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Milk and Honey Magazine describes how to keep the Christian faith and focus on Jesus in law school.

Faith in Law School

I am entering into my third and final year of law school in Malibu, California. Law school requires a few disclaimers–I can’t speak for other graduate degrees, but in my experience law school is uniquely focused on competition, comparison, and branding yourself in your interactions with peers and colleagues. As a Christian, it is a constant struggle to avoid comparing grades, job opportunities, oral advocacy team memberships, industry contacts . . . you get the idea.


Milk and Honey Magazine's insight on worshipping God alone.

Worship Gone Wrong

Finding security in oneself is a tricky thing to do. As humans, we are always falling down. When I look back on some of my experiences both in my personal life, and as someone who mentors and counsels others, I see a theme throughout humanity: we try to rely solely on ourselves and we never have enough strength, enough forgiveness, and ultimately we are always slaves to our own devices.


Milk and Honey Magazine interviews pageant winner on life, love, and faith.

Mrs. Wisconsin

It's no question that Britani D'Alie is strikingly beautiful. When D'Alie walks (or glides, rather) into a room, eyes tend to linger a while on the tall, gorgeous blonde.

D'Alie was crowned Mrs. Wisconsin 2015, filling her agenda with appearances, parades, banquets, and events. She competed in Mrs. United States in Las Vegas and won the title of second-runner-up against all fifty women.


Milk & Honey Magazine's in-depth look at the Bible book of Ruth. There is always hope!

The Book of Ruth

It’s easy to praise God when we see blessings in our lives.

What’s not so easy is remembering He is working all things for our good when time has passed without hearing from Him or seeing anything change in the hard times. It’s easy to question if He’s really listening or cares about us.


Milk and Honey Magazine explains how to read the Bible so it speaks straight to your heart through the words of Jesus!

Becoming Proverbs 31

Growing up, I always felt the need to have a boyfriend. Once I accepted Christ as my personal Savior three years ago, I took the plunge and decided to try my hand at living the single life with a single focus: Jesus.

It's been good for me. I've grown into the woman I've always wanted to become. I am capable and independent and think for myself. I have no one to worry about pleasing, meaning I can be authentic to myself, and more importantly, to Christ.


Milk and Honey Magazine's advice on how to be a Godly, loving, lovely woman on faith!

Velvet Coated Steel

Figure out the type of woman you want to become, and then become her.


Milk and Honey Magazine's reasons why to NOT settle on Mr. Wrong! Wait for Mr. Right, the one Jesus has for you!

My Imaginary Kitchen

I'm a total foodie, so naturally one of my favorite things to do is cook. Not so much bake - but cook. I love cooking pesto chicken and lemon baked tilapia and roasted acorn squash and turkey meatballs and lean venison and bacon wrapped scallops and, well, basically anything nourishing and healthy.

So, yes, I like to cook. One problem I often have, however, is how expensive food can be! I like to buy organic, healthy foods as much as possible.


Milk and Honey Magazine wants young women to be set apart for God!

Ditchin' the Crowds

The religion of this world is conformity. That being said, it's sometimes hard living as a 24 year old gal trying to find my place. I obviously don't want to be an oddball, but I want to make informed, wise decisions to pave a strong foundation for my life. I want to be my own person and follow God's call wherever He leads no matter how silly I may look to others. But frankly, when we look closer at "normality" in todays society - they're often the silly ones.


Milk and Honey Magazine tells how to enjoy the mountains as God's beloved creation!

Taos Ski Valley

I was recently blessed with a father/daughter ski trip to Taos, New Mexico.

Taos Ski Valley is a small ski resort home to one of highest altitude mountains at 12,481 feet. It is extremely steep and challenging. They advise that beginners don’t go up to the top of the mountain, and that they stay away from Black Diamonds, and Double Blacks, which is 90% of the mountain.


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