#AllergyPride

This post's topic is not even on the Gratitude Challenge list, but May is Celiac Disease Awareness month, so I'm going to write about being gluten-intolerant. Let me start my clarifying that eating gluten-free by choice, and eating gluten-free because a person is gluten-intolerant or has Celiac Disease is not the same thing. Gluten is … Continue reading #AllergyPride

My Biggest Accomplishment

It's so hard for me to pick my proudest accomplishment when I feel like I've accomplished so many great things! I'm 22 and I've worked at Disney World, traveled across Europe, been on mission trips to multiple countries, and done so many many more things. I remember learning the term "bucket list" sometime in middle … Continue reading My Biggest Accomplishment

The 4 Things I’d Save in a Fire

So, I'm a very sentimental person. I don't like to think I'm materialistic, but SO many things I own have sentimental value. I tried really hard to pick a favorite, but I can't. So, here or my top four favorite possessions that I would save in a fire: My Journalling Bible - I had seen … Continue reading The 4 Things I’d Save in a Fire

5 Reasons to Love Spring and Summer

Today I'm combining two posts into one: Gratitude for Spring and Summer (because let's be real, they're basically the same thing in Texas). Here are my top five reasons to love the months of March-September. (Occasionally February-November. Or just the whole year.) GREEN - Okay, so this only applies to maybe one month out of … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Love Spring and Summer

Mozart’s and Friendship

There are so many beautiful places to hang out in my hometown. Honestly, I think Austin is one of the greatest cities in the world. (But don't move there. It's too crowded. I hear Dallas and Houston are great.) The city is so full of hills and art, and hipsters with beards and man buns … Continue reading Mozart’s and Friendship