Her Life: Jordy Liz Blogs

Today I’d love to introduce you to one of my lovely November sponsors! Meet Jordy from Jordy Liz Blogs! She is a beautiful wife, blogger, freelance editor, and soon to be mama!

This month Pencilled Daydream is focusing on the theme Life. So today I want to share a little Q&A session I had with Jordy about her life so you can get to know her a little better.

What season of life are you in right now? (single, married, kids, etc…) Tell us a little bit about yourself.
I moved to Arizona from Texas just over five years ago. After just a couple of years, I met my husband and in a whirlwind of a romance, we were married nine months from the day we first met. We’ve been married just about two and a half years and received a Fourth of July surprise this summer when we found out we were expecting our first baby – just one week after I accepted a new job! Over the last few months, we have been embracing the changes in our life and trust in God’s perfect timing of it all. We both currently work full-time and come home to each other and our dog.

How do you make blogging fit into your life?

It’s easier some weeks than others! I try to write whenever I feel led. I rarely sit down to Blogger and crank out a post. I usually start all of my posts in an email draft and work on it throughout the day or over a couple of days. This helps me evaluate what it is I want to say and I don’t feel pressured to crank out words just to crank out words when I may not be in the right mindset.

When we visit your blog can we expect to read or see pictures about your life?

Yes! I post often about our daily life, marriage and lately, and this pregnancy. I try to include pictures taken from my view-point and want my readers to feel as involved as possible.

What is one way that Jesus has brought life to your heart?

Jesus has brought life to my heart through writing. Before blogging, I would fill up journal after journal, pouring my heart onto the pages. I could say things much more clearly if they were written, and to this day, I still feel that is true. Writing is an outlet for me to talk about my faith and work through my emotions and feelings. So often I answer the questions of my own heart through the words I write.

Thanks for sharing with us Jordy!

Be sure to stop by Jordy’s blog and say hi!

You can also find her on twitter,  facebook and Pinterest!