It’s hard to believe it’s been 30 episodes. I started this podcast wanting to give people an avenue to share their stories of struggle and grace, but I wasn’t sure what the reaction would be. It’s been particularly challenging to share my own story because the vulnerability scares me; is it worth risking my comfort and is anyone even listening or reading? Now that it’s the end of the first season, I felt it was appropriate to share how I’ve had to choose to live bravely even when I didn’t feel like it. My friend Heather Bender from episode 7 interviewed me from our hotel room at the Hope*Writers Workshop and we shared thoughts on being vulnerable as a writer, the fears all creatives face, and some projects I’ve been working on. She’s an ENFP and I’m an INFJ (for all you Meyers Briggs fans), but we magically make a great team.What are you loving right now? Being at the Hope*Writers Workshop and having the space and time to dream What’s your favorite food at the moment? Cherry Oat Bars at Starbucks at East Coast Taco What are you doing to take care of yourself? Making time for reading and waking up before the kids What are you doing to be brave? Taking time off from writing and podcasting to give my brain a breakConnect with Heather: BLOG: DirtyFloorsHappyKids.com FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/DirtyFloorsHappyKids TWITTER: Twitter.com/DFHK_blog INSTAGRAM: Instagram.com/HeatherDBenderConnect with Becky: BLOG: BeckyLMcCoy.com FACEBOOK: facebook.com/BeckyLMcCoy TWITTER: twitter.com/BeckyLMcCoy INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/BeckyLMcCoy PINTEREST: pinterest.com/BeckyLMcCoy NEWSLETTER: BeckyLMcCoy.com/emailShare your Story of Unfolding Grace at BeckyLMcCoy.com/SubmissionsSubscribe, share, and rate to help others find Stories of Unfolding Grace!