My Ink Dance

Discovering Extraordinary Grace in an Ordinary Life

31 Days…

Have you ever wondered how you ended up where you are? How you lost parts of who you are along the way? How you forgot that you matter and have purpose beyond the day-to-day needs around you?



Welcome to the series 31 Days of Finding Your Way Home!

If you missed why I’m writing this you can check it out here.

For me this is about writing. It’s about falling in love with words and letting go of perfection. But really it’s about so much more. It’s about finding those parts of me that have been neglected, forgotten, and never discovered. It’s about choosing a few minutes a day for something that is uniquely important to me.

We all lose our way sometimes. This is about finding our way to the place that makes our heart feel at home.

Join me each day for the month of October as we discover the way back together.


Day 1 – Looking for Your Calling

Day 2 – Family Isn’t Always What It’s Supposed to Be

Day 3 – When You Already Have What You’re Looking For

Day 4 – How To Live Alive

Day 5 – When Church Doesn’t Feel Like Home

Day 6 – You Always Have A Choice

Day 7 – It Feels Heavy

Day 8 – Finding A Reason For The Journey

Day 9 – Letting Go And Breathing Out

Day 10 – Are You Ready?

Day 11 – Listen to the Whisper

Day 12 – When the Storm Comes

Day 13 – When Patience Feels Hard

Day 14 – Fear of Flying

Day 15 – Do You Laugh for Real?

Day 16 – Carrying An Empty Basket

Day 17 – Is There Room?

Day 18 – What Have You Done For Real?

Day 19 – How To Honor God When You Are Angry

Day 20 – How Long Will It Feel Hard?

Day 21 – Faith Like Waves

Day 22 – Why the Hard Times Matter

Day 23 – Are You Waiting for Joy?

Day 24 –  Talking At God

Day 25 – When Your Past Crashes Into Your Present

Day 26 – Listening to the Right Whisper

Day 27 – It’s Not About What You Want to Be

Day 28 – Beauty in Darkness

Day 29 – When It Feels Like You Are Sinking

Day 30 – God Uses All Things, Even Bacon

Day 31 – The Finish Line Is The Starting Line



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About Becky Hastings

I am emotional and logical. I am strong and dependent. I am a juxtaposition of head and heart exploring it all through writing. And in all my mixed-up ways I am loved. I'm here to tell you that you are, too. Just the way you are.

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  1. Hi Becky: Your writing is clever and enticing. Thank you for sharing your heart!

    1. Becky Hastings

      Thanks for visiting Nancy!

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