This is going to be part of a new series on the blog called – Perspectives. One of my favourite things is getting to know people. Past the small talk about the weather or what they are doing with their life and getting to the deeper stuff. One aspect of this is gaining an understanding … Continue reading Perspectives – On failure
I think social media can be a great tool. It can also be a fun way to take a break from life. However, it can be problematic too. Comparisons, wasting time and anti-social behaviour can occur. We all know that social media is not real life. Life is complicated and messy and far from perfect. … Continue reading Social Media Breaks – Can they help?
One of the blog posts I have been planning for December was to write about human trafficking. This was because of Dressember which I will further discuss below. It is a time when women are wearing dresses and men are wearing bow ties to raise awareness and funds to help fight human trafficking. Human Trafficking … Continue reading Fighting Human Trafficking: Dressember
My sister has a mission of preventing sex trafficking. My Sister is involved in educating communities, empowerment and providing aftercare for survivors of sex-trafficking. Buy a tee and you get to tell a story. From the ethical sourcing of the material to the statement it makes to the conversations you can have. You get to … Continue reading My Sister – Cute tees with a message
I was scrolling through social media a few nights ago when I stumbled on an article, Relevant Magazine. You should go read it! It’s awesome. It was talking about how social media has created a different type of Pharisee. Different method but same outcome. The Twitter and Facebook age we are living in allows us to … Continue reading Culture of Shame
Holy guacamole you guys! The past couple of weeks have been troubling to say the least. Every time I opened social media especially Facebook I was saddened or angered or frustrated. It was difficult to see so much hatred. It made me feel quite helpless BUT it also meant a lot of prayer. Prayer for … Continue reading Hope & The Beauty Of Everyday Justice