Hello and welcome! I’m Hilary, and this blog is where I share my life, and what is on my mind. It’s as much of an outlet for me as it is a place for others to come, read, and hopefully think “me too!”. I am glad you stopped by, and I hope that something you read here will make you feel like you aren’t the only one.
I have taken on many roles throughout my life, but I am currently living out some of the most fulfilling and challenging ones I have ever experienced: that of a wife, a mother to one beautiful girl and another on the way, a small business owner, and a creative trying to find my voice and the courage to pour my heart out through my words.
I am originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, born and raised. I earned my B.A. in Music Business from Anderson University, and a M.A. in Practical Theology from Regent University in 2012. I married a dreamy piano man at age 21, and never looked back. We have lived in Anderson, Indiana, Orlando, Florida, and now Nashville since 2005. We call Nashville home, and never ever want to leave- we only wish there was an ocean nearby. \
In December 2011, we were blessed with a beautiful daughter named Evangeline Quinn. She has rocked our world in the most wonderful ways possible. We just welcomed another precious girl into our family, Tessa Rose, and we couldn’t be more happy to have a house full of two sweet little ladies! As a small business owner, my amazing team and I help organizations improve their online presence through quality content and community building through Savvee.
My personal interests, and much of what you will probably read here, involve being a mom (and all that entails- pregnancy, birth and beyond), womanhood, entrepreneurship, business, creativity, spirituality and theology, natural wellness, clean eating, simple living, organization, good books, social action, and simple reflections on life. You will find a mix of practical tips, as well as deeper and more philosophical musings.
My top five strengths are: Futuristic, Woo, Input, Activator, and Communication. I am an ENFJ, and a high “ID” on the DISC assessment.
Thanks again for stopping by!