Daily Disciplines: Day Fifty Seven

Finding the fun in regular life stuff is something I think lots of people struggle with right now. Everyday I’m learning that it’s not about finding what’s fun, but about making it fun. I’ve got to throw off the care of what everyone thinks and fully embrace life!

[Adam let me ride on the back of the cart while we went grocery shopping. He even humored me by taking a picture for tonight’s DD!]


Daily Disciplines: Day Fifty Three

Developing a personal style is one of my passions, so I often think about what I’m wearing and what it’s saying to others. The things we choose to wear, or not wear, are like bait. If you don’t want a certain kind of fish, don’t bait him. If you don’t want a fish at all, but want a lion, you’ve got to use the right bait in a particular environment. This isn’t just something single men and women should be thinking about, it can even apply to attracting a certain caliber friend. You might be communicating something with your personal style you are missing… I guess these are just some musings of a girl on a day where she felt quite trendy and awesome.


Daily Disciplines: Day Fifty Two

Two words: Lava. Cake. Just kidding, lava cake can’t be something I have daily, but what it stands for IS something I can have everyday. Adam and I finished the first night of a marriage seminar and went out for lava cake at eat n’ park afterwords. We asked some hard questions and talked about more than just daily tasks. Learning someone’s heart is a messy but rewarding task. Thank God for lava cake.


Daily Disciplines: Day Fifty

Big step today, I made doctor appointments. For those that don’t know, I’m pretty squeamish, especially when it comes to anything medical. I’m excited to take this step out of fear and into a healthier more balanced life!

[Shoutout to my bff Hannah for encouraging me along the way AND reminding me to me the appointments. I’ll make the other ones after these…getting a win under my belt!]


Daily Disciplines: Day Forty Eight

While grocery shopping tonight we ran into a bunch of snags. The store seemed to be out of everything we wanted: the kind of milk we et, the frozen green beans we get, the kind of apple I like… It was pretty odd, but a great opportunity to keep my cool. Throughout the DD process I’ve noticed a decrease in wigging out moments.

[As a placeholder picture, I offer a photo of a donut I got the day before Valentines Day. A pre-valentines day celebratory heart shaped jelly filled powdery Dunkin Donut, donut.]