If you’re still here, there’s still hope. God doesn’t give up. And by His power and through His strength, we can continue pressing onward. Disappointment happens. Discouraging things happen. There are days I’m so unmotivated it’s hard to get out of bed. Sometimes I feel like I have no direction or purpose. Those feelings remind
I have felt far from God for a while now. It’s not a great feeling. So, in an effort to learn what to do when you feel far from God, I did what likely got you to this article. I turned to Google in hopes that someone out there has felt the same way as
Making friends as an adult is hard. Have we established that yet? I know I say it a lot, but I just want to make sure you know you aren’t alone. Fortunately, there are a few good ways to meet new people. I recently shared my Bumble BFF experience, which has been–surprisingly–really great so far.
Let’s just cut to the chase here: if you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you want to know how to make friends as an adult. I only assume this because when I Googled “Bumble for friends,” it’s because I wanted to know how to make friends. I wanted to know what other girls like
By age 26, I had lost both of my parents to illness. This caused me to really start thinking about the importance of being intentional with my time… with my life. Everyone wants to know how to live with no regrets. How to make the most of the days, weeks, months, years we’re given. Because
Before I even get into this topic, I want to make it extremely clear that I don’t believe Christians should have Christian friends only. Because that is not the case at all. There is value in friendships with people who don’t agree with everything you believe. However, among those relationships needs to be strong, faith-filled
So, you want to make friends. That’s great. So many of us do, but making friends as an adult is no easy task. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to help initiate and build friendships. Because the thing is, so many people think the hardest part of making friends is sending that
Have you experienced this? You reach out to an existing, new, or potential friend to make plans. You pick an activity, a time, and a date. And you are so excited to hang out with them, to finally have something to do on a Friday or Saturday night, and to prioritize friendships in your life.
“I already feel so stupid for doing this–for getting rid of easy clients, for thinking I can actually make friends…” That’s the first sentence of a journal entry dated 4.19.2021, literally just one day after I decided to quit social media and pursue intentional relationships in my life. ONE DAY and I already struggled with
Today I quit social media. Ok, that’s not completely true. If you’re reading this before 5:00pm PST, then today will be the day I quit social media. If it’s after 5 o’clock, the app has been deleted from my phone. Probably not for good, but definitely for now. And man, it feels so good. The