What does it look like to not only survive singleness but to downright thrive in it? Enter Nikki Wright, a phenomenal woman with a gold mine of wisdom to offer on how she has found confidence, contentment, and an overall sense of enjoying her time as a single woman. Many of us know the challenges of being single, but few of us can say that we've mastered the ebb and flow with grace and joy. It's possible! Join us for the timeless truth and empowerment offered on today's podca
This month we are digging into singleness and how to maximize this challenging, beautiful, and potentially fruitful place in life. Listen for the lessons learned, challenges tackled, and tips for bossing out this adventurous season of life. #Women #Singleness #Singles #Identity #PersonalDevelopment
Sometimes being single is not our most favorite thing. I hope to encourage you, though, to see it for the opportunity that it is and help you grow in this season to become the best version of yourself possible! SaveSaveSave #Singleness #Jesus #Contentment #Discipline #TrainingGround #FruitoftheSpirit
People frequently refer to singleness as a gift. That’s a difficult notion to reckon with when you feel like everyone else got the present of a partner but you. Anyway, in light of the fact that seasons change, I’ve begun to see my singleness as something passing, fleeting even, that will not be here someday. Meaning I have got to soak up all the good things that I won’t have in marriage, a move, or a general season shift. When I was freshly graduated from college, I had a su
You know, sometimes I get really frustrated by being single. I find myself wanting to be somewhere else, further along in various aspects of my life, in a different life season and I get knotted up in frustration and impatience. I try not to use my blog as a vent space hence the long silence. But needless to say I’ve been there- on again off again, parked with the lights on, the whole nine. In the times of peace between outbreaks of war, I am better able to be sober of mind.
I graduated from college a little early, two years early to be exact. With that I was tossed into the world to participate as an adult among adults. What does that mean? It means I constantly feel like I’m infiltrating the secret world of grown ups. It means that women who taught me when I was in school are now my co-workers. It means they want me to defy all my years of home training and call them by their first names. It means that ‘children’ 2 years younger than I are made
The older I get, the more I am actually learning about myself. For instance, there are simply times when being single just happens to be a box I check, while there are other more uncomfortable times of singleness being a little tricky to handle. There are just times that are opportune. The holidays for example! Everyone is bundled up, in a family type of way. Then there’s you. No one to cuddle with. No one’s hand to hold. You’re all alone. Sound familiar? You have got to hear