All posts by Tayler Morrell

Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.

Discover April 2017 Goals

Discover is the word of the year! What goals will help you discover yourself and your what's around you this month?

March seemed to just blow on by. It is ridiculous how fast time is flying now that I have two children! Holy crap! It is officially Spring here in Texas…we’ve had 70-80* weather for almost a month now, with quite a few thunderstorms, a handful of tornado watches/warnings, and lots of shorts-wearing. I just hope April isn’t that much hotter than March!!

Discover is the word of the year! What goals will help you discover yourself and your what's around you this month of April? Continue Reading

Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.

The Guys Behind the Blog | Would You Rather Edition

I love it when Justin takes over the blog–I love reading his answers to the different questions…sometimes they are serious and philosophical, sometimes they are short and simple, sometimes they are sarcastic and full of GIFS. This time, it’s a bit more philosophical because the questions for this edition of The Guys Behind the Blog are “would you rather” questions!

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Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.

Reading Roundup | March 2017 (+Giveaway)

Reading Roundup monthly book review linkup. Book reviews on Oliver Twist, The High Calling of Motherhood, Stardust, and Graceling.

I read four — FOUR — books this month for Reading Roundup. Granted, I read the last 20-50 pages of three of them yesterday!!!! But still! One book was a Bendon Junior Classics abridged classic, one was a library book, one was a Christian book I got for a review, and one was a book club book.

Reading Roundup monthly book review linkup. Book reviews on Oliver Twist, The High Calling of Motherhood, Stardust, and Graceling. Continue Reading

Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.

Evelyn | Three Months

Evelyn is three months old!

Dear Evelyn Morgan,

Time has started to slow down. You are barely three months. Most of March, I kept thinking you were already 3, working on 4 months! But, I don’t mind so much that time has slowed down, especially since your first month flew by in a second.

This month has been really good–I’ve enjoyed spending time with you (and your brother) so much. Every time I see you, I smile. You are the sunshine in our family (Rhys is the energy).

Evelyn is three months old! Continue Reading

Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.

Stop It!

This topic of judging others could actually be taught in a two-word sermon. When it comes to hating, gossiping, ignoring, ridiculing, holding grudges, or wanting to cause harm, please apply the following: Stop it!

Last week, I went to Wal-Mart to exchange some workout shorts I had gotten in a wrong size (sigh…postpartum weight problems). I considered myself lucky because there was only one person in line at Customer Service. However, looking over at the actual registers, there was a long line wrapping around all the registers for the self-checkouts and the “20 items or less” lines. I was glad I didn’t have to deal with that.

As the man in front of me was being helped, an older white woman who had a slight European accent came up and asked the young employee to talk to whoever was in charge of the store. Immediately, I rolled my eyes inside my head–probably an irritated senior citizen going to complain about a product and wanted to talk to the higher-ups.(First way I was being judgemental)

While she waited, she turned to me and said, “Tell me, what do you think happened to our rights? Am I not to be treated well? I’m a citizen here and what happened to the rights of the citizen?” Continue Reading

Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.