Recipe derived from the wonderful and amazing Giada, found here Things to make it delicious: 1½ cups cake flour (I used regular flour) 2½ teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon kosher salt ¾ cup (1½ sticks) butter, room temperature, plus more to grease the baking […]
Author: Paige Clark
Sorry about the click-bait title. There truly is no code, recipe, step by step path to viral content being put on blast. But what I wanted to share here was a idea of turning something that you’re given into a social media push. With the […]
I truly wish social media algorithms weren’t a thing. Can I just start by saying that? (ugh.) Before Instagram/Facebook decided to radically change their internal algorithm to “provide you with a more customized experience” garbage, there once was a day where content flowed in freely […]
“Don’t use social media to impress people; use it to impact people.”- Dave Willis Social media gets a bad rap. I get why. In my day-to-day duties, I deal with complaints, stalker-like behavior, spamming, “tattling”, and people who are just having a bad day. People […]
The bold colors, the shiny exteriors and beautiful sights are only a reflection of the joyous spirits that are found within the people we came into contact with. The boldness and vitality of the surroundings were sub-par to the people that served in this beautiful ministry.
I hope you’re reading this….or at least you passed it on to someone who you know sponsors a child. The beautiful art form of letter writing is one that got lost to the digital age. However while the Rest of the world sped forward in […]
My life is pretty chaotic. How do I know? It’s not my schedule, although that is busy. And it’s not the length of my to do list. It was the status of my email accounts. Cluttered and filled with chaos and ugliness. I realized my […]
Can you hear that? No? Neither can I. The whispers of life outside my window tease me to what I can be missing out on. The clacks of flip flops on the pavement tell stories of running late for church and rushed walking to the coffee shop.
The silence is almost haunting, but yet so beautifully peaceful. The only clicks and clacks from my little apartment are the sounds of my coffee pot, turning on and reheating the freshly aromatic drink that greets my lips every morning.
I sit here in utter peace about life, not in a rush to get from A to B. Not distracted by the glaring messages on my phone or by the hum of a television (we actually don’t have one of those). But instead, I am immersed by the words of a fellow writer, filling up the pages with black ink and experiences. I drink sips of my coffee whilst balancing it on my knee trying not to spill as I highlight the words that speak to me most out of the book. I look at the clock with time to spare before I need to push the start button on my day.
When’s the last time you had a morning like this? (more…)
When traveling abroad I look at the beauty. I look at the ancient buildings. I look at the stories that echo off the walls of the ancient structures. Sitting watching people pass by I realized. It’s not the location. It’s not the buildings. It’s not […]