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Now onto an interview with someone wonderful you may know...Ruthie at The Chronicles of Ruthie Hart. Ruthie is sweet...and really hilarious might I add! She writes about everything from recipes to DIY to inspirational life stuff. You absolutely have to check out her blog...after you read this interview of course :)
 Let's cover the basics. Tell us about yourself.
Hi yall! I am Ruthie Hart. My hubby and I live in Austin, TX and by day both work in the software industry. At barely 5 feet tall, I am probably one of the most outgoing people you will meet. I am a book nerd, super crafter, attempted housewife in the kitchen and most importantly, a child of Christ. Jon (the hubs) and I are very involved in our church, love to travel and explore new places, tend to find random reasons to dress up and love Frank Sinatra!
 What blogs do you read every day?
Gosh what blogs DON’T I read!! The first blogs I started reading were Peanut Butter Fingers and YoungHouseLove, I will forever read those blogs! I read everything from fitness, lifestyle, mommy, crafting, and food.
 What made you start blogging?
I started reading a couple of blogs and I guess my hubby got sick of me telling him about other people’s lives so he kept encouraging me to start my own! I started my blog a week after returning from our honeymoon. So much had changed over the past couple of months and knowing that our lives would only get better now that we were married, I wanted to document it all! I love knowing that I will be able to look back and watch the growth I’ve experienced through blogging.
 Where do your passions lie?
First of all, I am passionate about my husband and family. They are essential to my happiness and love for life. I am passionate about Jesus and live each day so thankful for His grace.
 Who is your hero?
My husband is hands down my hero. He is also my biggest fan and supporter. He is intelligent, kind hearted and humble. I admire the way he can let go and let God. I am so lucky to have him in my life.
 What do you wish you knew five years ago?
This one is easy! I wish I wouldn’t have been so worried about how my life would pan out. I was not looking for love when I met my husband and look where that led me. In college I felt as if I needed to plan out every single detail of my life and have a step by step plan. I am learning to live life for today and let nature take its course. If things are meant to be, they will happen.
 Where do you see yourself in five years?
I pray that it is God’s plan for me to be a mommy in 5 years (hopefully sooner!)
 What are your go-to, never fail items in your closet?
Cotton sun dresses! I think I own more than 50 cotton dresses (and I am not joking). Lucky for me, I can wear dresses 75% of the year in Texas because I hate jeans! They are so stiff and restricting. Now that it is getting chillier, I find myself wearing the same pair of jeans every single day to wear them in!
 What's at the top of your want list?
This is hard! Jon and I were just talking about Christmas gifts and I honestly can’t think of anything. The closets in our 1950’s home are the size of my pinky so I’ve totally gotten over buying clothes. I just got my first dslr camera for my birthday so I am a happy girl!
 What advice to do you have for new bloggers?
This one is easy! Don’t blog with the intent of becoming rich and famous. Blog for YOU! Blogging for me is a way for me to escape, a creative outlet and something that keeps me accountable. Don’t be afraid to speak your mind or share your opinions.
Thanks to Ruthie for sharing with us <3