I've been on a reading kick this year, and this is the second of three non-fiction book reviews. You can find the first one here. Enjoy! --Jenn In the Bible, Jesus tells His followers (and me) something disturbing: "In this w...
Ever have a conversation with a friend and find yourself saying, "Me, too!"? This book felt like I was having that conversation with someone I didn't really know, but felt like I did. After reading Looking for Lovely, I'd lik...
As I lay on the table, I asked Emily, my massage therapist, if it was just my imagination, or were there less knots in my shoulders than last time I was there. She agreed there were. Huh. Last month, I shared how uncertain I ...
photo by Tim Street I heard them before I saw them. Cheep-cheep. Cheep-cheep. Cheep-cheep. As Dakota and I rounded the cul-de-sac sidewalk, we came upon, by my quick count in the fading light, at least a dozen robins. Then, w...
I'll be honest: I'm a bit of a control freak. As a firstborn, I'd like to blame my genetics, but I think there's more going on than birth order. I want things to turn out the way I think they should, and I am rarely without a plan to move things along toward my desired end.
I'm conflicted every year on this day. On one hand, I like contemplating what You accomplished on this day. On the other, I'd like to skip over it to Easter morning. I know, though, that there'd be no Easter without this day,...
We all have an easy button. Please tell me I'm not the only one... I've known what mine is for a long time. When it got pushed this week, I decided to examine what was really going on, in hopes of silencing it.
psdgraphics.com I'm a firstborn daughter of two firstborns. I'm married to a firstborn and am the mama to a firstborn. You might say perfectionism is in my genes. I've long joked that I abdicated my role and let my sister tak...
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Writing helps clarity emerge from confusion and transforms the noise into music my soul can sing.
I've always loved words and people. I worked as a journalist and wove my two loves together to share stories. I was blessed to be a stay-at-home mother from 1994 to 2013, when our only son graduated from high school.
I'm returning to my love of words and people and offering my writing as a way to help myself and others find clarity and transformation.