coffee date no. 18

Friends… here we are! A new year, a new coffee date. Wow. The fact that we’re already two weeks into 2017 seriously makes my head spin. Please tell me I’m not the only one! #slowdowneverything

For those of you who are new around here, “Coffee Date” posts are where I recap the latest happenings on Insta, followed by the latest happenings in my life! It’s a fun time to get real with y’all and catch up over what’s been really going on. So simply scroll below for all the details on my latest Instagrams, and then head to the end of this post for a life recap!

PULLOVER   lauren james fuzzy pullover   |   JEANS   jbrand maria jeans   |   BOOTS   red hunter boots   |   SHIRT   plaid button down

SHOES  suede wedges

TANK   soul cycle tank (sold out, similar linked)   |   LEGGINGS   color block leggings

VEST   faux shearling vest c/o  |   TOP   maroon long sleeve blouse c/o  |   JEANS   jbrand maria jeans c/o   |   BOOTS   sam edelman tall boots   |   NECKLACE   gold drop necklace c/o (sold out)

TOP   outdoor voices crop top   |   LEGGINGS   outdoor voices ankle leggings   |   SHOES   nike tennis shoes

SCARF   color block blanket scarf   |   TOP   grey waffle knit top   |   JEANS   distressed skinny jeans   |   BAG   monogrammed barrington st. anne tote   |   SHOES   white adidas sneakers   |   HAT   tan felt hat

SHOES   tan tassel booties

WRAP   large checked blanket scarf   |   JEANS   jbrand maria jeans   |   SHOES   tan tassel booties   |   BELT   tory burch reversible belt   |   TOP   white long sleeve tee

SWEATER  green bell sleeve sweater   |   SCARF   tan red plaid blanket scarf   |   JEANS   jbrand maria jeans   |   SHOES   cowboy boots   |   EARRINGS   gold hoop earrings

SWEATSHIRT   pink draw string sweatshirt   |   LEGGINGS   zella live in leggings   |   SHOES   white addidas sneakers   |   BAG   rebecca minkoff black crosssbody

TOP   grey waffle knit top   |   SCARF   color block blanket scarf   |   JEANS   distressed skinny jeans   |   SHOES   tan booties   |   NECKLACE    starfish project necklace   |   BAG   kate spade crossbody

SWEATSHIRT   pink draw string sweatshirt   |   LEGGINGS   zella live in leggings   |   SHOES   white addidas sneakers   |   BAG   rebecca minkoff black crosssbody

TOP   white peplum sweatshirt   |   JEANS   jbrand maria jeans   |   BOOTS   red hunter boots   |   LIP COLOR   heat wave

TOP   beige cozy long sleeve tee   |   SCARF   brown color block scarf   |   BEANIE   pom pom beanie   |   JEANS   jbrand maria jeans   |   BOOTS   suede over the knee boots

COAT   black puffer down coat (now 50% off)  |   SCARF   burberry ombre scarf   |   LEGGINGS   lululemon wunder under leggings   |   BOOTS   pink hunter boots (old color, similar linked)   |  HAT   black felt baseball cap (just $10)   |   BAG   monogrammed barrington st. anne tote

COAT   pink kate spade coat (on sale!)   |   SCARF   large beige blanket scarf   |   SHIRT   white long sleeve tee   |   JEANS   black skinny jeans   |   SHOES   sam edelman tall boots   |   BAG   tory burch crossbody

SWEATER   off the shoulder blush sweater

COAT   beige wrap coat (comes in 5 colors!)   |   SCARF   ombre burberry scarf   |   JEANS   black skinny jeans   |   SHOES   jeffrey campbell booties   |   BAG   red tassel crossbody   |   EARRINGS   pearl studs   |   LIP COLOR   “it’s cherry” lip liner

TOP   beige cozy long sleeve tee   |   SCARF   brown color block scarf   |   BEANIE   pom pom beanie   |   JEANS   jbrand maria jeans

SHOES   leopard flats

SHOES   leopard flats   |   SHIRT   white turtle neck   |   SKIRT   white denim skirt   |   BAG   chanel crossbody   |   LIP COLOR   pigalle   |   EARRINGS   gold hoop earrings   |   SCARF   color block scarf

PULLOVER   plaid vineyard vines shep shirt c/0   |   HAT   red vineyard vines baseball cap c/o   |   JEANS   white skinny jeans

SHOES   steve madden velvet platform heels (come in 3 colors!)   |   EARRINGS   black tassel earrings   |   RING   black statement ring (not online yet, similar linked)

TOP   soulcycle uptown tank (available at the Dallas Uptown location)   |   LEGGINGS   lululemon wunder under leggings   |   SPORTS BRA   forever21 halter sports bra  (old, similar linked)   |   SHOES   adidas superstar sneakers

TOP   red lace off the shoulder top   |   JEANS   black j.crew skinny jeans   |   SHOES   velvet platform heels

TOP   pink turtleneck   |   JEANS   white toothpick jeans   |   SHOES   ugg slippers   |   PLANNER   lara casey powersheets   |   MUG   monogrammed mug

CARDIGAN   ella moss fringe cardigan c/o   |   TOP   splendid white tee c/o   |   JEANS   black j.crew skinny jeans   |   BELT   tory burch reversible belt   |   SHOES   leopard loafers   |   EARRINGS   pearl studs

COAT   pink cupcakes & cashmere coat   |   TOP   white mock turtleneck   |   SCARF   grey white and pink scarf   |   JEANS   white toothpick jeans   |   BOOTS   suede slouch boots   |   BAG   tory burch convertible crossbody

TOP   off the shoulder pink sweater   |   JEANS   white skinny jeans   |   SHOES   marc fisher suede wedges   |   EARRINGS   gold hoop earrings   |   LIP COLOR   pink nouveau

SCARF   pink oversized scarf   |   SWEATER   pink turtleneck   |   SUNNIES   black classic rayban aviators   |   BAG   radley tassel satchel c/o   |   SHOES   leopard loafers

SLEEP MASK  bow sleep mask (pink sold out, available in black)  |   SWEATER   oversized sleeves sweater (available in 14 colors)

TICKETS   available here

TOP   pink workout tank   |   LEGGINGS   teal patterned leggings   |   JACKET   pink and blue swing jacket   |   SHOES   adidas superstar sneakers

TOP   ruffle sleeve blouse   |   JEANS   j.crew toothpick jeans   |   BOOTS   suede slouch boots   |   BELT   j.crew leather belt   |   BAG   st. anne monogrammed tote c/o   |   SUNNIES   black classic rayban aviators   |   EARRINGS   lisi lerch earrings

the coffee date

Today’s coffee date is a slightly different one, as I’m using it to reflect on this past year of 2016 as a whole with y’all. And I’m going to go ahead and let you know that this is definitely one of my more personal (and lengthy) posts. We’re digging in a little deeper than the “highlight list” I put together last week! But my hope is that you walk away from todays catch up knowing more about me than you did before, and that if you’re wrestling with the unknown, you’re not the only one!

Looking back at 2016, I’m thankful for the fun year it was. Moving into my own apartment, forming new relationships, traveling more than I thought I’d get the chance to, getting plugged into a church community… all fun things that I’m so grateful for. But as I sit here and think about the overlying themes of the year, there’s one very honest word that really characterizes my 2016… “Martha.” I walked through the year as a Martha.

I sound like I’ve lost it right?

Let’s back it up a little. Back to senior year of college. (#hookem) Before graduation, I remember older girls advising me that the first few months out of school is a huge transition. I heard a lot of this sort of thing.. “Don’t worry, it’s hard but everyone’s in the same boat trying to figure it out!”

Ok! I’d smile and nod and think to myself, “First few months out is a hard transition. Check. I can handle a little transition”

And they were right! The first few months out of college was definitely a transition. But see, I was prepared! The “next step” was laid out for me and its name was “transition.” Everyone I knew would be walking through this transition too. We were “all be in the same boat,” right?

It turns out what I wasn’t prepared for was the following year, when things stopped being a transition and started to just be real life. Because when things settled out of transition into real life, I realized that for the first time, no one I knew was on the same page anymore.

Think about it this way. In school, there’s always the “next grade,” and you and everyone your age are moving on to that “next” at exactly the same time.

Nowadays, however, that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Some friends have decided to stay in school, while others have moved across the world to pursue dreams. Some are still living at home, and others are getting engaged, walking down the aisle and starting families. No one is in the same boat anymore.

And I didn’t realize that was something that bothered me until I began reflecting on 2016, and noticed that I spent so much of the year feeling really unsettled. In fact, if you look back through my coffee dates in 2016, you’ll find a lot of this…

“I didn’t really feel like I got into a routine this month, but now that things are hopefully slowing down I can’t wait to get into a schedule again!”

Do you know what I’m now realizing about those phrases? They were all code for “Everything is up in the air right now and I don’t like it. What I want is for everything in my life to be settled and sure.”

No questions, no doubts, everything perfectly in its place. No more “Am I doing this life thing right?” moments and certainly no more meltdowns. I want to know the next ten steps of my life, along with corresponding dates and times and a detailed description for each thankyaverymuch.

I’m going to be honest with y’all. This past year I was subconsciously a slave to the idea that now that I’ve transitioned out of college, I need to have life figured out. I should have life figured out. I deserve to have life figured out.

And my guess is I’m not the only one. Maybe you’re in a place of the unknown… you don’t know what next year holds or if the city you live in now will be where you’ll want to live forever or if whoever you’re dating is “the one” or if your job is something you can happily commit the next few years to.

The list just seems to go on, doesn’t it?

Worry. Distraction. A total and complete Martha.

Take a second to read this story with me, pulled right out of Luke 10:38-42.

38 Now as they went on their way, Jesus entered a village. And a woman named Martha welcomed him into her house. 39 And she had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord’s feet and listened to his teaching. 40 But Martha was distracted with much serving. And she went up to him and said, “Lord, do you not care that my sister has left me to serve alone? Tell her then to help me.” 41 But the Lord answered her, “Martha, Martha, you are anxious and troubled about many things,42 but one thing is necessary. Mary has chosen the good portion, which will not be taken away from her.”

Freeze. Look at Martha. Worry, distraction… is she starting to sound like someone you just read about? (Cough cough… me…) Mary decides to just sit and hang out with Jesus. She forgets the to-do list, the planning, the distractions. She focuses on what’s important. Martha? Different story. She’s so caught up with the things right in front of her that she misses the huge opportunity to just be still and be with the Lord.

Friends, I spent so much of 2016 as Martha. Worried and anxious and troubled about many things, when only one thing is important… my relationship with the One who holds my whole world in His hands. Every worry and every uncertainty I have all settle into peace when I realize He already has my life figured out, so I don’t have to. Instead, I get to rest in Him, trust Him.

So this year, this fresh, bright, shiny 2017, I’m taking a deep breath and I’m deciding to sit at the feet of Jesus. I’m choosing to combat the anxiety and trouble about silly things I don’t have figured out, and instead, grab ahold of rest, joy and thankfulness over right where the Lord has placed me. Right in the midst of the unknowns and questions this stage of life brings.

Hear me say this… “sitting at the feet of Jesus” can sound like a shallow, gimmicky phrase when you’re in the trenches grappling with what the future has in store. But take it from a girl who exhausted herself in the last 365 days trying to run around and figure it all out. There’s a lot more rest in sitting than in scurrying around. And there’s untold fulfillment in that sitting when it’s at the feet of the creator of the universe, who loves you more than you will ever know!

While I’m not lucky enough to know your story personally, I’d venture to guess there are areas in your life that are big question marks. Things you’re not sure of that seem to suck you into worry and distraction. As a girl who’s right there with you, here is my reminder to both of use to breathe.

Because something tells me a time is soon coming when we will not only have a routine, we will have a pretty set picture of what our life will look like for years to come. My challenge for us today is that we resolve together to count these years of the “unknown” as a blessing. To savor these moments and this time for the freedom and flexibility they actually bring!

Goodness, friends. I’ve spent the last two weeks in that mindset, and I can’t tell you how drastically different it looks from last year! So, here’s to 2017. A year of sitting in gratitude and rest in the midst of all the unknowns, and a year of looking a little less like Martha and a little more like Mary!

Love from Texas,

Kate

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40 Comments

  1. Elle said:

    Such a beautiful post and reflection! You are going to have any amazing 2017 and thanks for taking us along with you.
    xo elle // https://splashofpreppy.com

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  2. Ashleigh Holden said:

    Girl. GIRL. Truth and conviction pours from this post. Thank you for your honesty and vulnerability. It’s refreshing. I graduated from undergrad in May 2013 and now work full-time while in grad school full-time. I look at my friends who are, like you mentioned, getting married, starting families, and the world tells me I’m behind because I am NO WHERE CLOSE TO BEING THERE. And this is where jealousy sets in. I do not want to be jealous of dear friends on their new seasons of life. I want to celebrate these joys alongside them. But it’s hard. I’ve always been a “one step ahead” kind of person. And now feel behind. But the Lord says wait, so I wait. Some days patience comes rather easily, others painstakingly difficult. I came across this quote the other day and it resonated with me. “When God is in it, it flows. When the flesh is in it, it is forced. If He is in it, it is remarkable how approval will be granted, how a growing interest will percolate, and how the timing will fall right into place. It will come together almost in spite of you.” -Charles Swindell

    So I wait for God and resist the flesh. I pray thy will be done and beg for patience.

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  3. Molly said:

    Love this, Kate! I knew exactly what you meant when you aid you’ve been being a Martha because I feel that all too often. Can’t wait to see what 2017 holds!

    http://www.mollyonthemoveblog.com

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  4. Caroline Jones said:

    YES!!! I needed this. Although I am a couple years from graduation, I find I am struggling with the same issues. I love your quote, “A year of sitting in gratitude and rest in the midst of all the unknowns”. I’ll join you in celebrating the unknowns!

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  5. Haylee H said:

    Kate-
    Thank you for being so vulnerable! Talking about Mary and Martha really got me to thinking about how anxious I have been this past year and not just resting in Jesus and His presence!!! Thank you, keep doing what you do! I love reading your blog; it’s so fun to see someone my age rocking the blog world!!

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  6. Meaghan said:

    Thank you for your words Kate! I love your post because it’s so very very true and I love your view toward gratitude for wherever you are – something I’m definitely adopting ;)

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  7. Ryanne said:

    Well said Kate! I am an almost 30 year old mother of two and I am still searching for a routine and am well aware that the Mary in me needs to take over more often! This year I am also trying to trust in the Lord and have faith that he will guide me through the year according to his timing and plan! Happy New Year and best wishes!

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  8. India said:

    Wow, this post really resonated with me! As someone who has know idea if they’ll want to stay in the city they’ve moved to for the next year, I’m really trying to be a Mary about the situation, not a Martha. Thank you so much for this! <3

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  9. Emma said:

    Kate, I love this!!! I am such a Martha, honestly much more than I’m willing to admit. Thank you for this post. You are amazing!

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  10. Peyton said:

    This post was so real and heartfelt. Thank you for sharing. I love being able to be inspired not only by your outfits but by your faith as well. I’ve been following for awhile and I just wanted to let you know what fun it is to get to read blog posts like these. Best wishes heading into this new year!

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  11. Morgan said:

    I couldn’t relate more to that passage and SO appreciate you sharing this today! #beaMary #notaMartha

    -Morgan
    How 2 Wear It [] http://how2wearit.com

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  12. Sarah said:

    I can 100% relate. What you said about Martha and Mary really brought it home for me. I think I spent all of 2016 being “distracted.” Thank you for writing this post!

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  13. kelsey said:

    Figuring out what I am going to do with my life has always been so scary to me. I’m in my junior year of college and the weight of grad school is being held on my shoulders, along with internships, and getting good grades. I find myself asking myself questions like “what if I don’t get into grad school?” and “Do I even want to continue my schooling?” Transitions are always scary for me at least.
    Kelsey | petiteinherpearls.blogspot.com

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  14. Sophie said:

    I love the suede wedges.

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  15. Lauren said:

    Amazing, I really needed this today! Following your blog for months now, it really looks like you have it all together. Glad to know everyone has those moments of being stressed about the unknown. To the year of being Mary’s! God bless xoxo

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  16. Kelly said:

    Wow. Thank you. Thank you so much for sharing this very important time of your life with us. Your whole post truly resonated with me. I’ve been feeling this exact same way with graduation, and this is going to allow me to take the step I need to ease my mind about the “unknown” and follow His plan.

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  17. Ashley said:

    I needed this! I have been a Martha my whole life and I am thinking it is time to adopt the Mary mindset!

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  18. Alyssa said:

    Kate,

    Thank you so much for saying exactly how what I have been struggling with the past several months — What is the next step? The RIGHT step?

    So much peace to be found in just taking things day by day, something I am still working on.

    Blessings to you in 2017! :) <3

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  19. Jessica said:

    As I reflected on my 2016 in my blog post, I shared the story of Martha, too! It seems there’s a lot of us out there ;) Thank you for sharing your faith!

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  20. Robin said:

    Wow! I have never commented on a blog post before. God led me to read this and to comment. Everything you have said in your post is exactly what I’m struggling with in my life right now. In a different way of course. I’m going through many uncertainties and I have really struggled today. I’m glad you are no longer being a “Martha.” I need to stop being one myself. You were a major blessing to me today! You are wise beyond your years. XOXO

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  21. Elizabeth said:

    Such a sweet post. Thank you for sharing. I’m a number more years post college graduation than you are, but around the same age, this was a very good lesson I learned. You’ll rarely have things figured out but the beauty is when you can embrace the uncertainty.

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  22. Olivia said:

    Kate thank you so much for this post. Having just graduated in December I can completely relate to everything you have just said; especially living in Dallas where life can be so crazy and hectic and you just want it all figured out! IIt is so refreshing to know that I am no alone and to hear your advice on how to be Mary and let all the answers come in time. This has helped me so much and thank you for continuing to inspire and connect with people!

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  23. Diana J said:

    I can identify completely with your post and a lot of the comments. I’ve always been the girl who knows what’s next in her life and now, with college coming to an end, I’ve found myself lost. I like a lot this quote from Gregory A. Schwitzer. It gives me hope and soothes my soul.

    “Many Sunday lessons have been taught using this story which have cast Martha in a lesser position in terms of her faith. Yet there is another story of this great woman, Martha, which gives us a deeper view of her understanding and testimony. It happened when the Savior arrived to raise her brother, Lazarus, from the dead. On this occasion it was Martha whom we find going to Jesus “as soon as she heard” He was coming. As she meets Him, she says that she knows that “whatsoever [He would] ask of God, God [would] give [Him].”

    Christ then shared with Martha the great doctrine of the resurrection, saying:

    “I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live:

    “And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this?”

    She responded with her powerful testimony: “Yea, Lord: I believe that thou art the Christ, the Son of God, which should come into the world.”

    How often has Martha been misjudged as being a person who cared more for the deeds of doing than for the Spirit? However, her testimony in the trial of her brother’s death clearly shows the depth of her understanding and faith.

    Many a sister has often heard the first story and wondered if she were a Mary or a Martha, yet the truth lies in knowing the whole person and in using good judgment. By knowing more about Martha, we find she was actually a person of deep spiritual character who had a bold and daring testimony of the Savior’s mission and His divine power over life. A misjudgment of Martha may have caused us not to know the true nature of this wonderful woman.”

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  24. Sarah said:

    Kate, thank you for being so willing to open up and be honest about where you are personally! As a recent college grad we are in the same boat. I am a girl who likes a plan but I have recently been reminded that the uncomfortable seasons require trusting God with more than the daily “what should I eat for lunch?” kind of questions.
    Glad to know I’m not alone! Thanks again for being so open to share!

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  25. Ruth Anne said:

    Omygoodness. I so needed to hear that. Thank you for being so inspiring in your vulnerability! I hope you know how much your transparency is appreciated. Blessings and happy new years! Ps. I purchased a Lilly Pulitzer top because of your blog, and I LOVE it. ?

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  26. Andrea said:

    I’m a Martha?. Loved this post, needed to read this!!

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  27. Hannah said:

    Thank you for this post, Kate and speaking what God has put on your heart! This message is definitely what I needed to read. You are a blessing!

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  28. Ashley said:

    Kate, this was an absolutely perfect read for me today. It’s been 3 years since I graduated and I’ve been stuck in a rut for that long. I have so many friends who have graduated, gotten engaged/married, having children, moving across the country and world….and I’m just sitting here feeling like I’m not doing anything at all with my life. This really rang true for me and you’re so right that we all go down separate paths and it’s all so strange after being on the same path as so many for so long. You’re my absolute favorite blogger and I adore when you write pieces like this, I always resonate with your words. Thank you for this ❤️

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  29. Christina said:

    This was such a thoughtful reflection/post! Thank you so much for sharing and for reminding me to be grateful for where I am right now! I’ve always found unknowns challenging so what you said really resonated with me.

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  30. Elizabeth Weinerth said:

    Kate, I don’t have a lot to say because I’m not sure what to. But, thank you. I am leaving humbled, convicted, and encouraged. Prayers for your question marks right now as we each struggle through our own. I wish this comment could capture the speechless-ness/gratitude for the words you spoke. Thank you. Xoxox

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  31. McKenzie said:

    Your style is so adorable and fun! It’s quite refreshing! And I can totally relate to you when you want to be settled and have a bit of control. I’m at the point in my life where I’m asking myself, “what now?” I’m just waiting for something to happen, not sure what yet, I guess I’ll give it to God and see where He takes me. Thank you for this post, I really needed it. xo

    McKenzie | maybemckenzie.com

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  32. Margaret said:

    Kate-you perfectly captured the post grad, young to mid 20s feeling in this post. I have said the exact same thing about no longer starting a new grade with my peers and how it makes you feel unbalanced. I recently started a book, 20 Something, 20 Everything, and although I am only a few pages in, the author really helps us young women realize that this unsettled path we are on is normal and how to embrace it! xox

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  33. Sloane said:

    Thank you for such an open and honest coffee date! I read this over my morning coffee at my first big girl job and WOW! I couldn’t agree more. I am approaching one year as a post-grad this May. There’s no way to prepare for the transition to the real world, and as an ultra-planner, it gives me so much anxiety knowing that nothing is laid out anymore. God’s plans are much greater than ours. I am SO relieved to hear I’m not the only one. I hope you will share more of your post-grad journey with us! I’d love more posts about adult life.

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  34. Sadie said:

    Love this! My favorite post by you so far.

    I can definitely remember all the transitions the first year (or two) out of college. From moving to a completely new place where I knew NO ONE, to starting a career and breaking off a long-term relationship… It was a crazy time.
    Focusing on the now and living… that’s where we need to be.

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  35. Kyla said:

    Your honesty about this is such an encouragement, Kate! Especially because you pointed right to the Lord. Such a refreshment! :)

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  36. This post was everything! Wow, such strong and encouraging words. Definitely my mantra this year to be more of Mary and less of Martha. thank you for sharing this and bringing us into a vulnerable place that we all have been in at point or another. xo

    Shelby
    The Memphis Jewel

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  37. Kate,

    Thank you from the bottom of my heart for posting this. I know that I was supposed to read this tonight. I feel like God wanted me to see this. This spoke directly to my heart. You have blessed me and this was so important for me to realize at the start of 2017. Long story short, I am a senior in college and I have so much uncertainty ahead of me. What a wonderful reminder to trust in our savior and sit at his feet. I will strive to be more like Mary in this new year. I wish you nothing but the best of everything in the new year to come.

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  38. Nancy said:

    Your style is absolutely adorable!! By the way, I love the way you write. :)

    http://www.simplynancyblog.com

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  39. Katie said:

    Love your coffee date posts! Your Instagrams are so pretty and I love the message of being more like Mary and less like Martha, so important especially with so many unknowns in life!

    xoxo,
    Katie
    chicincarolina.blogspot.com

    Published 1.21.17 · Reply