I learned everything I needed to know about goal-setting from my Nalgene. Hear me out on this: I know myself! I do a LOT of goal-setting, and almost as much goal-ignoring. I start out strong, and excited, and then I fall on my face, two weeks in. Here’s the tricky thing about my goals: it… Continue reading Seven Reasons I Stick with my Goals
I drew this picture in a pocket sized notebook while waiting for a prescription to be filled, and forgot all about it. Maybe I drew them because my husband and I hope to be parents one day, God willing. I will be one of those people who tells the whole world the second I find out,… Continue reading Two tiny feet
I’ve been caught in the trap of education as a way to conversion, but deep in my heart I know that this isn’t the case. Belonging before believing is the key, as Robert McCarty from NCCYM says. But that’s a story for another time. Pleas enjoy a blog post from a friend from college, Emilie.… Continue reading Full Blown Missionary Mode — reblog from padua hall
Our Young Adults group is reading DOCAT, the Catholic Church’s Catholic Social Teaching presented for young people. Here are some of my favorite quotes from our sharing last night! Marriage is also an everyday task, I could say a craftsman’s task, a goldsmith’s work, because the husband has the duty of making the wife more… Continue reading Marriage and Family gems
If you have a lot of questions about life, this article is for you. If you enjoy life’s mysteries (or mysteries in general) and are currently trying to solve one of your own, this article is for you. If you’ve ever wondered what the difference is between “sherlockhood” and “sainthood,” this article is definitely for you. Check it… Continue reading Life: A Story of Mystery — from padua hall
This article is all over my newsfeed in Facebook… probably because it’s so relevant! I finally took the time to read it, and I’m glad I did. Here are the 5 warning signs of a toxic faith. I’m numbers 3 and 5, sometimes. And although this was written towards Catholics, I think it applies to… Continue reading Reblog: 5 warning signs of a toxic faith
There, it’s been decided. My plans may be falling apart and my week may be going in different directions than I anticipated, but my attitude is one thing that I can choose. Jesus, I Trust in You. Jezu, Ufam Tobie. Thy will be done in my life. Amen.