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Tenderhearted in Hope with Maghon Taylor
Today on Walk it Out we’re talking joy, sparkles, and all the fun stuff. You are going to love my guest. Her story is one of turning life’s mess-ups into joyful confetti to be shared.
In this episode, I chatted with calligrapher Maghon Taylor. Maghon knows there is power in putting pen to paper. She knows that the words we share can become beautiful works of art. Maghon founded All She Wrote Notes, a welcoming space for classes, inspiration, gifts, community, and all things hand-lettering. Through her penmanship parties and digital courses, Maghon has taught thousands how to make their handwriting happier and spread joy.
Married with a young son, Maghon lives in North Carolina where she lives by the motto, “Work hard, stay sweet, trust God, and love deep.” Her first book, Happy Hand Lettering is a fun-fueled collection of hand lettering lessons and projects that was released last year, and the story of her life transformation is one to celebrate.
I am so thankful that Maghon opened her heart and shared her story.
Walk It Out Scripture
In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your father in heaven. Matthew 5:16
Maghon’s story is one of transforming heartache into joy. Maghon says, “I felt ashamed, embarrassed, heartbroken, and like a total failure. After leaving an abusive marriage, I sat at twenty-two years old feeling like I was disqualified from a happy life and a future family because of my bad decisions.”
Friend, do you ever feel that way?
Maghon’s story will be one that will inspire you. Listen to how God took her from feeling unqualified to being called to share His light to others in so many creative ways.
Maghon also shares the power of written words. She shared, “When I was in an abusive marriage, my mom would send me cards in the mail, and I knew those were words that would get me through the next season. The written word is powerful.” I love that!
I know you are going to enjoy my conversation with Maghon! You can listen above or on iTunes or on your favorite podcast streaming device.
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