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Em is a lover of words, and has spent a lifetime recording the raw and intricate details of life in her journals and blogs. She speaks light and hope, and writes from a reservoir of deeply anchored faith in Jesus—as well as many a long mac (with almond milk, please).
She is a wife, a mama to three kids, and a friend to many. Em has a bachelor’s degree in English, Creative Writing and Journalism, and while her day job is in a library, her superpower is editing and helping authors with their manuscripts.
She believes in the beauty of tight hugs, freshly ground coffee and early mornings.
Once upon a time, my friend and I wrote a blog series in the lead up to Lent, a significant time period in the Christian calendar from Ash Wednesday up until Easter. We wanted to slow down, to stop with the hustle, to sink our hands into work that felt wholesome and quiet, and unhurried… Continue reading embracing slow, again
Packing boxes are strewn haphazardly throughout our house. Last week we signed our first ever official tenancy agreement. We have an official moving date. We’re on the move. Signing that piece of paper signified signing off the end of an era—the end of our lives being lived in our beloved beachside suburb, the end of… Continue reading The one where I pack up my house.
For a very long time, I’ve had a quote up on a letter board in my home: Keep leading us forward. It’s a verse from the book of Proverbs. I believe it’s God’s heart for us, for us to keep looking ahead, to keep being lead forward, not to dwell “on the former things”. However,… Continue reading Glancing back, moving forward
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