The Season for Getting Serious Front Cover

#SeasonSerious2016: Sophomore Hi-jinx

Since I didn’t do all the milestone posts as things were happening–book title reveal, book cover reveal, etc.–I thought it would be fun to do a series of blog posts … Continue Reading →

It’s Time to Get Serious!

Have you ever had a season stretch you for all you were worth and hold you so close to the fire you felt singed? Have you ever had a season … Continue Reading →

A Big Scary Thing

I know I owe you a post detailing how I did on my January goals, my February goals, and the ladies’ day in Brunswick, GA, but today I wanted to … Continue Reading →

Starting Out the Way I Plan to Go…

A quick post today. I’m sharing my January goals. These aren’t deep or meaningful. The point is to get started. I’m diving into the muck and the mess and getting … Continue Reading →

Not a Fan

Wind Up Wednesday: Bringing Books Back

Note: I missed yesterday. It was my intention to have a post every day this week, at least, to kick start my blogging. Let’s all just move on to a … Continue Reading →


Monday Motivation: Praying Hands

What do you do with your hands when you pray? Do place your palms together in front of your chest? Raise them? Place them palm side down on the ground as … Continue Reading →



Every time I have to sit down and contemplate my goals, I start to sweat. I feel so much pressure to make SMART goals: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time-Bound. … Continue Reading →


Word of the Year 2016

I’ve chosen a word for the year for at least six years documented (nearly 13 based on my diaries!). Each year I choose a word that will guide my spiritual, professional, … Continue Reading →


A Serious Year: 2015 in Review

I’ve been largely absent from the world of social media for most of 2015. 2015 was a challenging year for me. It was the first full year that Altered before … Continue Reading →

Goal for 2015: Perfect Attendance

As those who have been reading my blogs for a long time know, each year I make it a point not only to write out a list of goals, but … Continue Reading →