Hand It Over: On Giving Daily Anxiety To Jesus

We have a lot to be anxious about these days. The coronavirus pandemic has affected each individual in different ways: people are losing their jobs, losing their health, losing their feeling of security. People are worried and they have good reason, because this is a very serious situation that has taken over our world and … More Hand It Over: On Giving Daily Anxiety To Jesus

It Takes A Village: On The Value Of Deeply-Rooted Community

I used to feel awfully alone. When I first returned to Dallas from Nashville, I felt awfully alone. Not the kind of loneliness that comes and goes with varying moods or circumstances, but the kind of isolation and desertion that leaves you feeling empty and saddened. Only a handful of my hometown and college friends … More It Takes A Village: On The Value Of Deeply-Rooted Community

The Art Of Kindness

So I met a guy — No, not that kind of guy. Not a love interest, head-over-heels guy. A friendly, professional guy who just so happened to attend a work conference I planned the last eight months of my life. During the middle of the conference this weekend, when I was at my most frazzled … More The Art Of Kindness

Anxiety 101: How I Combat High-Functioning Anxiety

Anxiety affects different people differently. For the longest time, it was hard to recognize anxiety in my life. I¬†thought waking at 2 a.m. with a racing heart was just a normal college thing, a side effect of a busy lifestyle. I thought thinking and believing and dwelling on failure was just a normal woman thing, … More Anxiety 101: How I Combat High-Functioning Anxiety