Hello I'm Angela

Hello I'm Angela
In she walks, the first thing you notice is the purple hair. Sometimes vibrant, sometimes slightly faded, but always purple. There is a shy smile, as she glances around the room. You’ll notice her searching for a quiet space, and once found will pull out either a laptop or a book.

Some days she’s put together, dressed impeccably and you can tell she feels good. Other days, it’s sweat pants, a t-shirt and a pony tail. Today both laptop and book come out. It’s research day, the book being studied is Skeptic’s Annotated Bible. A blog post is being prepared.

The goal is to reconcile past teachings that are contradicting within themselves and with how people interpret them. Taking the words she’s reading a post is created to share her confusion, thoughts. Each post moves her slightly closer to healing and better understanding.

About MeHELLO!! I’m Angela author and writer of The Clutter Box I am a reader, writer, atheist, feminist, friend, introvert and joy seeker. Welcome to my Space

I started off as a hairdresser then moved into banking, but I have always been a blogger. For the past 7 years I have used my blog as a way to catalog my outfits, share book reviews, and rant about life. In 2015 having the opportunity to do so, I quit my full time job and am now dedicating my time building on my dreams.

I seek to resolve past conflicts with truth. I hope to research into the Bible taking it chapter by chapter and reading the real story. My goal is to reconcile what I was taught, to what is actually there. Though I am an atheist, I was raised on the supposed “Word of God”. I hold a lot of frustrations towards the contradictions held within the bible and the christian faith.

I hope to create a place to safely discuss the bible and it’s teaching. Along with this deep study I wish to share my search into feminism and deepen my understanding of the world.

I would love if you joined me in this journey.

I'm a lifestyle blogger, covering deep subjects including body images, battles with food, and overcoming how I was raised. I try to be as authentic as possible and I don’t sugar coat how I see things.