Want to know the best the best tip for self-care? Always buy the chai latte. Let me explain. I’ve made this rule to always tip with my tips. Because I know the work it takes to earn them. I know what it feels like to hear a few coins drop or see a crumpled dollar in … Continue reading Always Buy The Chai Latte
I learned something new these last few days. Something that I knew was happening, but didn’t. Ya feel me? It was the kind of thing that we all are aware of. The kind of thing we hate to admit and ignore its even existence. The thing we know is so the enemy working and prying … Continue reading Real Talk of Feeling Uninvited + Rejected
So as most of y’all know, I started a podcast a few weeks ago. And that creative outlet has grabbed ahold of all my thoughts and feelings and emotions and every other fiber of my being over the last few weeks, making me leave this blog out to dry for a little too long. But … Continue reading Moving + Coffee
My favorite quote of all time comes from Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis. I haven’t even finished half the book, nor have I picked it up for months. But his words still stick with me. Our cause is never more in danger than when a human, no longer desiring, but still intending, to do our … Continue reading 1 Step to Improving Your Quiet Time
“So what is this good good thing you’re doing that we saw on Facebook?” My sweet grandparents had picked me up from the airport last night, and as we hopped into the car, this was the first question they asked me. I love that question. So much. Because that question is exactly what I had … Continue reading Why A Podcast Steph?
Imma be real, real early on in this post: our young, tween, teen, junior high and high school, girls need help. Sex is everywhere. And our girls are feeling it. They are feeling the pressures to look and act and be perfect. They are eating up the lies fed to them every day from … Continue reading We Women Need to Step Up
I finally recognized that too many artists at too young an age are compromising and ultimately shelving their dreams as a result of the rising cost of education. – Denise Troy For the first time EVER I received an email to collaborate with an organization doing some good stuff for people- and I am … Continue reading I Wish I Was A WunderKid