Trying to come up with a blog title is so. much. pressure. It feels so permanent. Welcome to inside my head. What could I label it that would define it . . . forever? I’m always excited to learn about something, or more accurately, somethings. See: writing, marriage, raising three teenagers (!), my spiritual walk, homeschooling, leadership and mentorship, loving where you live, minimalism, food, bullet journals, capsule wardrobes, and other snippets and meanderings.
I didn’t really want to start a blog, but my Mom told me to. And my writer friends Rachel and Margie told me to. And Josh Becker told me to in this post right here. (Hi, Josh. You don’t know me, but thanks for the inspiration. I’m taking your word for it.)
So. I’m taking the plunge. Now I’m just going to go right over here and hit that Publish button.
But those who wait on the Lord Shall renew their strength; They shall mount up with wings like eagles, They shall run and not be weary,
They shall walk and not faint.
Hollie Gilman is a freelance writer who has spent the last 21 years momming, homeschooling her 3 almost-grown-and-flown children, and working with her husband of 24 years. She is a lifelong passionate learner in all things Faith, Health, and Leadership. Right now she is loving her new life in the country (being a pretend farmer) just outside her hometown of Richmond, VA. Her blog is where she spills her guts on the things of the heart we all share: faith, life, love, family, and anything else that tumbles through her mind.