What My Book Has Taught Me

  I finished this round of edits for ‘Hating Jeremy Walters’ on Saturday. WOOHOO! It’s been about 3 years now since I first started working on this story, 7 months since I started this round of edits. And the process of writing HJW and this blog has taught me some pretty interesting stuff. How toContinue reading “What My Book Has Taught Me”

A park bench, me and God

It’s so easy to see God as distant or judge-y, or both. When I’m slogging through a challenging day, it doesn’t feel like He’s nearby, or even very happy with me. Which is why I enjoyed this verse so much this week: So you have not received a spirit that makes you fearful slaves. Instead,Continue reading “A park bench, me and God”

Six lessons that changed my life in the last three years

This month, it’s been three years since I started this blog, and I am such a different person to what I was back then. I’ve been scanning over my posts, reflecting on what God’s been doing in my life. And while I am very much still a work in progress, I feel like he’s takenContinue reading “Six lessons that changed my life in the last three years”

Reminders of Truth

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about identity and stress and confidence in God, mostly because they are all areas in my life that can be improved. I’m just more convinced than ever that a rock solid identity in God – and nothing else – is such an unbelievably freeing and empowering thing. That’s howContinue reading “Reminders of Truth”