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Not Enough Time

Friday, August 18, 2017

Words & Photography
by Sarah Thomas



Hey, you. It feels like there's just not enough hours in the day a lot of the time, doesn't it? (okay, so maybe most of the time). You've got big dreams, things you want to get done, things you want to be a part of, things you want to see and do, and yet there just never seems to be enough time. I'm right there with ya, friend.
You've got big dreams, things you want to get done, things you want to be a part of, things you want to see and do, and yet there just never seems to be enough time.
Let's extend ourselves a little extra grace on this Wednesday, and remember that we're doing just fine. You've got so much to be proud of.

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Fingers Crossed

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Words & Photography
by Candace Joseph



Tryin' to be all "plant lady" in this new home.
Fingers crossed I've got my mama's green thumb
and don't kill them all.

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My Big Girl

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Words & Photography
by Corri Chadwick



This is my big girl
(who still occasionally reminds me that
there's a teensy bit of baby left in there).
I love it when she does that.

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Little Answered Prayers

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Words & Photography
by Amy Patterson Rigell Fosner



Stayed in bed a little longer today to soak in my favorite view. That's an oil painting of my grandmother at 16, some wall decor from my sister, and the plant that's been with me for 4+ years now.
When we moved to Culver City I prayed we'd find a home with good natural light (literally my only criteria).
When we moved to Culver City I prayed we'd find a home with good natural light (literally my only criteria). This place we found has the sweetest light that hits you at all hours of the day.

Thankful for little answered prayers and tokens that remind me of family on the East Coast.

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The Becoming of Myself

Monday, August 14, 2017

Words & Photography
by Marissa Joan Ho



Not everyone takes/has the opportunity to find and live their true self. I am oddly fortunate for an unfortunate (in the end) experience that took over 7 years of my life.

During that time, with each passing year I felt worse and tried to find my happiness in that person. That was my biggest mistake. To be dependent on someone to fill that void will only put you in a tough and unhealthy position when things don't go your way, and trust me, things did not go my way, or his, for years.
...and it took those 7 years (and for him to no longer be in my life) for me to realize I need to prioritize finding happiness within myself, by myself.
I was wrong for doing this, I have no one to blame but myself and it took those 7 years (and for him to no longer be in my life) for me to realize I need to prioritize finding happiness within myself, by myself. I still have so much love and respect for this person because without him and our up and down experience, I wouldn't have had my epiphany. It is because of him that I have become this person I am now so in love with! I cannot thank him enough and wish I could tell him this face to face.

However, I can confidently share this: if you start following the urges and desires you have in life, you will have hopped on a magic carpet ride of happiness and awesomeness. Follow your intuition and be your authentic self. I was once a shy, depressed, and low-key angry person, but I have accepted my past self and have come to terms with it. I have never been THIS happy in my entire life! Follow your heart (and gut), do what you love, and take care of your mental health. Your happiness will align with peace and that is the amazing indicator that you are connected with your true nature.
 

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