“where you go I will go, and where you stay I will stay.” (Ruth 1:16)

The story of Ruth in the Bible has always piqued my interest, and obviously so: I share the same name. But that aside, I was more drawn to her character–a loyal friend, of quiet disposition, and what some might call too meek or submissive, I admired as respectful, modest, mature, wise.

When it came time to conceptualize this space, I sought after depth and meaning–I didn’t want it to be simply another regurgitation of a girl’s fashion, photography, and lifestyle musings (though often it may be just that). For deeper inspiration, I revisited this story. Although the narrative’s romantic relationship is more often highlighted, I was moved by Ruth’s loyalty to and bond with her mother-in-law Naomi. Two women who, otherwise alone and estranged, clung to each other, trusted in God’s bigger plan, and created a life of meaning for themselves.

Along that vein, ruth & naomi is a personal blog-folio inspired by feminine spirit and strength, an introspective mood, and minimal aesthetic. It’s a creative space for raw expression of visual art and content. It’s a personal journal; a photo album; a beauty diary; a travel log–all rooted in faith, hope, and love. It’s a place where I can say: I’m broken, but saved by grace, and forever grateful to be able to let my creativity ultimately magnify God and His glory.



  1. Hi I’ve been reading about your SIBO struggles and this YouTube, Amelia Liana has been through the exact same situation as you. I recommend you to watch her recent video and it may help you! Best of luck

    1. Hi anon,

      Thanks so much for sharing this video. It felt like I was listening to my own story! It definitely resonated and I’m going to check out Kresser’s book. Thanks again!

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