In the Spotlight: Podcasts That Encourage, Inform, and Inspire

When Luke first introduced me to podcasts ten years ago, I was instantly hooked and couldn’t understand why the rest of the world wasn’t binge listening right alongside me. I would occasionally ...

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What I Learned in 2017

It’s true what they say, life really does speed up with each passing year. I could have sworn that I just pressed Publish on What I Learned in 2016, and here I am ...

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Five Podcasts I Share With My Husband (and 2 More I Think He’d Enjoy)

It’s always interesting to see the types of hobbies that couples share. Some couples attend sporting events, others cycle or hike, and many enjoy cooking or exploring new restaurants together. Luke and ...

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Making Happy // Book Review

The state of marriage in America is not a pretty picture: our nation sees one divorce every 36 seconds, with 41 percent of first-time marriages ending in divorce after an average of ...

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Opening up to a New Year: Goals and Resolutions for 2015

I have a love/hate relationship with New Year’s resolutions. As someone who is highly goal-oriented and eager for self-improvement, I tend to be overly ambitious with my annual goals. Then, when I ...

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Throwback Thursday Stories: A Fairytale Proposal

For last week’s Throwback Thursday Story, I shared a picture from the summer of 2008, taken during a family vacation with my parents and brother. Today’s pictures were taken less than two ...

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When You’re Not a Mom on Mother’s Day

I’ve always had a certain fondness for Mother’s Day. I have an incredible mom, and Mother’s Day gives me the chance to show her just how much I love and appreciate who ...

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What I Learned in April

The month of April is drawing to a close, which means it’s time for me to share what I have learned over the last thirty(ish) days. From random pieces of trivia to ...

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What I’ve Learned Lately: Marriage Edition

Last week, Luke and I attended the ninth and final session of a marriage class we had been participating in through our church.  As a lover of anything that resembles school, I ...

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