Oh! Sup! I’m a teacher now. Here’s what I’m doing for Lent this year! Spend time with Barnett Newman’s Stations of the Cross. Don’t be mean. Especially not flippantly. I love to be flippantly mean! No buying pointless sweets. No candy just to have candy. Wedding cake, a social ice cream, great! But I don’t… Continue reading lent 2018
I’ve been neglecting this space because, well, grad school. But a few updates! One, I posted about the Blessed is She Liturgical Planner a while ago, and it sold out VERY shortly thereafter. But there is now one that begins in January. Check it out, I love mine and rely on it daily. If you’re… Continue reading oh, hello there!
Since you last heard from me in this space, I’ve moved three times (DC -> parents’ home in Green Bay, Green Bay -> Madison sublet, sublet -> actual new home), finished seven credits of grad school, spent five weeks hanging out with amazing kids at a local learning center, and have lost or accidentally destroyed three… Continue reading pulling it together
Over the last three and a half years in DC, I’ve lived what feels like many lives. I’ve been disillusioned and sad. I’ve been hopeful and hungry. I’ve been broken and lost. I’ve been whole and happy. But as I leave this city — hurriedly and unexpectedly, I am deeply grateful. I’ve grown up here,… Continue reading a love story
Last year, I shared my winter and summer skin routines, and a lot of those habits have stuck. But as I continue to get nerdier and more obsessed with keeping my skin healthy, I’ve adopted a few new habits as well. Currently in my medicine cabinet: So what does my routine look like morning and… Continue reading skin routine for changing seasons
Heyo, I was so looking forward to reading on my many flights this spring that I wrote a whole article about what you should read on your own travels. Many of them will be familiar from other book recommendations here, but there are some new picks, too! You can find my recommendations on Verily!
I went to see Spotlight a few weeks ago and had some Big Thoughts about it: To embrace the Eucharist fully, we must also embrace justice and mercy. Apologies don’t fade the pain of the victims of abuse or their families, and the rifts within the Church and our communities don’t close by simply acknowledging… Continue reading At Millennial Journal: A Spotlight on Abuse: Healing the Wounds of the World through Truth, Justice, and Solidarity