a year ago, i was pretty new to nashville. i didn’t know that many people, was really homesick for auburn and my people, and really hated grad school. while i was driving around nashville today, i started thinking about who and where i was a year ago. i’ve seen answered prayers in the friends that [...]
My parents gave me this book recently and I FLEW through it! Very easy read but also very challenging and convicting. I know I’m going to read this one again sometime soon. So much wisdom in this book! Rating: 5/5 stars. Summary: Mark Miller has worked for Chick-fil-A since 1977 and that’s pretty much all you [...]
Well well well, we meet again Kristin Hannah. I am exhausted from you hurting my feelings by writing the most eloquent, timeless, emotional books I've ever read. I finished reading this one in the bathtub. I cried for a whole hour straight after I finished it. Not exaggerating. I've never cried so hard over a [...]
i’m walking through this 90 day writing program with @letsfindyourvoice and on day 9 this was the prompt. and as i was writing i started crying. i was trying to figure out what to write on the blog this week but i felt like i needed to share this and your enneagram 8 pal would rather not be vulnerable but here’s what i wrote for question 1: imagine you’re writing a letter to your 18-year-old self. What advice would you give yourself about your future career path?
A book all about friendship? Say less. I had seen this read all over bookstagram this summer and finally caved and bought it a couple weeks ago. I struggle sometimes with non-fiction, self-helpish type books, but this is not at all what you would expect it to be. Aminatou and Ann take stories from their friendship: hard, personal, vulnerable moments in their friendship and share it with the world.