Sitting on my cushion-top-queen-sized bed with my laptop perched on my legs, connected to the readily available Wi-Fi, I find it difficult to pick out one of the four JV values on which to reflect. Can you catch a glimpse at the irony yet? Honestly, most of this difficulty is rooted in the fact that… Read More Eugene.
Greetings, readers! The time is here. It’s mid-November. And all holiday shoppers know what I mean by that. BUT! Before we furrow our brows and reach for the Target ad, consider this: what if this year could be a Minimalist Christmas? As I began pondering this idea for myself, I came across some resources that were helpful… Read More Merry Minimalism
Hello, readers! We can thank dear Henry David Thoreau for the title of this post, and we will delve further into it in the later on. Thanks for checking in on how the Billings Babes are making our way in the world as Former Jesuit Volunteers (FVJs). Even before publishing the final post of… Read More “Sell your clothes and keep your thoughts.”
I’m a canvasser. For clarification, that means I’m a good ole’ fashioned door knocker. Yes, I’m the one who comes to your door and interrupts your peaceful family meal to ask who you’re voting for. I wish I could say I entered this field because politics inspired me, but frankly, I did it because… Read More Refugees are not to be feared
I think this blog was my idea, so it’s probably on me to kick it off. The Billings Babes are incredible humans, profound thinkers, and talented writers across the board, so I’m really, really excited about this blog. Trust me, it’ll be worth reading, whether you are a current JV, an FJV, or just a non-acronymed regular… Read More In suspense and incomplete