Academic · Character · College · Encouragement · Lifestyle

On the Importance of Having a Student's Mindset…

Hey guys! Tonight I'm going to talk to you a little about a particular modern stereotype that has my head in a little bit of a tiff and it's this: Most people today don't know how to be students and always be open to learning new things. *** Now of course, as with anything, there… Continue reading On the Importance of Having a Student's Mindset…

Character · College · Emotions · Encouragement · Lifestyle · Uncategorized

Give Us This Day Our Daily Struggles

As many of you already know, I am now a college student. I live on campus, and for the most part I live the stereotypical Christian college life. I go to chapel on campus, my professors are believers, a lot of my friends are professing (if not practicing) Christians, we love to study at Starbucks… Continue reading Give Us This Day Our Daily Struggles

Biblical · Character · Emotions · Encouragement

Becoming an “Isaac”

Good day, Dear Readers! I'm not going to bother apologizing for my long break from blogging. In short, over the past couple months, I've been settling into college and wrestling with many emotional and social changes. Needless to say, I have missed y'all, so let's get into today's post! A LITTLE BACKGROUNDI really had no… Continue reading Becoming an “Isaac”

Holidays

A Spoonful of Reality in a Cup of Good Cheer

I am a blogger. Or, well, I try to be. And I try to be a good one, too. I reciprocate favors for my generous blogger friends, I raise awareness for topics that plague modern culture, I try to encourage my readers and support my fellow authors, and I spend time making beautiful images on… Continue reading A Spoonful of Reality in a Cup of Good Cheer

Homemaking · Lifestyle

Living On the Edge Without the Added Stress

Greetings, dear readers! Last week, I asked y'all to give me blog post ideas, and one of you requested organizational ideas! So, here it goes... As a dual enrolling highschool student who juggles 5 classes, manages two part-time jobs, and tutors, counsels, authors, and edits in her spare time while also somehow managing to fail miserably… Continue reading Living On the Edge Without the Added Stress

Nostalgia · Poetry · Uncategorized

Poem of the Week: “Locked in a Photograph”

Nostalgia is a real thing. The pain of missing someone you love dearly is a real emotion. It's more than real sometimes. Sometimes, it's the only thing. And all you do is sit and remember and look at photographs. And write nostalgic poetry. So, here it is - a little breath from a lonely soul,… Continue reading Poem of the Week: “Locked in a Photograph”