guest blogger: Na’veh

Today we have a guest post from fellow blogger Na’veh who’s blog @thebloggingsofv is full of through provoking poetry and art that challenges and stimulates the mind of its reader on a regular basis. The poem below is one that I related to on a spiritual level as loneliness and mundanity seem to be constantlyContinue reading “guest blogger: Na’veh”

5 ways to Protect Your Peace — H.O.E.

I stumbled across this blog today and this post could not have been better timed. Kaillaby wrote an extensive post on the best ways to protect your peace and I appreciated every word that she laid out on her blog. Sometimes as women we spend so much time worrying about others and those around us,Continue reading “5 ways to Protect Your Peace — H.O.E.”


Derek Chauvin, the murderer of George Floyd, has been found guilty of unintentional second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter as of 5:30 p.m. today. When I heard the news, I released an audible sigh of relief. I watched a video on Twitter where a group of protesters changed a sign that read “Justice?” toContinue reading “guilty”

my favorite book: TFOS

“Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book.”― John Green, The Fault in Our Stars I went out for coffee with a new friend the other day andContinue reading “my favorite book: TFOS”

having a reactive dog

So I recently discovered through TikTok that Joplin is considered a reactive dog. It sounds a lot scarier than it actually is, it just means that he has a tendency to overreact to certain triggers. I had a suspicion of this as Joplin often barks at other dogs on leash, animals outside the window andContinue reading “having a reactive dog”

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