this blog started because of quarantine.

And kept going because of quarantine, because the more time I had, the more I wrote. In undergrad, I was a theology and pre-med major at the University of Notre Dame. Now, I’m a medical student in the midwest with an interest in mental health and chronic pain. The love of my life, though, is a question: How do we make our everyday lives artful? Intentional? More beautiful? More true? More now? More together? This blog started when we were all physically apart, but is about creating connection and meaning in our daily lives together.