I am quite familiar with feeling left out. So when a young reader asked this question at MoretoBe.com, I knew exactly what I would tell her. Pin It “What do you do if you always feel out-of-place when you’re with your friends and whatever you do, you still feel left out?”
Valentine’s Day is not my favorite holiday. Never has been. It seems to bring a lot of expectation without much delivery. I mean, the colors are perfect. Pink and red are my favorites. But honestly that’s about it. The season’s all wrong, the candy’s not that great, and it’s quite exculsive – a snob-holiday, if you will. The Valentine’s Day… Read More
I am beyond excited to introduce you to my dear online friend – Emily Enockson! Emily and I served as co-leaders for a one of (in)courage’s online community groups for single women a few years ago. Emily is who I wish I was when I was a single woman! She is living an abundant life as a single woman through… Read More
I have a confession. Saying “I love you” doesn’t come easily for me. When I moved to North Carolina five years ago I met some new friends at church. Every week they came to my house for a Bible study, we’d meet for coffee, and they even walked with me through the heart transplant story. But there was something different about… Read More
In preparing to write this post, I just did some keyword research on Google for the word “etiquette”. The graph below is what I found. But I have to wonder, even though interest in etiquette has decreased, is etiquette no longer relevant in today’s culture?
It’s day 10 of the series 31 Days of Lessons Learned from My 20’s. Today, however, I’m also guest posting at DevotionalDiva.com. It’s probably the most transparent post I’ve ever written, and there’s several lessons from my 20’s in it too. I hope you’ll check it out. If you want to read all the posts in this series, you can find every post… Read More