Fighting Perfectionism with Pottery

In the past year, I've published six blog posts. I have seventeen more sitting in my draft box. Writing is something that brings me joy and also helps me process my own emotions and experiences in a healthy way. I want to share my writing, but perfectionism (among other things) keeps me from hitting publish… Continue reading Fighting Perfectionism with Pottery

A Year of Healing

2018 was a year of healing. Not in the way I expected, but in so many ways I never would've imagined. Last January, I was in the midst of some of the worst physical pain in my entire life. The kind of pain that permeated my entire body and left me questioning whether or not… Continue reading A Year of Healing

Objects in Mirror

Objects in mirror are closer than they appear.  Two weeks into my very first teaching job, I decided to tackle my lesson planning for the following week at Madcap Coffee. It was the last day of Whole 30. I was feeling accomplished for actually sticking to the strict diet plan, and a bit overwhelmed by… Continue reading Objects in Mirror

Two Years Later…

Two years later, my hair is still falling out and I am still going to counseling for anxiety*. May 2016. I started month 9 of the World Race in Guatemala. A series of different events all converged to leave me feeling broken, confused, and utterly helpless as I flew from Los Angeles to Guatemala City.… Continue reading Two Years Later…

Why the In-Between is Important

Life is not the mountaintops; it’s the walking in between. Thanks, Ben Rector. Ever since returning from the World Race, I have been craving a place to write and share what I am learning with others.   I want the in-between adventures to be that place. I love writing. It is my way of inviting… Continue reading Why the In-Between is Important