My Girls Night Podcast Episode

I had one of the coolest things happen to me a few months ago: my friend Stephanie asked me to be a part of her amazing and inspiring podcast, Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilsonand I found out that it recently went live!  Stephanie and I met just over a year ago at a friend's birthday dinner which led to hanging out one-on-one, shared our life stories and dreams, and both walking away more confident in what God had been stirring in our hearts.

In my episode of her podcast, we chatted a ton about God, how to hear from Him, and how to know what He's leading you to do.  We also touched on finances and how we've both gotten out of debt in order to freely pursue our dreams, learning to love ourselves for who God created us to be, and little ways to live our lives to the fullest, touching a bit on doing it as a single gal. 

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Turning Twenty-Eight

Gosh, even just typing out the title of this post freaks me out.  Twenty-eight?  How the heck is that possible?  Something about that number just feels so much older, and so close to thirty, and like maybe I should have my life together a little (or a lot) more than I currently do, ya know?  Which is why it's so ironic that I am here to share some exciting, scary, and all around bittersweet news, because it all feels a little haphazard and crazy and like I don't have anything together at all. but hey, I know God loves to move in that space.  So here it is:

I'M MOVING!


Yep, it's true!  After four wonderful years of living in Nashville, I am getting ready move to move back to where I grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area.  But I want you to know that I am not moving for a new job or career opportunity.  I am heading back to California namely to be closer to family for a few months, and also to start planning for my next big adventure.  And let me say, I think that the word "adventure" often tends to elicit feelings of excitement, awe, and wanderlust, and while I feel these things from time to time, I'm also in the middle of some of the less glamorous feelings of sadness, fear, and anxiety.  There is a lot of risk involved in this next season, but I also have the strongest sense that I am doing exactly what I am supposed to do.

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