Au Naturel

2014 has inadvertently become the year of the natural beauty regimen in my life. Using oils in my hair turned into making my own lotion which turned into using the oil cleansing method to clean my skin. Natural and homemade beauty products are the bee's knees. Why, might you ask?

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1. You can make the products to fit you

I added cinnamon and vanilla to my shea butter lotion. It gives me this subtly warm and inviting smell that is quickly becoming my signature scent.

2. No chemicals

This is self-explanatory, but there are a ton of chemicals in the beauty products that we use. They're harsh on the environment, your skin, and your wallet.

3. Feel luxurious... on a budget

Making homemade beauty products is cost effective, but the experience feels like you treated yourself to a $500 bottle of lotion. Love. it.

If you're curious, here's the recipe for the shea butter lotion that I use and here's Hey Fran Hey's tutorial on the oil cleansing method.

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Creative Retreat

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I love school breaks. I've always said that I am more myself in my months away from school. Activities that are normally luxuries, reading for pleasure and even writing on this blog, can become daily occurrences. So far, I've finished the last three books in the Harry Potter series. It's wonderful.

This month is my creative retreat, and some nights I can't sleep because I'm so inspired. How do you rekindle your creativity?

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Confessions of a Chronic Entrepreneur: Part Two

A few days ago, I posted the quote. "Do it with passion or not at all." I always thought that quote was intended to be an encouragement to do everything with passion. It's not; it's telling us to make choices, hard ones, and to ask ourselves, "Can I do this with passion?"

It's tough. After getting my group fitness certification, I immediately wanted to dive into a health coach certification. But the answer to "Can I do this with passion?" was no. For a person who is used to saying yes to as many opportunities as possible, this new mindset is taking some getting used to.
I wrote my first Confessions of a Chronic Entrepreneur post back in April and declared that I would be patient. Eight months later, I'm still taking baby steps toward action. This intentionality has given me time to build something I'm passionate about and time to ask, "Am I doing this with passion?"

So far the answer continues to be yes and as long as that yes stays constant, something new will be coming on March 4, 2015.

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Dancing through the Holidays with eShakti

I love to dress up. You'll rarely find me out of the house in sweats or a t-shirt. So when eShakti offered to let me try out one of their products, I naturally gravitated towards this skirt. The tutu is an homage to my days as a ballerina. As you can see below, it's perfect for twirling. The navy blue is a nice alternative to the typical red and green that we so often see this time of year. 

eShakti is a brand I'd buy from again. They've got fun, feminine, and budget friendly clothing that can be customized. They've got a promotion going on where new customers can register and get a $30 coupon. You can put it towards a holiday outfit that will make you dance just like I did. 

Get 10 percent off until January 10th with the code "liveandmove"

Sweater: Thrifted, originally JCrew, Skirt: eShakti, Boots: Vince Camuto

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P.S. Special shout out to my dad for taking these photos!

Facts About Justice

Fact: There are over 2000 verses in the Bible that talk about poverty and justice.

Fact: The Bible calls Christians to a life of love and justice. This isn't justice the way America's forefathers defined it, and this is not the Hollywood version of love. It's antithetical to our most basic of instincts.  Here's a snapshot:

Micah 6:8 He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the LORD require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?

Mark 12:31 The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.

Matthew 5:42-44  Give to the one who begs from you, and do not refuse the one who would borrow from you. “You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you...

Fact: If you call yourself a Christian, this world is not your home. 

Phillipians 3:20  But our citizenship is in heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ...

Fact: Our mission as Christians is to show God's Kingdom on earth.

Matthew 6:10 Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.

Fact: I am angry. I am discouraged, disillusioned, and disheartened. 

These are the facts, and I feel compelled to share them because too many Christians have forgotten them. 

I have seen countless people who call themselves followers of Christ show a lack of compassion so great that I know God must be grieving. My heart grieves with His. And I, a generally optimistic person, am experiencing a cynicism I did not know I was capable of containing. 

Over the past two weeks, I have considered not having children. Moving to another country sounded increasingly appealing. I wanted to remove myself from the situation.

But Jesus.

Jesus did not remove himself. In fact, he moved closer. He ate with sinners. He asked them questions. He called out people who were doing it wrong. 

What we need is the voice of Jesus. 

Pause for a moment. Log out of Twitter. Stop posting Facebook comments, and read the Gospels. 

Observe how Jesus treated those who were different than him. (Hint: It was not by discrediting their concerns.) See how he sought them out. I look at Jesus' interactions and see a man who "left people better than he found them", even when he was rebuking them.

And then I look at the hate, or worse, apathy,  being spewed by members church and I am angry. I would venture to say that it is a righteous anger.

Here's a final fact for you.

Fact: If you are not loving your neighbor, your friend, your enemy, that person of another race, that person you disagree with, you are doing it wrong. If you are not praying for and seeking racial reconciliation in this country and in your own life, you are doing it wrong. If you are calling people, who are made in God's image, animals or any number of dehumanizing phrases, you are doing it wrong. If you are more concerned with discrediting the the opinions and feelings of another person than with loving them as yourself, you are doing it wrong. If you are not concerned about the plight of the oppressed, the poor, and the marginalized, you are doing it wrong.

Those are biblical truths.

This is not about black or white. This is not about whether or not there should have been indictments in the two recent cases. This is about the fact that we live in a fallen world. This is about the fact that we as Christians are reacting to this brokenness in a way that is indistinguishable from non-Christians. We need to do better. To whom much is given, much is required, and we've been given so much as Americans. 

I'm gonna let my man James close this one out:

James 2:14-20 (The Message)

 Dear friends, do you think you’ll get anywhere in this if you learn all the right words but never do anything? Does merely talking about faith indicate that a person really has it? For instance, you come upon an old friend dressed in rags and half-starved and say, “Good morning, friend! Be clothed in Christ! Be filled with the Holy Spirit!” and walk off without providing so much as a coat or a cup of soup—where does that get you? Isn’t it obvious that God-talk without God-acts is outrageous nonsense?

 I can already hear one of you agreeing by saying, “Sounds good. You take care of the faith department, I’ll handle the works department.”

Not so fast. You can no more show me your works apart from your faith than I can show you my faith apart from my works. Faith and works, works and faith, fit together hand in glove.

 Do I hear you professing to believe in the one and only God, but then observe you complacently sitting back as if you had done something wonderful? That’s just great. Demons do that, but what good does it do them? Use your heads! Do you suppose for a minute that you can cut faith and works in two and not end up with a corpse on your hands?

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God Rest Ye Merry, Gentleman

I was never as excited about Advent as I should be. The importance of God becoming man and establishing His kingdom on earth was lost on me. I did the Christmas-y things and then went on about my year, largely unchanged. This season is different.

My mom bought me the Advent devotional  from She Reads Truth. It's full of s truths that are challenging me to explore what having the "Christmas spirit" really means.

Image of "O Come Let Us Adore Him" Advent Books

The devotional has Christmas carols sprinkled throughout and one in particular captured my heart. 

God rest ye merry, gentlemen
Let nothing you dismay
Remember, Christ, our Savior 
Was born on Christmas day
To save us all from Satan's power
When we were gone astray
O tidings of comfort and joy,
Comfort and joy,
O tidings of comfort and joy

This is my anthem and my prayer during this Christmas season, that I can find rest, comfort, and joy in the beauty of the Gospel. 

What is inspiring you this season?

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Client Spotlight: Academic Studies Abroad

I had a bout of productivity at the end of my summer and created a professional website. I thought about the things I was good at and the things that I enjoyed and found that I love to write and I love to empower others to pursue their dreams. So I put my areas of expertise as content marketing, social media marketing, blogger outreach and brand strategy.

And I waited. For a while, my website was just a pretty landing page. Then I got an email from Lee at Academic Studies Abroad. His business sends students on study abroad adventures around the world and he wanted me to run his social media. 

Academic Studies Abroad is an ideal client. Studying abroad was one of the highlights of my college career, and now I get to create engaging content about travel and adventure. 

My hope is that one day I can build a career out of encouraging and developing entrepreneurs. Until then, I'll happily work with clients on the side.

What steps are you taking towards your dreams?

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Forever Young: Skincare with SOBO

My mom has taught me many things: how to speak my mind with with grace, how to find a bargain, and how to take care of my skin.

Skin care is another habit that I'm working on this year. I bought better facial lotion with stronger SPF. I force myself to wash my face, no matter how tired I am. The whole moisturize at night thing has not caught on quite yet.

That's why I was eager to test out the Ultra Age-Repairing Cream from SOBO Skincare. My skin was at a low-point between the changing of seasons and a cold. My skin felt thirsty for something natural. SOBO fit the bill.

They're an indie skin care company that creates products that are natural, wholesome, honest, and effective. They stay away from sulfates, dyes, and fragrances. Instead, they fill their products with natural ingredients--think jojoba oil and apricot kernel oil. SOBO even avoids excess packaging that creates unnecessary waste. They're my kind of brand

I tested the Ultra Age-Repairing Cream and found it to be truly moisturizing. The cream is thick. It doesn't take very much to cover your face and neck. When first applied, it appeared a tad oily. However, the moisturizer was quickly absorbed. My skin feels hydrated and soft. 

I'm really with SOBO's products, which is great because I love their brand philosophy. At $64, the cream is a bit pricey for my current season of life. I think I'd stick with my normal moisturizer with SPF for the daytime and use SOBO's cream for nights and dryer seasons.

They've got a natural face wash that is next on my list to try. If you've tried any SOBO products-- like their youth serum, their eye serum, or their moisturizer-- I'd love to hear your thoughts.

Y'all can enjoy 25% off of your purchase with SOBO as readers of my blog. Just use the code TRYSOBO .

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This year is the last year before the "rest of my life." Besides doing the normal senior things--checking things of my bucket list, savoring moments with friends, and enjoy the lack of real responsibility-- I'm also trying to create habits that I can use in the next season of life.


1. Be less technology dependent

I read the the distraction-free iPhone last week. It was the push I needed to heed the Holy Spirit's calling to craft a life I loved instead of crafting a documented life.

2. Exercise regularly

My exercise regimen started with a failed attempt to run a 10k while abroad in Madrid. Now, I work out every day, alternating between Pilates and HIIT workouts. Exercise gives me a strength and confidence that I honestly have not previously felt. It's quickly becoming a passion of mine. I hope to share some of my favorite workouts in the coming weeks.

3. Eat healthily

This habit has been by far the hardest to accomplish. I truly love the taste of fruits and veggies. However, I've trained my mind to think that these things cannot bring me the same fullness and pleasure that a piece of cake can. Right now, I'm exploring healthy recipes and learning moderation.

4. Love truly

If love is a verb, I've been living in the passive voice. Love is hard.  It means biting my tongue and swallowing my pride. But let me tell you, it's so satisfying to see its manifestations in my life. Each sacrifice makes me want to give still more for the ones and the One that I love.

5. Worry less

There is so much that I could say about this. I'm not sure that it's quite ready to see the light of the Internet. Suffice it to say, I'm finally dealing with my anxiety. It is such a freeing thing.

6. Keep dabbling

I've said it before and I've said it again: I'm a dabbler. My latest effort is fashion styling with Keaton Row. It's completely free for all of my clients (plus you get free shipping!) They've got brands like ASOS and Nordstrom. Anyways, I'd love for you to sign up and to request a free lookbook. You aren't obligated to buy a thing!

Habits are tricky things. But I love a challenge. 

What habits are you forming or breaking in your life?

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Styling, yet another adventure

A couple of weeks ago, I accepted a full-time job for after college. I'm excited to know what I'm doing after college, although the reality of being a real adult hasn't quite hit yet.

I'm a dabbler by nature, so I'm always looking to try something new. My latest adventure? Personal styling!

Through Keaton Row , I'm able to help clients find their personal style--at no cost to them. It's as easy as visiting my personal page , telling me what you're looking for, and letting me create a personal lookbook with my suggestions for you. You aren't obligated to buy anything.

The whole thing is free for you and fun for me. It's a win-win!

Keaton Row Stylist

As a side note, I'm going to try to post more consistently. I've got tons of ideas, but I've been lacking in focus. 

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Thoughts on Ferguson

I have started this post four times, and couldn't find the words to say. My eyes and heart are weary, but I keep reading about Ferguson. I find article after article, reading all the way down to the often misguided comments.

The fact that African Americans are still fighting this fight to be looked at as human is discouraging, and I am angry at how often minorities are asked to prove that racism still exists. It does.  On the way down to Vanderbilt, my family had an experience that felt like we were in a time warp. We entered a restaurant hoping to get some breakfast to-go. The staff ignored us. We called them out on it. They still made no effort to serve us, so my family and I high-tailed it out of there. Racism isn't always that overt, but I can assure you that it is still more pervasive than you think.

One would hope that Christians would be different. That servants of the God who loves justice and his Son who sought out the disenfranchised would stand up against injustices. Instead I hear... well, nothing. (Or defenses of prejudice, but that is a whole other issue.)

I'm not going to write a political analysis about Ferguson. The police were wrong to shoot an unarmed man six times. Mike Brown was wrong to steal from a store. The people in his community were wrong to loot. Satan is busy whispering lies of hate and indifference. And the church is buying it.

Ferguson; racism; James; christianity
James is the book of the the Bible that I go to when I need a kick in the pants. I started reading it to jumpstart my senior year, and was surprised by the parallels between James and the situation in Ferguson. James condemns favoritism (read prejudice.) He tells the church that faith without deeds is dead and that believers should actually do what the Bible says. (Do you know how much the Bible talks about justice? A whole lot.)  If you are a believer, I encourage you to prayerfully read through James and let the Holy Spirit speak to you.

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Senior Year in Six Words

I am a senior in college. At first, those words were scary to say. Now they're a bit more familiar.  I'm starting to like how they sound.

It's been eight months since I've seen this place. Eight months since I've hugged my friends. These past few days have been a blur of God showing me that I am loved much. I'm thankful.

This will be the last year that all of my friends are in one city, on one campus. I surely won't waste it. Here are my senior year goals in six simple words:

1. Seek God

2. Slow down

3. Show love

Taylor Bryant; College Senior; back to school; goals
From my Instagram

I hope you'll join me in figuring out what living these goals looks like!

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Swerve: Back in Business and Better than Ever

Taylor Bryant; entrepreneur; lifestyle blogger; nashville; chicago; digital marketer
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Summer is generally my time of renewal. In the past, I referred to summer as the season where I am myself. That wasn't the case for most of this summer. Working a full-time internship, commuting for at least two hours each way, and juggling freelance jobs made for an exhausting fourteen weeks.

Through it all, I was trying to ideate a business. It's been a dream to be an entrepreneur. I came up with a concept that I spent the summer tweaking, demolishing, and completely reworking. My passions and a business failed to line up, no matter what I did.

Something changed this week. I realized that these skills I took for granted were valuable and that I was passionate about living into them.

Words flow out of my fingers incessantly. I'm always editing down my sentences, making sure they are saying just enough. Talking to entrepreneurs switches my brain into strategy mode. These people are living their dreams and I immediately want them to be successful at it. I tend to give entrepreneurs a few tips just because I believe in dreamers. My friends come to me for advice in the job search. Every well-worded email counts, right?

 I'm not starting a business so much as sharing myself. This website was a chance for me to define and organize that work that I already love doing.Visit my new website to learn more about how we can work together.

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Networking Authentically

Friday was the last day of my internship at Allstate. I'm convinced that working full time makes the months move faster. Allstate is a Fortune 100 company with somewhere around 75,000 employees across the country. And this summer, I made a goal to learn as much about it as I could.  As an intern with no idea what kind of career I want, I saw networking as the easiest way to gain insight into Allstate and my career path.

Networking can get a bad rep. Some people automatically associate it with people who are only concerned with, "what's in it for them." And that is the way that some people network. However, networking at its core is about building connections. Here are a few ways I went about networking this summer:


1. Talk to your friends

In talking to other interns this summer, I realized that they were doing work that excited me. My friends were then willing to introduce me to people in that department. I'd connect with people in that department and they'd tell me that I really should talk to so-and-so. The cycle continued until I'd met a host of wonderful people who helped me learn more about what I wanted from a career.

2. Get out there

The corporate world is a lot like high school. There are all of these extracurriculars to get involved in. I would go to an event with the goal of finding one person who I would like to get to know more. Later we would meet at Starbucks and chat.

3. Use your time

If you already have a meeting scheduled with someone, try to take 5 minutes to ask them about their story. How long have they been in their role? What was their career path? What's one piece of advice they have? People were more than willing to share their wisdom with me.

After leaving Allstate, I feel like I made genuine relationships that I plan to continue even when I'm away at school. That's the power of networking.

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Little Truths: Not by Might

It's been all of two days meditating on this verse, and oh, what a difference is there in me.

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A New Thing

I didn't plan it this way, a fresh look for the blog just as God is doing something fresh in me.

When I started this blog, the title Live and Move came to me pretty quickly. Acts 17:28 was a verse that was important to me at the time. My original concept for this blogged involved me being a lifestyle blogger, encouraging creativity in me and in my readers.

I mentioned in a recent post that the original concept wasn't my idea of successful. Blogging felt like an obligation and a constant striving to "make it."

 And that's where God stepped in. It's a long story that includes scratched cars, Instagram, and a brand new journal. Suffice it to say: I've toyed with writing mostly about my faith on the blog for a while. I didn't for a number of reasons-- not feeling worthy, being afraid to talk about my faith boldly in a space that my friends and family read, and just plain laziness. Those days are over. When your cup overflows, you just have to share it with friends.

Live and Move is still a lifestyle blog. My idea of what lifestyle means has just changed. Posts will still come as the ideas do. I plan to write vulnerably about the things that matter to me. I'm praying that these internet acts of boldness will help me to live fearlessly in the everyday.

I'm learning to bloom where I'm planted, and Live and Move is my little garden plot. We'll see how it blossoms.

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P.S. How great does this new space look? I can't recommend Catherine Grace highly enough!

Vain Hopes

I, like so many other Americans, love the idea of picking myself up by my bootstraps. I'll work harder, stronger, and longer to overcome adversity. A strong work ethic is honorable, but this week I was convicted of rely on myself more than on God.

"A horse is a vain hope for deliverance." Those words echoed through my head. For a day or so, I just meditated on that portion of the verse, reminding myself that only God is the true Deliverer.

Finally, I flipped to the back of my study Bible and sought out the context. Psalm 33. The chapter was already well-loved. It had a star, underlines, and brackets. Psalm 33: 16-22 has my favorite part.

No king is saved by the size of his army;

    no warrior escapes by his great strength.
17 A horse is a vain hope for deliverance;
    despite all its great strength it cannot save.
18 But the eyes of the Lord are on those who fear him,
    on those whose hope is in his unfailing love,
19 to deliver them from death
    and keep them alive in famine.
20 We wait in hope for the Lord;
    he is our help and our shield.
21 In him our hearts rejoice,
    for we trust in his holy name.
22 May your unfailing love be with us, Lord,
even as we put our hope in you.

These verses reminded me just who this God I serve really is. He is my help and shield. His love is unfailing. He can be trusted. Why would I want to depend on myself when "He who gathers the waters of the sea into jars" tells me that He is working for my good?

Living these truths out it never easy. I'm praying verse 22 for myself and for you this week.

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Little Truths: Worry

“If you have fear of some pain or suffering, you should examine whether there is anything you can do about it. If you can, there is no need to worry about it; if you cannot do anything, then there is also no need to worry.” ― Dalai Lama -

About that tattoo of mine

Those of you who follow me on Instagram may remember a certain post about me getting a tattoo in Spain. It's been called a "v", a pen mark, and not a real tattoo (all jokingly!), but for me it's a reminder.

I spent spring break in Nice with one of my best friends. I journaled through 30 Questions to Ask Your heart and wrote about the kind of woman I want to be. All of my thoughts centered around two things: A woman whose love for God is evident and a woman whose love for others is undeniable.

Two verses kept whispering to me:

John 3:30 "He must become greater; I must become less."

Philippians 2:3-4 "Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind regard one another as more important than yourselves; do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others."

Those thoughts turned into a tattoo idea--a greater than sign that has me as the less than side of the equation. This tiny reminder gives me daily conviction and encouragement as I watch God create change in my heart.

What is God doing in your life lately?

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The NOT Wedding

It's been a while, friends. My summer in bullet point form:

  • Family
  • Internship
  • Freelancing
  • Dreaming
I guess it's fitting that my last summer be the fullest. I'm growing and my relationships are blossoming. I hope yours are too.

Anyways, I have exciting news. I'm volunteering at the Chicago Not Wedding this August. It's basically a bridal fair in the form of a wedding. You get to see all of the vendors doing what they do best. 

As part of the position, I get to give away tickets to five lucky couples. If you know (or are part of) an engaged couple in the Chicago area and they're free on August 14th, let me know! I can't wait to share my tickets for what is going to be the first event of its kind in the Chi. 

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If I'm Being Honest

If I'm being honest, I've avoided the space for a number of reasons: a broken keyboard, end of semester craziness, and most recently, a lack of purpose. I started this blog after reading blogs regularly. It was a chance to be creative. Somewhere along the way, creativity turned into worrying about readership and numbers and why I could never quite "make it" in the blog world.

So I took a hiatus. I was actually considering ending Live and Move altogether. Then last night happened. It was a tear drops staining my laptop kind of night. And my response? I wrote. I let myself be creative and poetic without any outside pressure. Once again, writing brought me pleasure.

I don't know what Live and Move will be in the future. It may last another week. Maybe it has years left in it. But it will reflect me. I'm the girl who craves deep conversations and authenticity, the girl who hates being told what to do, the girl who obverses, who wonders, who barely edits her blog posts, the girl who sometimes needs to write just to be okay.

I'm glad we can be formally introduced. These are my thoughts.

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Mirando: A Bull Fight

I wavered on whether or not to see a bull fight. In fact, I crossed my name off the list, but somehow my program coordinator thought that the squiggles were a part of my signature... We had a professor teach us some of the history and (dare I say) artistry behind bullfighting. When I went, I had a much better understand of what was going on.

That didn't make the event any less gory. Highlights included: a bull completely knocking over a horse and its rider, blood pouring from a bull's mouth, and fans angrily commenting on the form of the bullfighter. All of that happened in the first half. We peaced out after seeing three bulls die.

I'm not going to make a moral judgement on bullfighting. It's a tradition that seems as strange to me as the fact that I shave my legs instead of waxing seems to my seƱora. Feel free to share your thoughts on the issue. Or just enjoy some photos from the day. I promise, they're only PG.

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Mirando: Nice

In Spain, spring break coincides with Semana Santa (Holy Week). I met up with one of my dearest friends in Nice, France. We rented a little flat , ate copious amounts of store brand Nutella, and relaxed on the beach. I needed that time with someone who knows me so well. Over the course of the week, I journaled through Ashley Beaudin's 33 Questions to Ask Your Heart. It was a blessing to walk through those questions with my friend, and I can say that I got to know myself better over the course of that week.

Semana Santa included some great runs by the beach. (My 10k is on Sunday!) My friend and I talked through Tim Keller's The Meaning of Marriage. We watched movies. We read. We just were in a way that I can only do with certain people.

Some of the best shots from the week are on Instagram. Here's what I captured with my camera.

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Mirando: When You're Ready to Come Home

As I'm writing this post, I have 20 days left until I go home. Just the fact that I know the exact number of days is a hint that I'm ready to be back in America. I'm always ready for the next thing, for better or for worse. It doesn't help that I already know that this summer will be one of the best of my life.

Once again, I'm in the "in between." But this time, I know better how to navigate it. I'm focusing all of this energy into enjoying Madrid more. As much as I want to be home, I know that I won't get to experience living in Europe like this again.

Yesterday, I went for a run in one of the prettiest parks in Madrid. I saw the Pixar exhibit I've been wanting to see and went to the archeological museum. I'm writing this post from my favorite coffee shop. I got a tattoo! (Maybe that deserves a post of its own.)

I've always loved Jim Elliot's quote, "Wherever you are, be all there. Live to the hilt every situation you believe  to be the will of God." I've always failed pretty miserably at it as well. That's my goal for the next 20 days--be in Madrid.


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