New Year

I can’t believe that we are basically already half way through January! So I am finally getting around to doing my New Years post. I was traveling most of my winter break, Disneyland with my family & then Fresno with my brother to visit my boyfriends family, and then I started Level 2 of Nursing School the day after I got back so you could say I’ve been busy! Anyways, enough excuses..I am FINALLY writing!

I absolutely hate when people caption their pictures “New Year, New Me”…I’m not exactly sure why it bothers me so much, probably just because it is so overused. It could also be because just because a new year has started, I don’t want to be a new me I just want to be an improved me. I recently read this post titled “I should be engaged.” At first, like most of you, I instantly thought engaged as in a marriage proposal. So naturally I was curious as to why this single person was posting it. The blog post went on to talk about how she was not searching for a fiancé but how she was looking to be mindful of the people and places surrounding her! I immediately connected with this. It is so easy to get caught up in the daily events of life such as school, work, and we all know about social media. We live in a society, me included, that is constantly distracted and not experiencing life with the people around us. So this year, I want to be engaged. I want to connect with people. I want to be interested and committed to my relationships. I want to be focused on whats around me and not my phone screen.

This is going to be a crazy year for me! I will turn 20 years old & I will continue school year round to GRADUATE with my BSN in December. I’m sure so much more is going to happen that I am not even prepared for!

Read “I Should Be Engaged.” here.

xoxo Maddison




Grand Canyon Sunrise

It’s always been on my bucket list to be at the Grand Canyon when the sun rises & my friend Chad has been bugging me forever to have a spontaneous adventure! So inevitably, before he left to go home for winter break, we decided to check that off our bucket lists. It was planned so last minute but it was SO much fun! We packed up my boyfriends truck at 2 in the morning and headed to Walmart to find hand warmers, which happened to be completely gone! I thought I would be prepared with how many layers I had on…fleece lined tights under jeans, fuzzy socks and boots, a long sleeve shirt, a sweater, a peacoat, a scarf, a beanie, plus gloves. The weather forecast predicted 10 degrees. I found out later in the afternoon it was actually -11 and windy! Who knows if thats how cold it was where we were at (the South Rim) but man was it cold! Anyways back to the adventure. We left Walmart and started the drive! It was so cold and snowing that in most areas we had to drive (and by we I mean my amazing boyfriend that drove the whole way there all night) 40-45 mph because of the ice all over the roads! But regardless, we made it there in time and safe and sound to see the sunrise at 7:30AM! We were all freezing but it was one of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen! The colors in the sky were gorgeous and the powder snow over all the trees made it all better! If anyone has been wanting to do this, I highly suggest it…just maybe not right now, wait until the summer! 😉

My friend Chad is currently building his photography business, Urban Canvas, so it was great to have all these pictures to remember this adventure! (Check some of them out below!!) He is extremely talented and I am so proud of him for taking his hobby to the next level! You can look at his website and some other photos here. Also check him out on instagram @urbncanvas – You won’t regret it!

xoxo Maddison



It was so cold we just bundled up together in our blankets!



John was SO COLD!


1 Semester Down!

Hey guys so I am finally getting around to blogging again since I am on winter break. It was a CRAZY first semester of Nursing School so I feel like I had no time to be blogging which makes me sad, so I hope that in the coming semesters I will be able to blog some more. Anyways, this semester I had four classes – Health Assessment, Pharmacology, Nursing Foundations, & Therapeutic Communication and Informatics…although the classes were hard I am pleasantly surprised with the grades I finished with. The pressure of passing each class is enormous. In order to pass you must receive a minimum of 76% in each class, pass all your benchmarks within 3 attempts, AND on top of that all your exam grades must average above 76% as well. The stress builds with each exam because the content builds on itself even if the exams aren’t cumulative (except for the final). The exams are all NCLEX style questions to prepare us, so for the most part every answer in the question is correct but it is up to you to critically think and determine the BEST answer. Regardless of how difficult the first semester was I feel like I was a sponge absorbing so much information! We learned the history of nursing, how to communicate with patients & their families appropriately, how to do a full head-to-toe assessment, how to administer drugs on top of everything associated with the drugs themselves. AND that is really just scratching the surface. By the way, I couldn’t do it with my AMAZING cohort, so shout out to them!

More than anything else this semester I learned what it really means to be a nurse and what it takes to be a nurse. Each day, regardless of the stress, I was humbled by the opportunity to study nursing. Not everyone gets the chance to do what I am doing right now and I can’t believe that in just a short year I will be graduating with my Bachelors of Science in Nursing and taking the NCLEX to become an RN. That is crazy! For my final assignment in Nursing Foundations I was supposed to use some artistic method to explain what nursing is to me. So of course I used dance to express that. I wrote a poem in which I titled “Who am I?”, put it to  music and created a dance. You can watch the video here. Comment/share and let me know what you think!

xoxo Maddison

Where have I been?!

I am finally taking this day off to update all of you! I have been so busy and have had no time to write! I am beginning week 3 of Nursing School so I have been extremely overwhelmed and learning to adjust to this new way of learning. I attend class 4 days a week, but my lectures are 4 hours long and my labs are 3. Sometimes I have lecture and lab on the same day. Yep 7 LOOOOOONG hours of class. Most of my classes begin at 8am so my days start around 6:30. You could say I’m tired. It has definitely been a change from pre-requisites because you have chapters upon chapters that you are responsible for knowing each week, and you obviously don’t have time to read all 8 chapters to cover all your classes that week. We also have quizzes in almost every class as soon as we walk in the classroom to make sure we read and are prepared. NO SLACKING AND NO PROCRASTINATING. I had a wake up call for sure. I have my first 2 exams next week so wish me luck!

On top of school I am still working as a nanny and I couldn’t help but continue teaching at the dance studio once a week! I think in total I am working a minimum of 15 hours each week. Being a full-time student and working is not always easy but I love my jobs!

Last but not least I have started a challenge with Isagenix that will be for the next 16 weeks so I am also trying to eat healthy while being on campus and continue keeping up with my fitness! Lets just say if you see me in the gym, I might be reviewing flashcards on the treadmill. (I’m kidding, I don’t study at the gym because that is my break time and I would go crazy!)

Regardless of how hard and busy life is and will be for the next 16 months, I am so blessed and excited to be on this journey! I have the best support from my family, friends, and boyfriend so I always have my own personal cheerleaders! Hopefully I will be able to write a bit more about everything happening!

Hope everyone has a great labor day!

Xoxo Maddison

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Finally all settled into my new dorm! This is so exciting for so many reasons, one of which is because my roommate is my best friend Ashlee! I feel like this room is so different from last year but its a good change. I got my inspiration for this room like most girls do, on PINTEREST! I love Pinterest. I based my whole room around my comforter (from I was originally going to do something much more vintage but it became very glamorous and glittery! This weekend will be nice to settle in to my new home and prepare myself mentally and emotionally for this new journey! For those of you who don’t know, I will begin Nursing School on Monday! I am apart of the Fast Track program so I will go straight through school for the next 16 months and graduate in December of 2016. I still can’t believe that!!

Can’t wait to start blogging about all the fun things that happen during this season of my life!

xoxo Maddison

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HELLOOOO! So this past weekend my boyfriend John and I took a trip to California as a last little hoorah before I start Nursing School NEXT WEEK. I can’t believe that! It was so nice to get away from the AZ heat and hit the beach. We got to visit his cousin in Long Beach and went to Huntington beach. Walking around all the shops and the pier was so much fun! We spent one day in California Adventure and the next in Disneyland. I have to say I was super impressed with the Disney parades (especially the Paint the Night) and the fireworks! I keep saying that it is definitely the best I have seen by Disney BY FAR! Everything was still decorated for the Diamond Celebration of 60 years. I noticed on this trip that Disney is so different when you are an adult and not a little kid running around in awe of all the rides, characters, & different lands. Not that its anytime soon (thank goodness), but being in Disneyland makes me excited to bring my little ones there someday! BTW, still a little bitter I didn’t have my braces off before the trip but still enjoying them off now!

Essentials for the road: Good music and snacks have to be the best things when your on the road. Especially if your driving while your boyfriend sleeps *cough cough*


  1. Consider bringing your own snacks and lunch so you spend less money! Food is way over priced and you are allowed to bring anything in! Clam Chowder is still a necessity in Disneyland though, just sayin.
  2. FAST PASS! Use them to your advantage and time them perfectly.
  3. Get good spots for the parade and fireworks. We waited for 2 and a half hours for our spot but we had the best view and even an hour later there was no room left for anyone!
  4. Last but not least, don’t hold back your inner child and HAVE FUN!

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Made to Crave – Making Healthier Choices!

IMG_0150As most of you may know, fitness has become a huge part of my life. I think we would all agree that one of the hardest parts of transitioning into a healthier lifestyle is making changes in our diet. The last book I wrote about, “The Best Yes,” was written by a woman named Lysa Terkeurst. I absolutely fell in love with the way she wrote and immediately wanted to begin another one of her many books. I was drawn to her book called Made to Crave. I struggle with cravings. It is so easy for me to reach for the monster named sugar the second I crave it! While making this lifestyle change I’ve learned that we crave what we eat. If you eat chocolate, you will crave chocolate. If you drink coffee, you will crave coffee. Same goes for healthy foods. So for me the first step, which I still struggle with, is cutting out the foods that I don’t want to crave because I know they are not beneficial for my health. Food is meant to be fuel and not an escape from our emotions. Lysa is a Christian woman that provides great wisdom, especially for woman, which seems to radically change my look on life. This book is centered on the idea of satisfying your deepest desires with God and not food. Don’t check out on me if you aren’t “religious” there are still great ideas here that apply to life and fitness regardless of your beliefs.

“It is easier to make excuses than changes.” “I’ll just start Monday, I’m going out with the girls this weekend.” “I’m too tired to workout, I’ve been doing homework all day.” “Everyone else is eating dessert so I should be able to!” Stop making excuses and just start! Today is your Monday.

“Temporary changes mean temporary results.” If you aren’t willing to make long-term changes then you won’t have long-term results. This is why “dieting” doesn’t work because people fall right back into the habits they had before and gain back the weight they worked so hard to lose. “Saying “no” is rough in the moment but it builds empowerment for the next time.” When you make a mistake and have a moment of weakness, remember it is not defeat.

“Getting healthy is not just about having faith, goodness, and knowledge. We have to add to that foundation by choosing to be self-controlled and choosing to persevere even when the journey gets hard.” You know there are so many times when I want to give up and indulge in the chocolate pudding pie in my fridge as I type this post, but the Bible very clearly states that I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength. You know as Christ followers we will always be learning how to depend more on Gods power and less on our own strengths.

The numbers you see on the scale do not indicate your worth. The number on the scale indicates your weight. Your weight and your worth are NOT RELATED. This hit me hard! I still struggle with this. We all have that one piece of clothing that serves as our “goal” outfit. I’ve had this pair of shorts for the last couple months that I’ve held onto because I thought they were so cute but I couldn’t even zip them up. I kept thinking as soon as I can fit into these I would be happy with my body. Well recently in my latest mini closet purge I busted out these shorts and slowly but surely got them on. Up went the zipper and the button. The shorts fit. I couldn’t believe it, and they were comfortable! I could breathe and move! But here’s the thing, I was only happy for that couple minutes until I realized that my goal shorts didn’t make my insecurities go away. Nothing can satisfy us like God can. If we understand that we must fill our souls with spiritual nourishment [time with God] we will be less likely to will our desires with temporary physical pleasures (such as food).

We all have struggles. Make peace with your body. I’m the queen of the sentence “It’s not fair.” We all know that one girl that can eat whatever she wants whenever she wants and still maintains her “perfect” body. Believe me she has struggles too.

I encourage you to reflect on whether or not you are depriving your spirit because that could be one of the main sources of your emotional eating. You can begin your physical and spiritual transformations today, stop waiting for Monday. Learn to love your body and stop struggling over the number on the scale.You can do it!

Interested in reading this book, buy it here!

Workout Wednesday // Fitness Motivation!

IMG_5518I’m sure all of us know what it’s like to struggle with weight loss and weight gain and being inconsistent. It’s easy to hit the gym every once in a while when we are feeling up to it, super motivated, or inspired. Especially when its summer and its super easy to want to stay inside and be lazy! Today I want to share what things help me stay motivated to keep going with my fitness even when I don’t feel up to it!

  1. Setting goals- this is a huge one for me. I like to think about where I want to be in a month or even six months. Thinking about what I want to look and feel like pushes me to hit the gym.
  2. Drink lots of water- this sounds kind of silly but I’ve noticed that when I have been drinking more water, I have a lot more energy and I feel better about going to workout. Water is SO good for you! Try and drink your body weight in oz.
  3. Stop focusing on the number- it’s so important to not become obsessed with the number on the scale. This is still something I struggle with. Instead of focusing on pounds, focus on a feeling. How do you feel before, during, and after a workout? I always feel accomplished after working out so I think about that when debating on going to the gym. This means you have to stop the daily weigh-ins. It’s only making you feel worse. At some point, you will not have much fat left to burn and you will begin to gain muscle. MUSCLE WEIGHS MORE THAN FAT. 5-pounds-of-fat-5-pounds-of-muscle
  4. Be competitive- working out with someone, whether it be friends or family, a little friendly competition can be really motivating. That person may also push you and hold you accountable. If your going to the gym alone chose to run next to the “fit” person also running. It’s a lot easier to want to stop running and take a walk when the person next to you is just walking.
  5. Hang out around people who are also active- being around people who don’t work out or don’t care about their health can be detrimental to your success. It’s easy to eat crappy food if your friends are and its even easier to want to be lazy and lay around if no one else around you is going to workout.
  6. Stop comparing and criticizing yourself- we are all our own biggest critics. People can tell me all the time how good they think I look and how much they can see my progress but to me I am everything but satisfied with my body. I noticed that by me constantly pointing out my flaws, I was actually having worse workouts, my behavior was changing, and I wasn’t accepting compliments from people about all my accomplishments. I did some research about this and I found out that when we are in “self-critical mode” our flight-or-flight part of the brain is engaged. This increased cortisol secretion, commonly known as the stress hormone, which causes us to crave more fatty and sweet foods. God created each of us unique and its important to workout understanding that results are sometimes slow but they will come with the effort put in!
  7. Document your changes- take pictures every other week and weigh yourself once or twice a week. I also like to take measurements, especially if I am going to do a cleanse of some sort. Pictures speak much louder than numbers!! When you are starting to feel defeated look at all pictures and see just how far you’ve come!! Keep pushing!
  8. Have a motivation outfit- whether it be jeans or a dress have something that you want to fit into and try them on every once in a while. You will slowly begin to fit into those motivation jeans and getting closer and closer will push you even further. This is just like goals. Keep setting new ones once you’ve reached them.
  9. Set a routine- try to go to the gym everyday at the same time. Get your workouts into your routine. Doing this helps so much and eventually it won’t feel like something you have to do but it will be apart of your daily life. I feel weird if I don’t workout now!
  10. It’s okay to cheat- when I say this I don’t mean everyday! BUT it is important to treat yourself to ice cream every once in a while or even having your favorite piece of chocolate. Use your sweet treat as a reward for working so hard!
  11. Find the right music- sometimes I get ready and get all the way to the gym and once I am there I really don’t want to workout! This is when music helps. Find the type of music that you like that gets you excited and pumped to workout. I like listening to electronic/pop/rap when I’m working out but my boyfriend listens to hard rock/scream-o music that I can’t stand. Figure out what works for you!

What helps you stay motivated to keep up with fitness? Let me know!

xoxo Maddison


The Best Yes

the best yesRecently I received a book for my birthday from a dear family friend of mine. Honestly the first thing that intrigued me when I first received the book was the cover. I know I know, I am not supposed to judge a book by its cover but I couldn’t help it. Normally during school I don’t really have the time to read books for pleasure because I so busy with schoolwork. But since I still have a little bit of summer I decided to start the book that night and dive right in. This book rocked my world. There was so knowledge and wisdom that I was constantly picking up. I have this notebook that I use to write things that down that I don’t want to forget so as soon as I started reading this book, and every time I was reading I had my notebook open ready with a pen to write down the things that spoke to me. I knew that if I let it and I applied the things in the book to my life that I would be changed and it would make me a much better woman. So what is the name of this book you may ask, it is called “The Best Yes” by Lysa Terkeurst. Now if you have already read this book, don’t check out on me because this may remind you of things and you may receive something that you missed the first time.

The cover of the book says, “making wise decisions in the midst of endless demands.” When I first started reading this book I had learned that I was accepted into the Nursing Program at GCU. Although I had applied for the traditional program, I was accepted into the fast track program. At first I panicked then I remembered some of the things that I was learning in this book and it helped me realize that this was a Best Yes Opportunity for me. Let me explain a little bit more about this.

Lysa describes how in many situations in our lives we have the choice to say yes or to say no. These situations can be small or they can be huge in comparison to our whole life. God has a plan for each and every one of our lives and his plan is what involves the Best Yes choices. A Best Yes decision is a yes to an opportunity that is apart of that plan. I would highly recommend this book to anyone no matter who you are but especially people who feels like they are “making decisions in the midst of endless demands.”

Below are things that I wrote in my notebook while reading this book. All of these are words from the book, whether they are quoted or paraphrased, they belong to Lysa Terkeurst. I know it is a bit lengthy but I promise that reading it all will only be beneficial to you!

“We must not confuse the command to love with the disease to please.”

“The one who obeys Gods instruction for today will develop a keen awareness of His direction for tomorrow.”

“Pay attention to Gods instruction so He can reveal His direction.”

“Underwhelm your schedule so God can overwhelm your soul.”

“Knowledge is wisdom that comes from acquiring truth. Insight is wisdom that comes from living out the truth we acquire. Discernment is wisdom that comes from the Holy Spirit’s reminders of that knowledge and insight.”

“Don’t let fear, foolishness, and feelings complicate your decisions.”

“Todays choices will become tomorrow’s circumstances.”

“Our decisions aren’t just isolated choices. Our decisions point our lives in the direction we’re about to head.”

“If you desire to please God with the decision you make and afterward it proves to be a mistake, it’s not an end just an error.”

“Stepping out in faith, trust that God will help you discern – strengthens your relationship with him.”

“The opposite of trusting God is leaning on your own understanding” – trying to figure out everything on your own. Remember that God calls us to lean on Him.

“Sometimes its easier to overcome a fall and a break than the fear of failure.”


“My imperfections will NEVER override God’s promises. God’s promises are not dependent on my ability to always choose well, but rather on His ability to use well.”

“While your heart often wants to say yes, the reality of your time makes it a no & that’s okay!”

“Do not let the awkward disappointment of others keep you from your Best Yes appointments with God.”

“Confidence is being more certain of our abilities. Conviction is being more certain of Gods instructions.”

“Saying yes all the time won’t make you Wonder Woman, it will make you Worn Out Woman.”


“Those who constantly try to impress others will quickly depress themselves.”

“Great descriptions [what people say about you] are birthed from great decisions that you make.”

“Great love isn’t two people finding the perfect match in each other. Great love is two people making the choice to be a match.”

“When insecurity grips us, the very thing we need most –truth- is the very thing we have a hard time grasping.”

“Don’t chain your identity to your insecurities.”

“Together is a really good work. Together is what we need when we hit tough patches in life. Making decisions when life is making you cry shouldn’t be done alone.”

“Sin and consequences always walk hand in hand.”

Personally, I know for a fact that I struggle with people pleasing. Its something I constantly battle with because I want everyone to be happy with me. This book reminded me that when I make decisions that are best for me, I wouldn’t be able to make everyone else happy. But my priority, above everyone else and everything else is myself and what I think are God’s Best Yes opportunities for my life.

Hope you all have a wonderful day!

Xoxo Maddison

Click here to visit Lysa Terkeurst’s website & click here to order The Best Yes.

Keep Calm & Survive College!

While debating about what I want my first real blog post to be about I was trying to think about what was important to me during this time of my life! Before writing about all the fun things happening the summer, I want to share about my first year of college and some of the things that I learned! Perhaps, I could pass those things onto you and save you some trouble.

Freshman year of college was a dramatic change from high school. I also didn’t go to a very big high school (graduating class of 40..), going to GCU this past year was definitely a shocker! I didn’t really have any friends that were going to college with me so I was a little nervous about that as well as being away from my family, regardless it is only 30 minutes from home. A hung out with many different people the first couple of weeks but in September I met my best friend, Ashlee! That leads me to my first point.

1. You will always be nervous, BUT you will meet your best friend in college! We all have friends from high school and our childhood and very few of them we will remain friends with so be open to meeting your lifelong best friends when off at college! That is something to be very excited about.


2.  Don’t be afraid to talk to anyone because chances are they are just as nervous as you are!

3. Moving in is a great experience and its going to be your home for the next 8 months so make it your own. Spend time over the summer getting ready and planning out a cute dorm room. Pinterest was a HUGE help for me in deciding what I wanted my dorm to look like as well as super easy and fun DIY projects.

Making your dorm room your own is super fun and easy! I made almost everything on the wall myself!

Making your dorm room your own is super fun and easy! I made almost everything on the wall myself!

4. Talk to your roommate(s) about how clean you want the room to be, chores to be done, and anything else you have worries about. Most people don’t think about it but it’s so much easier if from the beginning there is an understanding of personal space and who needs to take out the trash/wash the dishes etc.

5. Although college is fun, don’t forget that purpose is SCHOOL! I remember being so excited to move into the dorms and meet new people I almost forgot that I was going to be starting classes.

6. Talk to your SSA about your schedule. 7am classes aren’t that bad if they are only twice a week, but they are still rough. Try and get all your classes close together that way you get them done and have the rest of the day. Having many hours in between classes will make it harder to go back to class.

7. ALWAYS take notes in class. Use a planner and stay on top of your homework. Its better to be ahead of the class than falling behind. With that being said, try to do the readings before you go to class so you already have an understanding of the topic and class is more of a review.

8. You will not always be good at number 7. Try your best but still relax and treat yourself when doing good on an assignment.

9. Take breaks. When studying its hard to go hours and hours and hours. Study for a couple of hours take a 30 minute break then come back to it.

10. You will live in the campus coffee shop. Everyone does. It’s the best place to study or hangout.

11. If you don’t like coffee…start to like it.

12. ALWAYS have a pair of headphones. And a backup pair.

13. Go to as many sporting events as you can. All of GCU sports games were free for us as students so that was a fun thing to do!


14. When at the sporting events, go crazy! Be spirited. It is so much more fun to be in the student section!IMG_7155

15. It sucks but stay on top of your laundry because before you know it you are running out of clothes to wear. If you have a small load to do, combine it with your best friends.

16. SAVE ALL YOUR QUARTERS FOR LAUNDRY. There is nothing more frustrating when the machine only takes quarters and you have nothing but bills. Also set an alarm because no one likes the girl who forgets about her laundry for hours!

17. If you are from a different state, make friends with someone from the area because their family will become your second family. (This is something my best friends would say – they are all from different states)

18. You don’t need to bring everything you own. I know its hard because you want to have it all just in case but chances are you won’t use most of it.

19. The freshman 15 is a very real thing. Make time for the gym and make good food choices! Get a workout buddy, it makes it so much easier to go to the gym when you have someone with you! Try not to snack after 8-9pm it will help so much!

20. When in your room, keep your door open. It will make it easier to be social and it will also make you want to keep your room clean!

21. Join the clubs. Even if they have outrageous names, you will meet new people with similar interests as you.

22. Call your family as often as you can. It’s easy to be overwhelmed with the business of college but they are there to support you and a conversation with mom may be just what you need to feel motivated again.

23. Never walk alone at night. You want to forget the danger and crimes that can happen on campus. For my school, my parking lot was off campus and not very lit so I tried to always walk with someone and have pepper spray too, just to be safe.

24. Wash your hands, take vitamins, and make Clorox wipes your best friend. Being surrounded by tons of people suddenly, sicknesses spread REALLY fast. I was more sick my freshman year than all four years of high school…

25. Lock your door whenever you leave your dorm to protect your personal items. On that note, get a key chain so you don’t lock yourself out!

26. Last but not least, DON’T FORGET TO ENJOY IT! Don’t take this part of your life for granted. A lot of times I was just wishing that it would go by super fast to get it done and over with but then I remember how lucky I am to be in this season of life. I know that someday I will be wishing I could be back where I am right now. You will miss it!

So there you have it! 26 tips, tricks, and things I learned to survive my freshman year of college! If you have any other questions let me know, I would be happy to share my advice with you!

xoxo Maddison