mind about it; what I should even say, or if I should even share it. I must say, I am so humbled when I see that anyone even reads what I write on here. Mostly,…

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How To Measure This Year

Five hundred twenty five thousand six hundred minutes. Five hundred twenty five thousand journeys to plan. Five hundred twenty five thousand six hundred minutes. How do you measure a life of a woman or a man? In truths that she learned, or in times that he cried? In bridges he burned, or the way that…

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