Tag Archives: life

Seven Years Later

Today marks seven years from the launching of the readmoore. Whew. Seven years since Dr. Carol Zuegner told us we needed to start a blog. Nine thousand, five hundred and forty three views later, I never knew how much having … Continue reading

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give yourself a little grace

I’ve never been a huge fan of the whole NYE craziness and then the swath of resolutions. I think it oftentimes causes folks to feel so negatively about their past year – “I didn’t do x, y, or z.” Or … Continue reading

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Pay Attention. Be Astonished. Tell the story.

Dr. Terry Nelson Johnson is a profound theologian, one whom I admire so much. He is the resident theologian at Old St. Pat’s Church in Chicago and has spoken at many events at which I have been in attendance. His … Continue reading

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You’re Never Fully Ready.

It took me a long time to come to this conclusion, and it may be completely obvious to you – so bear with me. I hope that you’ve noticed that I’ve been absent for a while from the cyber world … Continue reading

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Finding your heartbeat.

Sometimes you gotta lose your breath to find your heartbeat. Under Armour sometimes really gets their ads right. I saved this image a while back because I oftentimes find myself drawing upon inspirations from a long time ago — and … Continue reading

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1 Sign that You’re Reading Too Many Lists that “Define” You

I am a blogger and a reader and I’ll admit: I click on them – we all do. These lists that keep popping up everywhere – BuzzFeed, ThoughtCatalog, LifeHack, and countless other sites. Some of them are downright hilarious; and … Continue reading

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enjoying discomfort.

I feel like the title of this post could be misleading for, well, many reasons. I’ll explain before you have the chance to daydream. I graduated college just over 7 months ago, with a smile on my face, a hole … Continue reading

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