Seeking Joy

For the last five years, this blog has been my sounding board as I traverse through the ups and downs of life. I’m not going anywhere. However, today, I begin a new, parallel journey.

After years of solo traveling, I am honored and privileged to join fellow writers in considering ‘what matters most’ in sharing our perspectives on living wholeheartedly. If you haven’t yet, please head over to The Heart of the Matter to check out what we’re working on.

This morning I shared my first post on the topic of joy-seeking, especially in times of darkness. I hope you’ll stop by!

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  1. Love your post on The Heart of the Matter. It is very powerful, and helps offer hope to those currently stuggling! *smiling!*

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    1. Thank you so much, Tamara! I’m struggling a bit to find my footing in this liminal space between illness and health, and talking about my experience seems to be an effective bridge to help transport me from Point A to Point B. Sharing has been powerful for ME, but I truly hope that someone who needs to see it does. 🥰

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      1. I believe it helps! I’ve heard back from people who have learned and been encouraged by my experiences, so I’m certain that people are encouraged by yours. Like you, writing is my way of processing what’s going on within my heart and head!

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  2. Love your post Erin, such an important topic holding tight to our joy when our balance starts to waiver and life starts to throw its biggest challenges at us. I love how you’ve framed the challenge and you’ve given me much to think about. Thanks so much for sharing Erin!

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