So you might be thinking "So what has Bree been up to?", or something of the sort (or not because you know, it's just me and you do have a life teehee). Well I can tell ya. I have been working on my photography business, and am in school full time as well as a … Continue reading The Whole 30-College Edition
I can't apologize. To apologize would mean that I am not human; that I don't need time. Time to breathe, time to think, time to just sit and listen to words that match my story lyric by lyric. I need that time. I won't apologize. I do not feel the urge. I do not feel … Continue reading I won’t apologize.
Change is not a bad thing. Change can be exceptionally good, especially if you are spiraling down a path that is causing you to lose focus. Several times throughout the course of my life, especially recently, it has been made prevalent to me that change has to happen, no excuses. This year, I have been stagnant … Continue reading Doing Something Different- Giving up.
Note : This was originally written June of 2015. Wow... I don't even remember when I wrote this. I just so happened to stumble across this today. I have gone back and changed a few words here and there to make it proper tense and such, and have added on more. I will start this post … Continue reading The Fear of Abandonment
Always wanting to surround yourself with people during the stressful times is not always a bad thing. However, I am about to explain why I decided to take it down a notch- when temporarily closing off could be a bad thing, and why I'm okay with easing up on the amount of time I spend out and … Continue reading Dear Social Butterfly: Take a Break.
I was raised in the church. My father is a minister and preached at various churches all of my life. Of course living with a preacher as a father had its ups and downs, but I knew that he loved me and wanted the best. He made sure to equip me by making me remember many … Continue reading The Story Unfolded: How I [really] found Jesus.
I was a shopaholic. I went through things fairly quickly, such as clothing, electronics, shoes, purses, you name it. My closet was originally at a point where I could not possibly close it- ridiculous, right? And yet for years, I had never thought about the reason as to why I was broke and unsatisfied all … Continue reading Getting Rid of the Clutter: My Story