Why I Don’t Have Any New Year’s Resolutions This Year

New Year’s resolutions. Nothing gets me more excited to just let me down only 3 weeks into the new year, and I can’t be the only one who deals with this, am I right?  So here are the questions I’ve been asking myself about resolutions as 2019 has begun: What if I determine this making…

What I Eat in a Week

Back at the end of October/beginning of November, I thought it would be fun and informative (both for any of my readers who are curious and also for me!) to track the basic foods I ate in a week! Here are those results and I hope you possibly find them as interesting as I did!…

What I Ate Today

Cooking and eating are two of my favorite hobbies, so I thought I would document what I ate today just in case anyone is curious what a (fairly) normal day’s worth of food looks like!   Breakfast: overnight oats with almond milk, vanilla extract, coconut, and chia seeds Mid-Morning: vanilla sweet cream cold brew (tall)…

The Good Pilot Peter Woodhouse

I’ve read a lot of great books recently so I thought I’d share another review! This book, much like the last book I reviewed, was a find from the library’s new arrivals shelf. Here is my opinion! The Good Pilot Peter Woodhouse by Alexander McCall Smith is a charming read set in England during the…

You Bring the Distant Near by Mitali Perkins

When I saw this book on the new arrivals shelf at my local library, I couldn’t help but pick it up and read the dust-jacket description. I mean, look at the cover! After reading the short description, I was intrigued and decided I definitely needed to check it out! I had the book for a…

Jesus, You Make the Darkness Tremble Blog Tour: Review and Giveaway

I am so excited to share with y’all about this new book from my sweet friend, Beth Jane!  ————– There is so much darkness in the world…from failed relationships to suicide and school shootings. But while it may seem we’re drowning in darkness, there is still Hope. And that Hope is in Jesus Christ. Jesus, YOU MAKE…

mistakes.

We all make them. But nobody likes to admit it. Starting college has been a real wake up call. Life (and everybody else) will just go on even if I’m late for class or am stressed out because of a case of writers block when trying to get an assignment done! (Let’s keep it real:…

The Rebellion Blog Tour: Author Interview with Livy Jarmusch

It is my pleasure to introduce you to the second installment in Livy Jarmusch’s Tales of Tarsurella series!!! ————————– Something is brewing. Like the far off rumble of a train in the distance, a rebellion is stirring. A cry for change, in the midst of a traditional monarchy where King Addison has just inherited the…