Makeachangebeachange · POV · YOLO

Bring A Little Color Everywhere You Go

"Bring a little color everywhere you go." Doesn't that just sound fun? Well, I (unintentionally) did just that today. About a month ago my friend asked me if I wanted to try a cultural experience. I'm always up for trying new things so I eagerly agreed. My friend took me to a Mennonite German fundraiser.… Continue reading Bring A Little Color Everywhere You Go

Culture · YOLO

Express – Go!

Hump day! If you're having a bad week I have good news -- it's almost over! Soon enough it will be Shabbat. During the course of this school year I had to take personality tests to┬álearn what my love language is. When I reviewed my answers and added up the score, I realized that my… Continue reading Express – Go!

Makeachangebeachange · Mental Ilness · Messianics · POV · Shabbat · YOLO

Two Full Days, Four Powerful Lessons

Happy Saturday lamaleahblog readers, I hope you are all having a fantastic weekend. On Wednesday I went on a small road to visit my big sister and came back today. I learned several things while on this adventure and this week I'm going to share with you some of the things that I have learned.… Continue reading Two Full Days, Four Powerful Lessons

Culture · Girl Power · Makeachangebeachange · Messianics · POV · Shabbat · YOLO

Once Upon A Time

The world is obsessed with telling stories. In nearly every aspect of life stories are being told and heard. Television, books, art, social media, dance, plays, and performances. All of these elements of life are telling a story. We try to escape our own reality by living through someone else's even if they are fictional… Continue reading Once Upon A Time

Culture · Makeachangebeachange · Messianics · POV · Shabbat · YOLO

Be-YOU-tee-FULL

To a woman it is dangerous to read a magazine, especially, fashion magazines. Women of all ages are constantly bombarded with images of what the media says we are suppose to look like, especially teenagers. Teenagers are vulnerable and ultimately looking for acceptance. February was National Eating Disorder Awareness month. I apologize that I did… Continue reading Be-YOU-tee-FULL