A New Transition

Hi everyone,
I’ve been struggling with a tough decision regarding my direction with this blog and my life in general. I started my blog “The Things Unseen” as a way to express my faith journey. While on this journey, I discovered my love for art (specifically watercolor and calligraphy). You may have noticed that I haven’t been blogging consistently in recent months, and my Instagram content is exclusively about my paintings.
Therefore, starting today, I will be in a state of transition with my blog, social media (except Instagram), and other outlets. I will be suspending posts and updates here as I transition to a new website (and name) that focuses on my new business venture featuring my products.
I want to thank everyone for being supportive of my faith journey so far. I would like to continue blogging here about my faith journey, but it will be on a less frequent basis.
My tentative launch date for the new website is July 1. I’m creating new content that focuses on watercolor and modern calligraphy.
Thank you again for joining me on my faith journey here, and I hope you will also join me in this new venture!

Living Chemical-Free Part 3: Analyze and Prioritize


Welcome to part 3 of living chemical-free! The purpose of this series is to help you take actionable steps to live chemical-free. It is a lifestyle change that requires research and preparation. But it is achievable!

By now, you’ve conducted some background research, and a self-examination to determine if this is a lifestyle change you want to adopt. You’ve also come up with a detailed budget of what products you use, and how you use them. This is part 3, and we will now examine the budget and product usage.  Continue reading

Song of the Month: September

Ever feel like you’re at the breaking point? Where darkness is enveloping you, and all you can see is one thin ray of light? Most of us have experienced great sorrow through the loss of a loved one, unemployment, and other hard times. This song was a great comfort to me when it was released. It reminds me that it’s okay to be in a place where you feel lost and helpless. Because we were made to depend on our great God. Instead of leaning on our own strength and salvation, look to His almighty strength and assured salvation.

Trust in the Lord with all your heart,
and do not lean on your own understanding.
In all your ways acknowledge him,
and he will make straight your paths.

Proverbs 3:5-6