He Loves Me…He Loves Me Not Part 2

He said, “Your different and special in every way imaginable. I want you Christina, I want ALL of you not just bit and pieces like you give everyone else.”

My stomach DROPPED…I sat in silence.

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My Christian Life as A Love Story (Pt. 1)

I like who I’m becoming and God is an inseparable part of that. As I’ve been developing, I have been trying to figure out how to explain to people who Christianity as a religion is flawed like all religions but Christianity as a faith is more than church on Sunday, it’s a love story everyday.

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My Writing Charge from God

Being up to 121 posts since the relaunch of Everything’s Magnificent leaves a great feeling. This is one of the few times in my life where I set out to do something and truly made it a part of who I am. I have created content, branding, and a new direction for my life to head into. The interesting thing is, God wants more.

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Reader’s Choice: Write Music Again

I already talked about my aspirations with music with Top of the Bucket List: Pick up some Instruments but today I want to go a little deeper. I want to talk about the music I love and finding out how to create again. How do you go back to an old love?

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Day of Rest

I’m taking today off but I wanted to share what my plan is for the next week. I’m trying out something new while using the weekly posts as a template. Next week will have a theme of relationships. Not just male-female relationships but relationships with anything and everything. You will see starting tomorrow. Thanks again for your support!

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Creative’s Block

It’s a puzzling conundrum when your livelihood and passion collide. We fantasize about getting paid boatloads of money for talents but never think about what makes it a passion. What happens when you take away the fluidity, spontaneity, and freedom from a hobby? What do you do knowing that you have to be creative or else the bills won’t get paid?

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My 90-page Writing Wall

The most contradictory statement to come out of my mouth recently has been “I can’t write”. This is coming from someone who has written 63 different posts about everything imaginable in the last three months. I even kept the word count down to roughly 500 to 1000 words to keep from rambling on. How is this life? Continue reading “My 90-page Writing Wall”

Brief Hiatus: Finals Season

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Just to let everyone know. I am taking a brief hiatus from writing this week due to finals. Most of my projects are due on Friday, so afterward I should be back to daily posts. I have to put Achievement™ first as I push through my 3rd semester of graduate school. See you guys on the other side!!

Miles

Next on the Bucket List: Be Continuously Autodidactic

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I’ve had an interesting time and relationship with school. I love the atmosphere. I love the people. I love the concept, but I never seem to have enough time to do everything I need. I would try an sit in the library after finally finding the one book that felt right and it would be time  to go to the next class. I would also try to speed through my lessons and to get a chance to read. I would only read a couple pages and then I would have to leave it behind.  Continue reading “Next on the Bucket List: Be Continuously Autodidactic”

The Constant Struggle

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It’s amazing how many times we make goals in our lives that never end up fulfilled. For years, I end up repeating the same routine over and over. Every year, I promise to drink more water, pray more, read my bible, write more, read more, exercise more, and procrastinate less. While, I have had more success to varying degrees, I still find myself struggling with the same battles.Yet, in recent years, I finally have had some progress.

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