Monica is an introverted recovering self-loather who is learning to appreciate who God created her to be. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, she moved to Atlanta after graduating from Washington State University (#GoCougs). She would have moved back to Washington State if she hadn’t met a Southern boy who swept her off her feet.

Monica, her husband and two (amazing) children live in Metro Atlanta. She enjoys coffee, reading, coffee, writing, coffee and spending quality time with her family while drinking coffee. She does not enjoy meal planning, cooking, or domestic activities but begrudgingly participates in them because LIFE.

Monica speaks when God makes her and writes very, very erratically lately. She’s been published in Today’s Christian Woman magazine and written at (in) Her most popular blog series include 31 Days of Being and Metamorphosis: Embracing a Life of Becoming (which is also the book she’s sorta/kinda/sometimes/always working on).

She is also the co-founder of Be Still Be Free, a mindset revolution that encourages women to stop finding their identity in the roles they fulfill, and instead discover who God created them to be.

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One thought on “MEET MONICA

  1. I’ve never read your “Aboot” until now. I’m not sure where you live, but if we lived in the same state – I’m quite positive you’re the kind of gal I’d love to grab a coffee/tea with. A lot! I’m with you on #10. Oh, yes I am! And I find myself quoting little exclamations of Beth Moore’s about ever other minute. Numbers 3, 4, and 8 – yes, yes, and yes! I truly enjoy your posts, Monica. Keep em’ comin’!

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