In case you missed our virtual evening with Laura Jean, you can listen to it here!
What do we mean by reverence? Why is reverence missing from our society? And what does it mean to reverence our bodies?
Summertime is here, and with that, comes summer fashion. Sometimes, summer style is overlooked in lieu of hyper-casual-wear (t-shirts and cut offs). But this year is the perfect time to reevaluate your summer ensemble, and incorporate some classic and timeless pieces that you are worthy of wearing.
We’ve all received our soap boxes through online platforms to use however we please. Once upon a time, you had to be the crème-de-la-crème to get notoriety, but now, if you can lip-sync a scene from your favorite movie, you may go viral. Seconds after hearing some news story, people rush to their platforms to explain what is going on or how to respond appropriately. These actions don’t require natural talent or thought, just access to the internet.
As an esthetician, I see this everyday. People want to look younger and get rid of wrinkles and they don’t want to look old. These are very common things I hear when asking clients about their skin health goals.
The results of pushing God out are always tumultuous.
Popular questions regarding children include, “how many children do you want?” Or “Do you plan on waiting to have kids?” Or “Do you want kids?
This manner of thinking subconsciously programs us into the faulty belief that we are entitled to children. We are entitled to the parenthood journey we desire. We get to pick and choose what we want and when we want, as if we were grocery shopping.