Hi, I’m Steph – just trying to balance writing and tiny house living with two toddlers. Wondering how Anne Bradstreet managed to be a poet with 8 kids and no washing machine.
I write about simplicity, social justice & motherhood
Hi, Steph again. It’s my site after all. What else do you want to know? I’m an enneagram 7 (social subtype for you nerds). I love having text conversations with my husband exchanging articles when we should be working. I’m a mom of two toddlers. I grew up in South Africa but met my husband at Taylor University, in the teeny town of Upland, Indiana where I was studying English Lit. We were the generation of Shane Claiborne, that “Radical” book by David Platt, and not wanting to sell-out to the corporate Christian megachurch machine. We were the generation where everyone discovered that TOMS shoes and Invisible Children were sucky ways to do international development, but also then also discovered Instagram so we could be our own mission trip heroes. We’re still trying to figure out how we actually follow Jesus, especially as white people.