My Significance

(5 Minute Read) My sister-in-law wrote this and I NEED the world to read it. The pressure to become the perfect mom begins before your child is even born. Any time you log on to the internet there are new articles and opinions on whether to vaccinate or not to vaccinate, to send your toddler […]

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Maybe You Can Relate

Before you start, I want you to know that this will take you ten minutes to read. I want to ask you to give it an undivided ten minutes. — I haven’t written in awhile, and there’s a reason for that. Over the past few months I’ve definitely thought about writing, and have even started writing […]

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Healthy

I had two concussions this past year as a result of playing football, and if I’m being honest they have left me in a lot of pain. Not so much physically, although they brought headaches and pressure to my head, but more so mentally and emotionally. I’ve never had any diagnosed concussions until this year, […]

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I’m Learning

I know it’s the middle of October and summer was over many months ago, but I’ve really wanted to share some thoughts from this summer and I’ve unfortunately let time get away from me. So here are a few things I learned from the summer of 2018. I went back home to intern at my […]

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Identity

I know I haven’t written in awhile, but I’ve been thinking a lot. Lately, I’ve really been thinking quite a lot about identity and how significant it is in our lives. It plays such a huge role in shaping us and motivating us within every situation of life, but I think we often times forget […]

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Becoming A Child, Again

Uganda, Africa. 2018. It has taken me a long time to even think about writing about our trip to Africa (or write at all, really), and although I’ve now thought about it a few times, I don’t know how to put it into words, really. But I’m going to try. There was so much that […]

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Homesick

A couple of weeks ago I was sitting in class and we were watching a debate between an atheist and a theologian. Both of them were brilliant, absolutely brilliant men, with Doctorate degrees, and the debate was very interesting, with both sides presenting conflicting but still intertwining points. What I mean is that science and […]

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