As many of y’all know, I attended my first bloggers conference the last weekend in July. Heading into the weekend I felt very nervous. I didn’t know anyone who was going, I knew I was going to be one of the youngest people there, and I was worried about how I was going to get from the hotel to the church were the conference was held, since I wasn’t going to have a car with me. If you’re a part more »

Happy Birthday, Coffee With Kara!!

Dear Coffee With Kara, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!! I can’t believe you’re one! It seems like just yesterday I sat down on my computer, opened my blogger account, and you were born. My, how time flies. And like most new parents, I had no clue what to do with a baby blog in my hands. How do I care for you? How do I help you grow? How do we have fun together? What purpose does God have for your life? The more »

history cwk

I love reading about how fellow bloggers entered the magical world of blogging. Every story is unique and special, and today I’m going to share how Coffee With Kara came about. So sit back, relax, and enjoy! Once Upon A Time… In tenth grade English when my class and I were reading Ivanhoe, our awesome teacher told us that we were going to do a project to go along with the book. We were going to draw a character’s name out more »

This is a guest post by Hanha of cleartransparency.com Hello everyone! This is Hanha from Transparency! I’m so excited to be joining you all today on Coffee with Kara! Wanna know a secret? This is my FIRST guest post! *insert applause* So what an honor it is to be guest posting! Just a few little tidbits about me: I am also a fellow college-blogger insanely in love with the true King! I am a psychology major and a chemistry minor more »


Emily from Monograms & Moscato nominated me for the Liebester Award! Yay! Thanks Emily! For those of you who have never heard of this award, it is for bloggers who had under 300 followers AND it’s a great way to learn about new blogs. {So go check out Emily’s blog!! She just launched it, and it’s super cool!} So how this works is I answer the eleven questions Emily asked me, and then I list eleven random facts about myself. Lastly, more »