No really. I’m not trying to “mom” everyone, just telling all of you to “just get along.” To tell you all to avoid your problems and cover up your differences with sickening sweetness towards each other. Especially because we’re all broken, and I am in no place to preach. This post was not created because … Continue reading Why Can’t Women Just Be Nice to Each Other?
By Julia Amting I think the following has happened to all of us in some form or other: I’ll have a bad day, feel empty and stressed and drained and depressed, and get in my car and plug in my aux cord to Spotify. I’ll shuffle my list of favorite songs, and as I drive … Continue reading Not On Words Alone
By Julia Amting Guys, my life is so good. I have beautiful friendships. I get to go on trips and retreats and vacations. I get opportunities to learn and to grow in healthy environments. I go to dances and have plenty of people in my life who love me unconditionally. I have Jesus in my … Continue reading Gratitude and How it’s Changing Me
By Julia Amting So I’m at a point in the year where there’s just a whole lot of stuff going on. You could ask anyone from around here and they would definitely say that change is in the air. And it’s so bittersweet. A lot of my best friends, and the people that have filled … Continue reading The Glorification of "Busy"
By Julia Amting Guys I am so unqualified to do this work. This work of writing posts to inspire people to love Jesus more, to love their lives more, to fully embrace everything that they were created to be (as goes the mantra of this blog.) I am unqualified to act like I have … Continue reading The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Being Real With God
By Julia Amting So, my readers, at this point I think my blog is taking a turn towards a feminine audience, even if I didn’t intend it to at first. But real Godly womanhood is a topic I am so very passionate about, and I have so much to say about it! So I’m just … Continue reading Authentic Beauty
By Julia Amting I tend to be impatient, and I tend to be a planner. I want things to be figured out right when I want them to be. I want to know where I’m headed, I want to know how I’m going to get there, I want to know that it’s right, and I … Continue reading God’s Timing: A Frustrating and Beautiful Mystery