When did you start your blog?
My blog originated from humble beginnings (seriously, I dare you to scroll back through my old posts to see the evolution…). I started blogging about my life ,with a heart to share my passion for running and how running was connected to my faith. Over the years, it has grown into a hodgepodge of life including bits of fashion, faith, fitness, relationships, things I wish I knew in high school/college, travel and the #jounreyofjerandauj.
What are your beliefs?
I believe that the majestic beauty of this world was created by God, and that the human race is His masterpiece. I believe that I was created in the image of God, and I aim to bear that image well. I believe in Jesus Christ as our savior, rescuer, redeemer, and Holy Lord. Ann Voskamp says it this way, “Jesus Christ, the One with no earthly Father, with the dust of this earth between His toes, and with our names etched onto the palm of His hands, right beneath the nail scars…Who now sits at the Father’s right hand making endless intercession on our behalf.” I believe in the life, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus, and I am committed to living out His teachings in the world. I believe that the same power that conquered death is alive in us, and that we have access to it through faith. I believe that our God works miracles and that we get to partner with Him to carry out the work He created us to do. I believe that the Bible is inspired by God, a love letter to His daughters and sons, the embodiment of truth, and our compass. I believe that the Bible sheds light on the dark places. It turns confusion to clarity, despair to hope, defeat to encouragement, and suffering to joy. I believe that there is ALWAYS MORE through Christ.
Why do you always say and hashtag “ALWAYS MORE?”
You can read about that by clicking >>here<<
Shop my clothing line inspired by “ALWAYS MORE” by clicking the SHOP tab in the menu at the top of the page! www.alwaysmore.com
Sign up for my devotional >>here<<
Where can I get your Navigator’s Council Book?
Jeremy and I run a marriage ministry over at Beating50percent.com. We created this marriage journal/devotional book as a way to help couples connect, communicate, grow in love, and give MORE to their marriage. You can read more about by clicking >>here<<
How did you start your blog?
First, you need hosting. I use Bluehost for hosting which I HIGHLY recommend. I can’t tell you how many hours I’ve spent on the phone with a
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Second, you need WordPress account. Once you’ve got that set up you’ll need to switch to WordPress.org in order to get the most out of your blog and customize content! Click here to for instructions on how to do that >> WordPress.org<<
What color lipstick and kind of makeup do you wear?
I have been trying to switch most of my makeup products to non-toxic brands like the Savvy Minerals line through Young Living (if you are interested in learning more about this line click >>here<<) but here are a few of my favorite conventional products that I just can’t give up;)
Do you dye or perm your hair?
NO! Never have never will. Redheads always stay true, and these curls have always been unruly:)
How do you do your hair?
Watch my favorite hair tutorial below!
Got any running tips?
Where do you live?
My husband Jeremy and I are both originally from the countryside of Portland, Oregon. But we spent the first year of our marriage in Los Angeles, CA, then moved back to the great PNW and lived in Bend, Oregon for two years, and recently moved back to Portland where we bought our first home close to family.
Got a question about our wedding?
All wedding related questions can be answered >>here<<
How can I contact you to for collaborations?
You can click here or e-mail email@example.com
Do you make money on your blog?
This blog has and is slowly turning into my full-time job. I generate income through my clothing line, devotional, affiliate links, advertising, sponsored posts, and brand collaborations. However, I do NOT partner with any company or product that I do not truly believe in, and ALL opinions and suggestions are 100% my own.
Who takes your photos?
Will you and Jeremy ever move back to the farm and raise a family there?
That’s the dream, craving, and desire.
Read my story >>here<<
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