Let’s be friends!

Seriously, I spend the whole day pouring my heart and soul out to you through my computer…I would love an excuse to take a break to get to know you better.

I always do my best to respond to tweets, e-mails, and Facebook correspondence.  So, if you don’t hear back from me in 48 hours, please don’t hesitate to try again.

I am always open to considering freelance writing opportunities and speaking engagements.  I also love it when readers send me questions and share ideas for future articles.

Drop me an e-mail (with a clearly stated subject line) at:


You can also connect with me on social media.  I spend most of my time on Twitter and Facebook, but I also LOVE Instagram and Pinterest.  See you there!

4 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Hi Sarah!

    I just found you through the R&R linkup and after reading your blog, I wanted to reach out to you to see if you’d be interested in being a part of a new blog series I am going to start on chronic pain. I also struggle with fibromyalgia so I totally understand everything that you are going through! (HUGS)

    Would you be interested in being featured in a Q+A blog post series about faith + pain?

    SO happy to connect with you and looking forward to getting to know you better. 🙂

    In Christ,


    1. Lauren, I noticed you had a chronic pain list on your twitter, and was going to stop by your blog and see if I could learn more about your own health issues. I absolutely love being a voice of encouragement to other Fibromyalgia sufferers, and would gladly participate in a Q&A blog post. You can read more about my personal journey at my “Living with Fibromyalgia” post at Grounded & Surrounded (my Health & Wellness blog). Feel free to send me an e-mail at the address listed above.

  2. Hi Sarah! I just wanted to say that I’m very impressed with your blog site…very professional look. I also like the way your site is so substantive and beneficial in it’s content. Good stuff. I believe that walking the walk is what it’s all about.

    I, too, am trying to get a site off the ground, although it is more generic is its spiritual presentation. That’s because its ultimate purpose, I’m starting to think, will be more for delivery of insightful 12 step addiction recovery related content [which is a spiritual but non-religious program, YET primarily based on Jesus’s teachings from the Sermon on the Mount]. It’s a slow and fragile process in appealing to and connecting to an audience straight off the street that spirituality [and ultimately God] is the answer to their problem. It’s a tough sell to a tough crowd, so it’ll be a little more gritty than your site. It’ll be an interesting project if I call pull time from my other commitments.

    Well good luck and let me know what you think as my site evolves!

    1. Hi, Mike! Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog and for your kind words. Wishing you all the best in your blogging adventures! It sounds like you are well on your way to developing the foundation of your platform and vision.

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