April 2021 was the beginning of a whirlwind of social interactions and definitely kept me on my toes at all times! It was full of fun, time with good people, and my quality time tank was filled to the brim. Here’s my review of the month!
March 2021 gave me beautiful scenery and time with friends to share it with – just what I needed to feel rejuvenated and ready to keep moving forward! Here’s my review of the month.
February 2021 felt like a long and steady exhale. This past month was slow, quiet, and productive in all the places I wanted it to be. Here’s what kept me occupied and afloat in February!
January was full of making lists, setting goals, implementing rhythms and disciplines, and looking forward to the year ahead. Here’s what gave me life this past month!
Here are my goals for 2021. I’m publicly publishing these as a form of accountability and documentation, and I’m so excited to work towards accomplishing them!
I made some new discoveries throughout the year that kept me sane, brought me joy and creativity, and changed my life in some way. I’ve rounded up a list of my favorite finds from the year to share in hopes that they might change your life too!
Wild Web Women is an education company that supports female entrepreneurs who run web-based (or primarily web-based) companies, teaching success-backed ways to brand, build, and boost business. I was formerly an intern for their sister company and had the opportunity to work alongside a team of amazing women. I am so excited and honored to … Read More
This was the first Christmas season I’ve kept up with a (mostly consistent) daily Advent reading, and it’s been such a nice rhythm to practice. I used Tsh Oxenreider’s new Advent book, and it has been everything my heart needed this season. She reminds me in the intro of her book that “God redeems darkness. … Read More
Over the last couple of years I have had to learn how to hold both grief and gratitude – sometimes both equally at the same time, most times with one outweighing the other. I am slowly learning that these things are not mutually exclusive. This Mother’s Day and all of the rest to come I … Read More
I spent January 25, 2020 with my dad celebrating Chinese New Year at the Atlanta Lunar New Year Festival eating dumplings, watching musical and dance performances, exploring Asian vendors and Atlanta Chinatown, and chatting with other Chinese people about their stories. 2020 is the year of the rat – which means it’s my year! Rats … Read More