Love in a pandemic

Today's blog post in the love month series comes from fellow writer/blogger Toi Thomas. Thank you so much for sharing your experience, Toi! You can follow Toi here: https://linktr.ee/toithomas. The past two or so years people have struggled to express and feel love. Many have felt confined by the limitation of COVID restrictions and struggled... Continue Reading →

In Celebration of Caregivers

This guest post is written by Dr. Teresa Burns Murphy, one of my former professors who has served as a writing mentor for me for years. I'm so grateful for Dr. Murphy! If you want to hear more about how she's helped me, be sure to check out my podcast about those who add value... Continue Reading →

Is it too hard to find bright spots in 2020?

Have you noticed that this year, fewer people are sharing gratitude lists on social media? Normally, our feeds are swamped this time of year, right? Everyone participates in 30-day gratitude challenges. People post photos of things they're most thankful for. We know the hubbub will not last, but the November rush is nice. Not this... Continue Reading →

Redeeming time

I made the decision to homeschool Maggie months ago. I know this doesn't match the experience of most parents this year, during this odd pandemic. Most parents waited on pins and needles for schools to announce their plans, reacting to the alignment with CDC guidelines, or something like that. Not me. Maybe it's because I... Continue Reading →

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