Hello and welcome. My name is Stephanie Sheaffer and I’ve been writing for almost as long as I can remember.
I’m currently the Editor of TucsonTopia.com (“Find your Tucson paradise“) and Metropolitan Mama (“See the World, One City at a Time“). I am also a freelance contributor to several travel publications.
Here at StephanieSheaffer.com, I write about the things closest to my heart – family, books, running, hiking, poetry, travel, and philanthropy.
My husband & I have four children – three daughters (born 2006, 2009, and 2012) and one son (born 2016).
In 2011, my family and I took a year off to travel around the country in an RV with the intent purpose of helping people. My husband Tim wrote about the experience at: http://giveeveryday.com/.
At the end of my life, I hope to be remembered as a woman who used her life and her words to consistently point others to the love of Jesus Christ. Every day, I do my best to advocate for literacy (including libraries), loving little ones, and living with less.
To find out more about who I am, take a peek at my Favorite Things.
I look forward to connecting with you!
- email :: firstname.lastname@example.org
- twitter :: @stephsday
- pinterest :: stephanielikes
“Stephanie is an intelligent, honest, & thoughtful writer who has made it her life’s mission to do good for others. It’s so obvious from the way she talks about her kids, husband, friends & strangers, and even the way she criticizes, that she genuinely cares about uplifting, as opposed to ranting.” – Soni Albright [Houston, TX]
“Stephanie is the kindest and most unselfish blogger I’ve ever come across. She is a breath of fresh air to the blogging community with her honesty and openness, her passion and gentleness. She is wise and funny, the kind of person that makes you want to do life better, with more love, more grace and more laughter. And her readers love her for it.” – Sarah Bessey [Abbotsford, BC]
“Stephanie has a way of connecting with her readers on many levels. Her posts are honest, insightful and genuine — filled with conviction, passion, a zest for life and all that it entails — the great and not-so-great. She encourages, challenges, and inspires by choosing to live life to the fullest.” – Nini Lettner [Santa Cruz, CA]
“On her blog, Stephanie is honest, forthright, and more infectiously optimistic than seems possible. But, psst…I have a secret for you: it’s genuine. After having befriended her in real life, I can tell you that she’s exactly the same in living color as she is in cyberspace. She’s one of the kindest, most encouraging and professionally-minded bloggers I read.” – Darcie Maranich [Vail, AZ]