Working in social media, it can be hard to take a break from the online world, but I dug down deep to the matter of why I wanted to take a break. I didn’t need to take a break because I spent too much time on social media, because outside of work, I have never been one to binge out on timelines. I never really spent that much time on Facebook anymore besides updating my family with life happenings or photos and keeping up on groups I was apart of. I deleted my Snapchat two years ago and my Twitter soon followed a year later. And let me tell ya, deleting Snapchat was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made on so many levels it practically warrants its own post. Maybe soon to come?? But no, those were not the culprits to the way I was feeling. It was Instagram. Continue reading “Why I Took a Break from Instagram”
This summer I finally went after my goals, pushed myself outside of my comfort zone, and gave it my all. It was a huge summer of growth.
Uninvited. Left out. Lonely. But that isn’t the way God intended for us to feel. Continue reading “Uninvited”
Lately I’ve been finding myself slipping back into the trap that is comparison. Continue reading “Why Comparison is a Lie”
Some seasons in life are just meant to be seasons of growth and there is nothing wrong with that. I think oftentimes we as humans strive so hard for success that we forget to take in the beauty of the lessons learned. Not every lesson is learned from success and pure joyous moments. Some of the hardest and best lessons are learned just like that, the hard way. Continue reading “Seasons of Growth”
Dear High School Seniors,
I know you and all of your friends are looking forward to graduation day and wishing the days would just hurry up already, but don’t wish it all away just yet. There are a lot of things you’ll miss out on if you do. Continue reading “Open Letter to High School Seniors”