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Love, Always

I think something that can get lost in the busyness of our everyday lives is that God loves us. Continuously. He loves us whether we finish our to-do list or not, whether we procrastinate or not. He loves us whether we read our Bible for an hour or two minutes, whether we pray in the […]

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Writing

Good Morning

It’s time for a blog post. Let me hear your cheers of joy. Can cheers be anything but joyful? Can cheers be sad? (I just looked up the definition and a cheer is a shout of joy, so there you go.) (Look at me, caring for your education/not wanting to lead you astray.) It’s lunch […]

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Wake Up

The past few mornings I’ve done something that I haven’t done in too long: Not checked my phone as soon as I wake up. My usual routine is to wake up without an alarm, save for Sunday’s because I have church in the morning. I don’t do volunteering until midday, so the time I wake […]

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June Camper

It’s winter, hoorah! The people rejoice! So what’s happening this June, I hear you ask? 1/ Birthday celebrations This camper is turning twenty one in under two weeks. It’s come around so quick; usually your birthday is something that’s always in the distance, you know? Well it’s nearly here and I don’t know what to […]

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Writing

Slowing Down

I didn’t write as many blog posts this May. Let’s talk about that. In some ways I have never written more, but in other ways I’ve never written less. In terms of this blog, I wrote down a lot of one-liners or starts to a blog post, but most haven’t come into fruition yet. Whenever […]

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Easter

Easter is one of those days that I want to write a blog post about (hence what you’re reading, well, right now) but in reality it feels like nothing I could write in this post can match up to the meaning of Easter and why it exists. The weightiness of it, if you will. Easter […]

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Eco-Friendly / Minimalism

Sunflower Dreaming

I was washing up when I saw them. Sunflowers, fully bloomed, looking absolutely perfect. There’s no other way to describe them. It’s the first time I’ve grown a plant from a seed. As in, all the other flowers and succulents I’ve had I’ve all bought already as plants, so all I had to do was […]

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In Which the World Ends and Starts Again in the Morning

Let me tell you of the biggest thing in my life right now. God. At the start of this year, I knew He was with me. I had grown so much in the two years previous that I believed things would turn out good; I believed that He had my future and I didn’t have […]

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Eco-Friendly / Minimalism

Meandering

I never used to do this. Wander aimlessly, I mean. I’m very good at sticking to a plan, a point, a productive action. But in this time of uncertainty, one of the things I appreciate the most has been walking for the sake of it. Not exercising, not slowing from running, but just walking and […]

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Justice

I’ve been thinking about how God is the true judge and how we are not, but often we place our own judgements higher than His. (By saying ‘we’ I really mean ‘I’ in the hopes that you can relate somewhat to this post.) From a worldly point of view, I think it can be easy […]