With Thanksgiving around the corner, I thought I’d leave you with this wonderful analogy that caught my eye as I was scrolling through my newsfeed on a typical Wednesday. Soak in these simple, truth-filled words as we head into a weekend of (hopefully) deeper reflection on the things we do have in life and what it means to take on a posture of resilience and … Continue reading Spilling Your Coffee
I must admit that at the time of this blog’s conception, I purposefully steered clear of discussing faith here. The intentionality behind &justlikethat is all about getting down to the vulnerable, often hidden parts of ourselves yet for some reason, talking about my own faith seemed especially personal? I guess I was afraid that by typing out the various facets of what I believe onto … Continue reading I’m Doubting…What’s Wrong?
Recently, I have found myself aching for conversations of a different kind. I came to a startling realization that there are people who have been in my life for several years yet I don’t really know much about them. Sure, I may know what their job or field of study is, their general demeanor and personality, what’s their regular coffee order and more, and these … Continue reading I Want to Know
Of course, I saved the best for last. Out of all the places we visited in Greece, Crete is the one that left the deepest impression on my heart. Crete doesn’t receive as much attention in tourism as it should as the island itself contains a surprising diversity in landscapes and energy. We first started out in the bustling Old Port of Chania, to the … Continue reading GREECE: Crete State of Mind
As proof that sometimes the best things are found on the off-beaten path, Corinth was a hidden gem that was well worth the journey there. When planning out the itinerary for our Greece trip, the first city that popped into my mind was not Santorini or even Athens, but surprisingly, Corinth. The city holds such a special place in my heart because of how deeply … Continue reading GREECE: Corinth -Overwhelmed and Still