Is it possible to like scavenger hunts and secrets a little too much? Seriously? I have not been able to stop thinking about our last scavenger hunt on Thursday, so I put together a few of the pictures you sent over and a couple of thoughts, too. Let me know what you think. 💗
2020 came through wrecking relationships, and if we're honest, some of 'em needed to be wrecked. Cancel culture reigned and, since then, it's become a way of life for a lot of people. Think about how quickly you cut people off and how much you brag about it afterward. I used to be the same way...until I realized that true friendship is worth fighting for.
We all love the idea of #squadgoals but it’s more than just a little cute caption for a bomb photo. It’s something we should feel good about when we think about our friends and how we feel when we finish hanging out with them.
Some of our friends cause us to shrink back and dim our light because they tear away at our confidence. It's time to reflect on what friendship really means, and what steps you can take to discern whether a friendship is tearing away at your confidence or you are just a little insecure in a special area.
Are secrets really the best thing about our friendships? That's what the world would make us think...but I'm not so sure. It's true, we want our friendships to be trustworthy. We want to know that when we tell our friends something confidential, they'll keep it to themselves. We want to enjoy the secret handshakes, secret jokes, and secret memories. But what happens when the friendship is a secret? Let's talk about it...