June 2017 where did you go? I find it so hard to believe that 2017 is over halfway over! What did I do in June 2017? I did a lot of computer work. Actually, I posted 13 times on my blog! That’s kind of crazy! Hopefully, I’ll post even more on here in July. Here … More What Happened in June 2017?
As some of you know, I grew up in what can be considered a large family of 7 kids. I am the middle child. Which is a pretty amazing experience if you ask me. I have 3 older siblings to look up to and be motivated and inspired by and learn from. I also have … More 31 Lessons I Learned From Growing Up With 6 Siblings
I decided to make a (hopefully) relatable post about New Years Resolutions and where I am half way through 2017. In December 2016 I remember being inspired to make some resolutions for 2017. Let’s recap and see how my thinking has changed. Because, honestly, my goals and what I want to be doing right now … More New Years Resolutions in June?
Hi, I’m Heather! I want to introduce you to the person behind the keys. (Some of you might have read through my About page. [If you haven’t check it out here]) Yesterday, I posted about my anxiety and really opened up for the first time. I don’t know why but I’m worried that people will … More The Face Behind the Words
Anxiety, Depression, Schizophrenia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Bipolar Disorder, Anorexia, Bulimia, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). I’m 18, why are these relevant for me? Well, they are all mental illnesses. Why are mental illnesses relevant for me you ask?
God is the most important subject. Fun fact, I am reading through the bible in a year for the 3rd time. Seriously, the second best thing I ever did from homeschooling. The first being, learning how to pray and starting to literally write out every single prayer. I highly recommend that you do this. It’s … More 12 Lessons I’ve Learned from 12 Years of Homeschooling
Death. What is it? Death is cold. Death is harsh. Death makes you question your life. Death makes you wonder if you really have a purpose. It makes you ponder when it will claim you. How much time do you have left? What would you do if you knew you were going to die tonight? … More Death