In the New year, instead of setting goals and resolutions for us, we chose a word. We chose the word progress. Our plan is just to progress forward in our everyday decisions, which will ultimately lead to progress in our life. You can read more about that here. Read more
With life being as busy as it is, and yet our society being as innovative as ever, there is no reason why we shouldn’t automate many different areas of our life. Areas that don’t need our undivided attention, and that can basically run on their own, in order to provide more time for those areas that do need us, and more of us. Whether that be our personal development, relationships, or our health. Read more
So, this is definitely a more personal post than I usually post, but I couldn’t see a way around it. Not with the month that we have. Not only are we expecting our second child, a baby boy, in just a few short days, but Josiah and I will also be celebrating our 4 year wedding anniversary on the 10th. So, with two big personal celebrations coming up, it didn’t feel right to pass by without something a little bit more personal. Read more
With the holidays coming up, there are always parties to plan, and people to be in touch with. It also includes a lot of travel, planning ahead, and people being hard to get ahold of. I have always loved the practicality of e-vites, for these reasons. People always have their phones, which means they can get their emails anywhere and anytime these days. However, I never felt like e-vites had the same impact and intentionality as a paper invite. That is until I came across Paperless Post. Read more
The other day while I was watching TV, a commercial came on that grabbed me instantly. There were a bunch of people walking around living their daily life, but over everyone’s head was a battery bar. It looked just like the one on our cell phones, and it showed how much “battery life” or energy they had. Read more
There is something to be admired about simple lives. Not to be mistaken with boring or basic, but simple. Lives that are so full, but only full of things that are intentionally filling them. Lives that are mindful and allow people to do things that other people would see as impossible.
Today I am sharing my first post of a new series called “Simple Lives: The Women Who Create Them.” Each month I am going to be highlighting a different woman that I admire for the life she leads. A life full of intentionality and simplicity. A life that she has created due to her desire for something more. More time, more space, more freedom, more control, etc. Read more