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.
(Though I’m a desperate sucker for clickbait and lifehacks. Sigh.)
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.
So that sums up a lot of what you’ll find here. Jesus, food, education, books, simple living, economics. Oh, and lifehacks, as mentioned above. 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?
See you around, lovely!