Hey there, it’s been a while. I know. I’m sorry. There have been many times that I have wanted to blog and in all honesty, time got away from me. But here I am, free of pressure to post every week or even in a certain way. I’d like this to be reignited to what it was originally intended to be; a place of creativity and freedom to process and share the ins and outs of my life. Whether one person reads it or a million, my intent is for that to remain constant. This will be a place of vulnerability, free of judgment. That’s me telling myself that. I have a tendency to navigate towards overly criticizing my thoughts, intentions and basically the whole of who I am. But this is the moment to break free of those things. This is the year to spread out those wings and trust God as I jump into something scary and unknown.
I want this to be a place of encouragement. My intent is to, through these posts, point myself and you back to truth. Life is too short to stay where you are. Sorry to sound like a cheesy Pinterest quote but it is. We have so much to accomplish for the kingdom and if this blog can serve as a place to lift you up, then please allow it to do that.
I was prompted to rewind back a few posts to one I wrote in 2018. It was my Self-Care and Daily Confessions. I wanted to confess those over myself again and I didn’t realize how many times I’d have to click “load more” on the bottom of the page. I was so surprised to find out that I have written 42 posts, this one being 43. I would’ve thought maybe 20 or so. But no, this is big 43. I’ll be so excited when 50 rolls around. What a mile marker man! I know I have gone through waves of trying consistent posts, once a week, and then jump off the map for months. But seasons of life change and I hope that is okay.unsplash
Let’s jump into this year with a promise to ourselves to be real, authentic and open to change, open to the reality that we can’t accomplish it all.
I’m interested to see if there are any topics you would be interested in me writing about. Let me know in the comments below.
Much love, Denae