Author: juliana

writer.filmmaker.musician.

My Wedding Taught Me How to Accept Love

Normally, I do absolutely everything in my power in order not to bother people. I do NOT like inconveniencing others, and will avoid asking for help at pretty much all costs. But that philosophy doesn’t really work well when you’re getting married. When you’re about to throw a 200-person party that you’ve been planning for…
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October 10, 2018 0

9.9.18

September 9th, 2018 was the most amazing day of my entire life. It could not have been more perfect- I married my best friend in the whole world!!! I’ve been dreaming of my wedding day since I was a little girl, so there was a LOT of anticipation. Now that it’s happened, I want to…
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October 8, 2018 0

Building My Trust Muscle

  HELLO, I AM BACK!!!! I haven’t written a blog post in ~months~ and I figured I’d end my silence today. Not that everyone is waiting on bated breath for my blog posts, but still, I hate just dropping off the face of the earth like that. So here’s what happened me with me. I…
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June 27, 2018 0

Three LA Dinner Date Options- French Edition

    If you know Devon and me, you know that we take going out to eat very seriously. We LOVE trying new restaurants as a couple, probably a little too much. We even keep a list of all the restaurants we’ve tried out…it’s a bit excessive. But on a more serious note, I will forever…
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March 20, 2018 0
love, marriage, engagement advice, wedding planning, christian wedding planning, premarital counseling, marriage blogging, engagement blogging

Satan Already Hates My Marriage

   I’m barely engaged and Satan already hates my marriage. He hates that Devon and I have decided to join forces. He hates that we are going to make a powerful team, stronger together than we would be apart. He hates that we will see the worst in each other, but still love each other…
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March 12, 2018 0

Single & Stung

I definitely didn’t fit the mold of the typical girl at my college. You know how every college has a different flavor and culture? Well I didn’t really fit mine. I was too feisty, too loud, too unconventional, and too sassy. I think most of the guys at my school thought I was a freak!!…
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February 14, 2018 0

What I Wish I Knew When I Graduated College

I’ve finally figured it out. After months of uncertainty, confusion, and overall anxiety about what to do with myself post-grad, I have realized what’s actually going on here. I am nearly positive that all adults are getting together at some huge annual convention where they collectively (and secretly!!) decide to pretend they know what they’re…
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February 6, 2018 0

Being a People Pleaser Almost Cost Me My Virginity

I used to label myself as a people pleaser to justify the fact that I was just too scared to stand up for myself. Most situations were harmless, like lying to my waiter when he’d ask how I liked my food. I did that for my ENTIRE life up until the past few years, and…
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January 23, 2018 0
fitness progress each day adds to big results

3 Small Ways To Incorporate Movement Into Your Day

Some people are blessed with perpetual energy and a strong motivation to stay fit. Others, not so much. It seems like the majority of fitness advice is written for those incredibly active people who live in lululemons, have an IV of green juice attached to their arm, and make it to the gym twice a…
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January 12, 2018 0

PARALYZED

I’ve had this video sitting on my computer for almost two years now, and it’s finally time that I face my fear and share it. This whole project represents a desire that I have embedded in me: to use my creativity to bring attention to meaningful, important problems. If you’re reading this before you watch…
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December 1, 2017 0