Change, Commitment, Love, Relationships

Why Introverts Should Try to Be Extraverts (Sometimes)

Before any introverts go on a (quiet) rampage, muttering that introverts are just as good as extraverts and it's just because of the way culture is set up that they're at a disadvantage etc. etc... I am and always have been a major introvert. I do the whole stereotypical act: reading books late at night,… Continue reading Why Introverts Should Try to Be Extraverts (Sometimes)

Blogs, Change, Craziness, Joy

3 Steps to the Great Schedule Purge

You may have noticed that I haven't posted anything in the last two weeks. Or maybe you didn't, I don't know. And that's on purpose (mostly). I've decided to blog every other week rather than every week. This will hopefully lead to better content instead of just consistent content and it will give me more… Continue reading 3 Steps to the Great Schedule Purge

Change, Commitment, Craziness, Joy, Rest

Slowing Down in a Speed of Light World

I will be the first to admit that our generation (the ones just coming into adulthood or just barely there) is a group that wants quick fixes. I recently wrote about how that doesn't work for our relationship with God, but almost every facet of life could benefit if we took our time. Gone are… Continue reading Slowing Down in a Speed of Light World

Change, Commitment, Joy, Pain

An Experiment in (not) Complaining

Have you ever found yourself in the middle of a conversation which you absolutely hated, only to discover that it was due to the other party's constant whining about their circumstances? Have you ever been in a decent mood and dragged yourself downward by dwelling on all the things going wrong - or at least… Continue reading An Experiment in (not) Complaining