Hi I’m Julie!
Thank you for stopping by this blog! It is my goal to help you on your blogging journey. How can I help you, specifically? Please, let me know!
I live in Massachusetts and, with over a decade of civil service, am an expert in how government policies affect different segments of the population. Each day I see the difference that faith makes in people’s lives – a difference that can surmount any obstacle and overcome any problem. The examples are numerous and moving and have motivated me to share along the way of my own faith journey.
I am a graduate of Yale University with a BA degree in Sociology (Organizational Behavior). I obtained an MBA in Finance, focusing on organizational behavior and the financial implications of policies and procedures. I grew up in New Hampshire in a Baptist Church, attended Pentecostal Churches after college and now have found my a place where I can grow spiritually in the Anglican church.
I am a survivor of domestic abuse and authored an anthology of poetry addressing the themes of Domestic Violence and re-starting life called, “Discord, Disillusionment and Determination.” I’ve written an op-ed piece on Domestic Violence that was published in the Beverly Citizen in Beverly, MA. My other writing includes a Valentine’s Day printable devotional that was included in the 2014 Valentine’s Bouquet by The Old SchoolHouse: The Family Education Magazine.
I live with my two daughters and two dogs in Massachusetts. My daughters challenge and teach me and I am so blessed to be their mom! OK, the dogs challenge me too!
Blogging is a labor of love for me and I do so at ChristianMommyBlogger.com and MountMom.com. I’m also a contributor at OneRollataTime.com, a blog that shares people’s weight loss journeys. On MountMom.com I share my faith journey and provide inspiration to others. On ChristianMommyBlogger.com, I share tips for other bloggers to help improve their blogs so that they can expand their reach. Inspiration can come while climbing a mountain!
Enough about me! Drop me a note, I’d love to hear from you!
Blessings on you and yours!