Find Your Tribe: 7 Reasons We Need Authentic Friendship

I recently shared about the importance of friendship as adults. I wanted to take the opportunity to break it down even further. I think sometimes, we feel the need to be an island. Especially us women. We are woman, hear us roar… after all. Also, it can get difficult to connect when we hear so many… Read More

Girl Mom (to be…)

“She probably just likes me better…” the owner of the ultra sound boutique said. It took a minute to register who that “she” was referring to… She? I’m having a she?! In that moment, a brief wave of panic washed over me. Right up until they handed us the print outs with pictures of our… Read More

Genuine Friendships in Adulthood

Confession: when I first moved to the Tulsa area, I was extremely lonely. It was the first time in my life when I lived completely away from any friends, family, or social structure. And, as much as I loved my then fiancé now husband, he simply wasn’t enough. I needed friends, and socialization. Even just… Read More

Living Audaciously in the Face of Fear

Fear and anxiety can be one of the biggest obstacles people face; after all, anxiety is the number one Mental Health issues in the nation. Read More

Gratitude Changes Everything

Even Perspective… Perhaps, especially perspective. When we focus on negatives or lack or weaknesses: what needs to get done ways we fall short roles we are unable to fill jobs we don’t get accomplished things we wish we had but don’t fear/anxiety Any of these and more, we get self-centered, we get tunnel vision trying… Read More

Value

One of my greatest goals is to help others recognize their own value. Because, somewhere along the way, I have realized: When you recognize your own value, it gets harder to allow others to devalue you. This is something I am currently walking through, recognizing what I can bring to the table. Recognizing my value… Read More

When the World Burns

I don’t know what Esther felt when she stood before the King’s door, knowing going in could cost her her life. I don’t know what she felt, exactly, when she said: “…if I perish, I perish” – Esther 4:16 I don’t know what Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego were feeling facing the fire, standing strong in… Read More

Winds of Change

Since I updated 2 months ago (2 months! Crazy), there have been even more changes going on in the life of this Tiny House, oily life living counselor. I have been elated at the growing relationship with my fella. I have been a part of an amazing church plant here in Oklahoma (soon, there will… Read More