Breaking Walls

I keep a stash of some of my go-to recipes in a kitchen drawer beneath all my cutting boards. My favorite thing about them is that they’re handwritten and a bit unorganized. As I rummaged through the loose notepad papers, I noticed one I didn’t write. One glance, and I knew that the handwriting belonged…

Overcoming my Depressive Symptoms

Originally, this post was going to be a light one where I would mention tidbits of my self-love journey and personal style. But as I began writing, I felt compelled to share about my struggle with self-acceptance and dealing with depressive symptoms. I beat around the bush about it in previous posts, but this time…

Strawberry Picking & an Answer

Spending my childhood in Southern CA was a dream. One of my fondest memories is visiting the strawberry farm with my parents and sister to pick some for ourselves to bring home. Living in SoCal again, I hope to relive some of these childhood memories with Noah. I want to give him the opportunity to…

22 Things I’ve Learned as a Young Mother

There’s no such thing as a perfect mother, but I do believe that there is such thing as a mother who is perfect for that specific child. She may be biological, or she may not be. But she is the mother or mother figure whom God carefully chose to nurture and raise a child carrying a…