Examining your heart is one of the best ways to start off the new year. See how from my friend Tessa!
Ushering in the new year can fill you with bubbles of elation, infusing your mind with dreams and possibilities of the next 12 months to come. So it should. We all need that jolt of motivation and inspiration that charges us to take that extra step. Though December 31st and January 1st feel the exactContinue reading “New Year, New Story”
Growing up, reading the Bible was like pulling teeth for me. I had trouble understanding the flowery language, staying engaged with the density of historical facts, and applying the truth to my relationship with Jesus. Have you ever felt the same way? When I started college, I was determined to read the Bible for myselfContinue reading “What Kind of Bible Reader Are You?”
As summer ebbs into cooler evenings, I braced myself for the seasonal change. Not only were pumpkin spice lattes on their way, but also were students heading back to school. I watched as my social media erupted with reuniting friends, cute dorm room pictures, and growing anticipation for the school year. This season hits hard for us recent grads, and it makesContinue reading “How to Succeed in College”
The hype leading up to the total eclipse on August 21st didn’t really phase me. Until the hour came. Suddenly, the phenomenon that had everyone talking became real. Through foil lens, I saw a black disc push its way between me and the sun. As I began to grasp the significance of this event, a flameContinue reading “Never Forget: Eclipse 2017”
Thoughts from a chronic thicc chick.
By Leah Jordan Meahl Life is wavering water, Uncontrolled is how she behaves, But I AM enough. Endlessly moving, Yet forever enslaved, Life is wavering water Though the raging sea may capture, And send treasures to their graves, I AM enough. In anger she devours, But for the thirsty, she saves,Continue reading “I AM Enough”
Six months. I’ve been out of school for six months. It’s hard to believe that life in school is now a memory and I can actually use the phrase “when I was in college.” Anyway, my first six months have been successful in my book because I have 2 part-time jobs, a consistent writing schedule, and several excitingContinue reading “Post Grad Life: The Selfish Six”
Dear Special Guy, Congratulations, you have caught my attention. I guess that’s not really difficult to do, but here we are. From the moment you smiled during our first conversation, I knew I wanted to be good friends with you and hopefully something more down the line. Well, we’re down the line now, and I’ve comeContinue reading “Dear Special Guy…”
After two whole days of nonstop raining, I got into my car on a damp and dismal morning. The grey clouds matched the greyness that had crept into my demeanor. I felt like I was driving in a fog, only seeing the road a few feet in front of me. Attempting to pull myself outContinue reading “When Life is Grey, See Blue”