Blogging like it’s 2007: a weird mashup of whatever topics interest me…and maybe that will interest you, too.

What? You’re looking for something sleek and professional and clickbait-y #lifehack titles that promise to cure your every modern problem?

Well, good luck with that. You probably won’t find it here.

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Sorry not sorry.

I’m a homeschool mom of three, a freelance editor when I want extra cash (and my husband has a conference in Paris this year, so…I want extra cash!), and a writer.

Writing helps me think and process my feelings. It’s also how I interact more deeply with the books I’m reading, such as when I spent a week talking about my food fixation after reading The Hungry Brain by Stephan Guyenet.

I post every weekday to keep my writing habit going strong after finishing a book last year called The Wardrobe Fast: How Cheap Clothes Hurt People (and How We Can Do Better)which offers a deep dive into the problem of fast fashion and how Christians can change their habits to love their global neighbors.

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So that sums up a lot of what you’ll find here. Jesus, food, education, books, simple living, economics. Oh, and lifehacks. I looooove me some good lifehack talk.

I’m not usually a King James girl, but the KJV wording of 1 Timothy 6:8 has always stuck with me: “And having food and raiment let us be therewith content.” Just what does that look like in our modern, wealthy, Western context?

That one is constantly in the back of my mind, whether I’m working on our budget or reminding myself that renting is not throwing away money (legit, it’s not).

I’d love to hear your thoughts on that question in the comments or over on Facebook. I also have a monthly(ish) newsletter that you can sign up for right here.

See you around, lovely!

 

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