to the good.
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Why Written for the Good?
Life both online and off can feel like a vortex of negative, nerve-wracking or less-than-lovely.
But there is still so much good. Let’s look for it. Let’s add to it.
That which benefits someone or something. That which is virtuous.
I hope this place feels like good. Like coffee with a friend.
Let's look for more good.
Exploring personal growth + spiritual life, parenthood + connection.
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As a parent of a school-aged-kid you’ve made decision over decision over decision about your child’s education in the last two years. You’ve DIY’d school, skipped it, virtual’d it and assisted it. You’ve sent them and kept them home and juggled the juggles, done the rapid tests and the isolation periods and the wondered the
Your friendships matter to you… because you’re here. 🙂 Or maybe you feel like you don’t have many friends. Or maybe you feel alone and unheard in the friendships you have. Judging by the response from so many of you on my last post – “Can we talk about why friendship feels hard sometimes” –
This is going to be a little raw and half-baked because I want your input. Have you noticed friendship feels hard sometimes? After listening to Jennie Allen talk about friendship and John Mark Comer talk about community, then looking at my own relationships, I’m thinking about why friendship and community feel so strange sometimes. Not
Asking a woman about when she’s having kids is not casual conversation, it’s intimate information.
What do you say when someone asks how you are? Good. Fine. Hanging in. Exhausted? Exhausted is the most common response I give, but sometimes I can upgrade to a solid “tired,” instead. Can you relate to that? Whether it’s from caring about small children, caring about someone that’s unwell, caring about your career, caring
Do you have any big decisions or transitions staring you down lately? This year is a transition to a huge reversed-life decision for me. As a mom of young kids, I decided to continue working. But, today, I’m a Stay At Home Mom. You might have mixed responses to a decision like that. Maybe you