Archive for the ‘just life’ Category

fourteen things.

Friday, December 20th, 2013

This time of year always gets me thinking about the future… December is already such a chipper time of year, with all the decorations and pretty lights. But I’ve found that for me, I walk around feeling like there’s magic in the air because a bright and shiny new year is just around the corner. […]


Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Outside: It is currently a chilly 61° outside, although it is brilliantly sunny with deep, deep blue skies. I’m not trying to be sarcastic when I say that it’s chilly—it is chilly! If it weren’t for those gorgeous, clear blue skies, I’m guessing it would be 51° outside today. The kids went outside for a […]

mobile blogging.

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

So… hello, blog. Here I am! It’s been a while since I’ve made the time for my blog. I love blogging—really, I do! It’s just that pesky life that gets in the way. When you have four kids, you homeschool two/three of them and you work from home as a part-time graphic designer, life is… […]

what i did on my summer vacation.

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012

My 30 Day Experiment is over. And I survived. More than that, I thrived. (Just wait and I’ll tell you all the things I did!) But I also discovered that… well… I kinda hate Facebook and how it makes me feel. At this point, I really don’t have any plans to go back. I like […]

getting quiet, being brave.

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

I have a new love—the Brave Girls’ Club. It’s such an encouraging, uplifting thing… a mix of art and truth and kindness. I fell in love instantly. Well, as I was digging through the archives of the Brave Girls’ blog, I found a post on taking a break from Facebook. And I almost didn’t want […]

big changes, new beginnings.

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

I have shared some form of this letter about four times now. I figured that another copy of it belonged here on my blog. For three wonderful years, I had ran the show at The Digichick. But earlier this year, I knew that the time had come for me to pass along the reins to […]