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The Editor's Letter—

OKAY FINE, I'M JUST LIVING OUT MY DREAM OF BEING ONE OVER HERE...

My dream was always to write, share stories, and understand what makes people tick.

I pictured myself in the role of Editor-in-Chief for a prominent magazine, living the stylish, high-rise office life. I later realized I hate pencil skirts and being stuck in heels all day long.

I much preferred cozy, productive days working from home, in sweats - or well-dressed, depending on my mood, and living life on my terms. What can I say, I’m a true homebody.

So I eventually founded a boutique, wine-themed copywriting studio known as Copy Uncorked that allows me to work with & write for clients all over the world. 

At present, I work more than I care to admit, but blogging has always been a constant in my life. So even when I’m not getting paid to do it, you’ll find me…writing…right here. Beyond my affinity for words, I’m drawn to the perfectly selected font-pairing, interior design everything, a neutral color palette, a well-curated wardrobe, and just good aesthetics in general. 

Words are my trade, design is my release. (Hence the reason the design of this blog changes, quite often.)

Despite loving slow Saturdays at home, I crave the changes in scenery that come with a flight or road trip to someplace new. My husband Connor is my forever favorite travel companion. The only thing that makes it difficult is (#2020) and leaving the sweet face of our mini goldendoodle Dodger behind.

Like you, I've experienced the highs and lows of life in many ways, in many different seasons. But I think life is about discovering what wholeness through Christ looks like. It's always been my faith in Jesus that grounds and guides me. 

So this is my journey. One that's lived between unfinished sentences. A story that's still being written. I'm glad you're here. x

soul.

Have the courage to turn away from everything that doesn’t feed your