Monthly Archives: November 2017

6 Things I Learned from Wearing the Same Clothes All Month

I’m currently going through Jen Hatmaker’s book/social experiment 7 with a friend (definitely check it out if you haven’t yet) and this month’s challenge has been particularly convicting for me. The premise is simple: choose seven items of clothing to wear for the month. See what it’s like to live with less. I decided to modify…

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  • Maygan - You are speaking to my soul! I am in awe of you Chelsea… thank you for putting things into perspective. Feeling motivated and inspired to do and be better. ReplyCancel

To the Weary and Heavy Laden

On Sunday, the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas held its first church service since a gunman entered the sanctuary and opened fire on the congregation. Its first service since 25 people, including the pastor’s daughter, were ruthlessly murdered within the walls of a place of worship. Where gunfire rained down on innocent people…

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To the Woman Who’s Not Okay

I’m not sure when it became expected that women have it all together at all times. Maybe it was back in the 50s when characters like June Cleaver portrayed the ideal woman as a heel-wearing, meal-cooking, house-cleaning, child-rearing Stepford queen. Or maybe it goes back further than that. Perhaps someone told Martha her house wasn’t…

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  • Carris - I needed this today! What spoke to me was the feeling of hiding my age – I was fortunate to start my career at a ‘young’ age and there are days I feel in order to be taken seriously I have to mature myself and try to hide details I’m years younger than my colleagues. Thank you for pointing out the obvious us women need to focus on! ReplyCancel

    • chelseasherman - I’m so happy to hear that! The age thing is definitely a weak area for me, as a mom and in business. This verse is my jam: “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.” – 1 Timonthy 4:12ReplyCancel