steward: 2018

A RAD 2018: The Hits and Highlights

A RAD 2018: The Hits and Highlights

As one year comes to an end and a new one begins, I love taking time to look back, celebrate, reflect, and remember all that happened in the last 12 months.

How I'm Stewarding the Season of Advent This Year

How I'm Stewarding the Season of Advent This Year

With the upcoming season of advent, I’m reminded again of how beautiful the changing seasons are, and how they always tend to align so well with the changes going on in my own heart and soul. Advent is definitely a season I want to steward well.

How I'm Stewarding the Season of Lent This Year

How I'm Stewarding the Season of Lent This Year

Over it all, grace. In it all, intentionality. Throughout it all, love.

My 2018 RAD52in52 Bucket List

My 2018 RAD52in52 Bucket List

Every year, I make a list of 52 things I want to do that year (because 52 weeks in the year, although they aren't weekly items!) and it's become one of my favorite ongoing challenges.

2018: My Word of the Year (!!), Goals, and Vision Board

2018: My Word of the Year (!!), Goals, and Vision Board

I'm sharing my #OneWord365, my top 10 PowerSheets goals for 2018, the vision board that illustrates it all perfectly, and how all the things tie together. Here we go, new year!

Looking Back on 2017: The Good, the Bad, the Beautiful Messes

Looking Back on 2017: The Good, the Bad, the Beautiful Messes

It wasn't all bad. It was actually really big, and really great. But I would have forgotten that if I didn't take time to look back.

My Game Plan for Reading in 2018

I want to care more about WHAT I'm reading than I do about HOW MUCH I'm reading. Because at the end of the day, I want to prioritize quality over quantity, and I want the books I read to make me better, wiser, more aware, more knowledgable, more empathetic, and more well-rounded.

The Best Reading Challenges for 2018

The Best Reading Challenges for 2018

I'm a big fan of a reading challenge. There's something about checking off those boxes that makes reading even more motivating and exciting, and I love that the challenges always push me beyond my normal reading comfort zone, too.

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