A popular piece of advice I hear from bloggers is that you need to know your “why,” or the motivation behind why you create. I am going to butt heads with this piece of advice because I do not believe that this is true for creators and here’s why.Continue reading
I was not expecting to like the Artemis Fowl series. I read the first book as an ebook and I cannot stand ebooks, but as I read on this book made it worth it.Continue reading
I predict that once I’m home from camp, I will need book recommendations, and perhaps some new music as well. So, here is the spot where I can recommend things to you, and in turn, you may recommends things to me!
This post shall be updated as I come across more awesome things.Continue reading
Hey friends! Emily here. I’m at camp, so I scheduled this a month in advance because I still wanted you to hear from me. (: Today’s very relaxed post is about all the reasons notebooks are awesome.Continue reading
Have you ever felt talentless?
When people speak about their calling in life, do you wonder if God skipped you because you never heard that call?
Dear friend, I hope my words can encourage you that you do have skills—skills you might have overlooked!—and that even though you are young, you have something of value to contribute to the world.Continue reading
Have you ever sat down to have a quiet time and wondered, what’s the point?
Countless times I’ve realized that, aside from my brief Bible reading and prayers in the morning and evening, I’ve forgotten about God all day. This leaves me with a horrible feeling of guilt, wondering what impact reading my Bible actually has on my life.Continue reading
When Emily asked me to write about TCKs for her blog, I was excited for two reasons: I love TCKs, and I was happy to know that she appreciated my point of view and that she wanted others to learn as well.Continue reading
Crying in front of a group of people is an unforgettable experience. The first few weeks into my freshman year of high school were painful, which made me anxious and isolated. One weekend girls’ retreat, I finally broke down crying.Continue reading
I was born into a Christian family and grew up going to church. Some of my earliest memories are from church: Sunday school, worship, and then the sermons. The sermons were difficult for me. They were long, they meant a lot of sitting and furthermore I couldn’t understand any of it.Continue reading