Here we are, on the last day of 2016. It’s hard to not get reflective and a tiny bit sappy today, right? Recently I pulled up the post I wrote on the first day of 2016. It reminded me what it felt like to be on the ‘before’ side of everything that this year held. We… Read More 2016 in review
Happy May, friends! In the hope of talking more about life in general here at Teaspoon of Nose, I’ve decided to share my monthly goals. Life has felt too complicated, too sensitive, and just plain too fast to do a great job of sharing more personally here on the blog. My job isn’t really bloggable… Read More Goal setting, or how not to sabotage yourself via to do lists
Welcome to a new year! How were everyone’s celebrations yesterday? Logan and I had a date night with an epic French meal. I love experimenting in the kitchen! As I think ahead to this year, I’m struck by the sheer possibility of it all. Calling something “new” always holds so much promise. It’s energizing to look… Read More Here’s to 2016!
Hi. my name is Emma, and I struggle with busyness. I’m in a busy phase of life. I didn’t believe people when they said planning a wedding takes over your life. I thought, I’m a pretty organized and pretty laid-back person. Planning a wedding will be a lot of work, but nothing too crazy. Oh,… Read More Got grace?
Name & author: Spiritual Direction, Henri Nouwen Why are you reading this book? I’ll read just about anything by Henri Nouwen. He was a theologian, professor, and counselor, and he’s one of those writers whose words speak straight to my soul. His style is simple but articulate and easily speaks into both emotional and rational aspects… Read More Book Review: Spiritual Direction
Although the weather doesn’t think so, the fall semester is nearly upon us. College students are moving back to campuses as we speak. UNC starts classes next week, and between now and then over 4000 freshmen will arrive on campus, calling it home for the first time. One of the great things about a new… Read More Who am I?
Name & author: More than Enchanting, by Jo Saxton Why are you reading this book? I got it from InterVarsity Press – every semester, they send staff a couple books they recommend. More than Enchanting is about being a woman, being a leader, and being a Christian. What’s the first line of the first chapter? Do you… Read More Book Review: More than Enchanting