If you got to this page from the homepage, hey again! If you got to this post as a shared post, Hi, I hope you check out my home page, and see all my blog has to offer. This post is a note I thought I’d share to nudge you in the direction I hope reading this blog takes you.
As you read this blog, I want to remind you that the posts I write are from my own experiences. Do keep in mind that what works for me might not work for you. I understand that our experiences are different and that affects the choices we make and when we make those choices. I am not setting a standard for you to live by, nor am I asking you to overhaul your life and live as I do. I am simply sharing my experiences and some lifestyle changes that have elevated my life. In sharing these, I hope it nudges you to consider being more mindful and intentional with your everyday living. I want you to leave this blog feeling encouraged and inspired to make change where possible. So read this blog with gentleness and grace toward yourself.
I want to also remind you that I am not perfect. I am not a perfect minimalist, I don’t have this simple living all figured out. I make mistakes, I still buy things wrapped in plastic sometimes, I don’t eat a perfectly balanced diet all the time, I still accumulate clutter, but I am learning every day. This is a lifelong journey that I choose to embark on, daily. SO, I want you to read this blog and know that I am human just like you. I am not a “lifestyle blogger” who’s telling you what to do. I just happen to have a blog that allows me to share some of these choices and decisions with you. I am embracing every bit of this imperfect journey of unlearning a lot of what I have learned.
This blog is a place of comfort and free of judgment. I encourage you to do your best! Take little steps every day.
Most importantly, I want you to read this blog knowing that every decision I make and everything I do is influenced by my Love for Jesus and the desire to glorify him in my every day. My ultimate desire is to return to simple, enjoy the little things, and live a deeply rooted life the way God intended; in love and reverence.
Every day, I choose to try. I hope you try, too.
If you’re looking for where to start on this journey, check out this post I wrote on what slow living is all about.