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  • Writer's pictureKasey D.

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“A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one.”

We’ve all heard this saying before, whether partially, or in totality. This phrase is and has been used to refer to a person who is skilled at many things, but is not an expert at one specific thing. Throughout time this partial quote “a jack of all trades is a master of none” has been used as a passive agressive insult. But when you really look at the quote in it's totality you find that this phrase is actually deemed to be a compliment.

And what I’ve learned in my 20-something-years is that there’s beauty in having an array of talents, gifts and interests.

Society will pressure you from the start to select a box. And if you allow it, society will box you into that itty bitty box for life. I know from personal experience. It takes

courage to break away from the norm. And in life when presented with these theorical boxes take comfort in knowing that that there's liberty in "checking all that apply”.

I've said all this to say that it is my goal to be open here and to share my many interests. It is also my goal to encourage and uplift people. You can look forward to me discussing personal stories, faith based content, lifestyle, homegoods/décor, product reviews, movie/tv reviews, relationships, and more.

Writing has always been a passion of mine, and it is my hope that my passion can add to your life.

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