Author: A Grateful Life Lived
God’s response when your mess is your fault
Recently, I was getting in my car when a high pitched wail pierced my ears. As I turned to look, I spotted a small pink bike. The bike was splayed in the grass while its companion—a girl in a neon pink helmet—sobbed on the sidewalk, clutching her knee. As the tears continued, the child’s mother…
EmBODYing Strength: Krista Reynolds
Krista Reynolds is one of the coolest people I know. She’s a runner, teacher, mother, and travels regularly to Africa in support of an outreach she has started there. Read on to learn more!
EmBODYing Strength: Taylor Klass
Taylor is a lifelong soccer player and outdoor enthusiast. I’m so thankful for this chance to reconnect and once you read this convo, you will see why!
EmBODYing Strength: Lily Porth
In this article, I got to speak with NCAA runner for the University of Vermont, Lily Porth. We talked about balance, health in sport, and more!
I Want to Know
I’ve forfeited a lot of experiences in my life, but what I haven’t lost is wisdom.
Lessons Learned in Therapy: Reframing
For years, if I had a thought that I should wear sandals, I wore sandals. There was no in-between; just thought and action.
5 Things You Need to Know About Eating Disorders
It’s an odd reality, raising awareness about something I wish didn’t exist. But I am passionate about mental health for a reason, so I’m sharing five essential facts about eating disorders that I wish people knew.
The Most Misunderstood Fact About Growth
If this tree understands the dilemma, he doesn’t let on. And I feel a surge of compassion because I didn’t know when I was leaning precariously either.
EmBODYing Strength: Janae Janik
In this article, I chat with Janae, a former elite gymnast and diver. Her incredible story is still in motion, but her wisdom and perspective already are incredible.
You’re Not Alone: I’m Struggling Forward Too
The tundra of vulnerability is pretty lonely. It’s also necessary.