We’ve come a long way since the days of discouraging women from achieving executive level positions or barring them from setting their sights on higher education. It’s been a trying and tedious road at times, yet the journey is far from finished. Personally, I still wrestle with the idea of what a woman’s place is […]Read More A Woman’s Place
The Age of Knowledge has made way for an era of mindless consumption. Streaming has allowed the old, the young and the barely functioning toddler to binge watch at an accessible and frightening high rate. Videos are everywhere, teasers are sprouting from every social media platform and series are constantly being thrown into our feed […]Read More The Incompetent God
It goes a little something like this: I can never tell if I wake in the morning from the ever pressing cold (which somehow finds it way through the layers of blankets and overthrows I attempt to smother myself in) or to the persistent chirps and meows of my cat’s desperate plea for his morning […]Read More Scattered and Broken
Reconsidering a relationship because of abuse and adultery is one thing, but leaving for the sake of simply not feeling it one morning is different. That wonderful man or woman you vowed to love and hold for all the days of your life, will always come shy of pure bliss. No matter who you end […]Read More To Love or To Leave?
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood and I… …couldn’t decide. Even if you’re not familiar with Robert Frost, you probably know that’s not how the poem goes. But that newly edited version is a fine reflection of what my decision making process looks like. Not all of it of course. Let’s not fall under […]Read More Make a Decision
I worship 24/7, 365 days a year (I can even outperform fitness centers that claim to be open all day every day). This includes holidays. Even the minor ones like Waffle Day, Winnie the Pooh Day or even National Hug Your Cat Day (it’s not so fun for my cat, but it’s great for me). […]Read More The Call to Worship
Nickelback taught us to “live like you’ll never live it twice” and Alphaville gave us the perennial takeaway that we might as well hope to “die young” or at the very least, “let us live forever.” I wanna be forever young became more than your typical go to song of the night before the bars […]Read More Life is Short, So Wait.