Thoughts on Things | The Beginning of 2015

We have been working on some home renovations the past few weeks, which means our house is not in a “home-y” state and doesn’t feel all that welcoming. I joke with Ian that my clothes are spread out between three different rooms so it takes me three times as long to get ready now ;). But, amidst all the craziness, I wanted to share my current random assortment of thoughts. Isaiah 43 and 26 have been my anchor lately. Ian and I have dealt with some pretty intense pain the past two months, and I honestly don’t know how I would get by if I didn’t have hope in who God is. Regardless of how difficult any situation is for me, He knows best and has His hand on my life. It’s easy for me to get caught up in comparison of where my life is in contrast with others, or why I am experiencing pain but they are receiving blessings. It’s also easy to feel sorry for myself. But I have to remember that we are graced for our particular race. God often has…

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Thoughts on Things | Hanx Writer, Sense & Bradley Castañeda

So my lists will probably consist more of cool gadgets, apps, productivity things I’m trying and so on. Enjoy! Hanx Writer App. I’m not a writer, nor do I claim to be, but a recent iPad app Tom Hanks released makes me want to be one… In my efforts of balancing a digital and analog life, I’m always trying to find ways to either completely remove technology from what I’m doing, or finding that happy medium. The Hanx Writer app fits those parameters for me. It’s basically just a typewriter app for your iPad, but what makes it different, other than Tom Hanks creating it, are the genuine sounds and interactions. It’s beautiful. I’ve started writing a book with it. Seriously. Sense by Hello. I backed this project last month and can’t wait to receive it later this year. I love finding things on Kickstarter to fund for many reasons. It’s great to be a part of something from the startup and usually cheaper to help fund something now than later when the price goes up. Bradley Castañeda. I follow a lot of…

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