Tag Archives: change

September Is the Time For Renewing Yourself

Although there is something super special about the spring for me, the fall is my favourite season. It’s not just because of sweaters, tall boots, hot lattes, and leggings though. My love goes much deeper than that. Fall is marked every September by something incredible–a new beginning.

Facing change head on

Last week, I read a post by a dear young lady I’ve known for a while about some of the change she is facing in her life. As I am about to face a large change in my own life, it made me quite introspective about it all. I am the kind of person who is terrified of change. For …

Jesus > Religion

You may not recognize the name Jefferson Bethke immediately, but I’m sure at one point you’ve stumbled across his poem, Why I Hate Religion, but Love Jesus on Youtube. When it was first posted, it went viral nearly overnight, as people around the world shared, commented, upvoted or downvoted it. I watched it on repeat over and over again, thinking …

Finding My Voice Through the Written Word

When I first started into the blogging world I was a dramatic teenager, pouring my soul out to strangers on Xanga and Livejournal, long before blogging was a ‘thing’. As a college student, I stepped out of my comfort zone and started publishing blog posts about things that actually mattered, though I can’t take credit for the sudden change. It …

Instagram Removes #Curvy; The World Continues to ‘Fear’ Bigger People

In a move that has caused a shitstorm on social media, it became known recently that Instagram removed the popular hashtag, #curvy, from their site. Even if it is used, people will be unable to search for images with this particular word. I don’t normally share videos, but Meghan Tonjes, a vlogger and musician that I admire, sums this up …

Baltimore, Ferguson, and the Heart of the Matter

Over the last year, we have watched from afar as cities in the United States have been ripped apart from protests gone wrong, as many Americans have taken to the streets to protest the injustice dealt to them at the hands of law-enforcement officers. What began as outrage over the shooting of Michael Brown, has led to a series of …