About

I’m Melinda. I’m a former free-thinker, now a believer of God. Always a work-in-progress as we all are. So don’t believe those dang ads telling you that you’ve arrived. The only place you’ve arrived is in their showroom and their bank account.

About this blog

Sharing my reflections on learning to live life with God-based hope.

At the heart of it, I write about God—a lot. Knowing God and finding hope through Him: our Maker and Creator. And I make no apologies for it. After all, if you’ve tasted the finest steak (or tofu, if you are a vegan), you’d have no qualms sharing that excellent news with others, yes? Something so Good isn’t meant to be hidden.

This blog is meant to be inspirational—not of the cupcakes and everything nice kind, but being able to thrive in the face of storm kind. In some way, I hope this blog inspires you further to living an intentional life of no regrets.

Carpe Diem: Seize the Day!
Philippians 3:7-16

Why am I writing this blog?

For the sheer joy of letting my thoughts flow, my fingers dancing on the keyboard, and making music with words. It’s a creative outlet.
To share my reflections on learning to live life—God’s way.
To encourage you and me to live life “carpe diem-ly”.
And if my writing resonates with you, then let’s dance. Or something like that.

Learn more about my version of carpe diem here.

How often do I post?

I typically post something new on Sundays, and maybe one more in the week.

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Some of my favourite articles:

What will we leave behind when we die?
Empathy: the missing link between pain and hope
Missing my mum
How I went from totally disinterested to totally in love with God
How the media is poisoning your marriage
The side effects of divorce
-Does being good parents result in good kids?
Thoughts from my husband’s cancer diagnosis

Or this for my latest posts.

Feel free to leave a comment. Happy reading and be encouraged.

Wanna know a lil’ more about me? You can read it here.