When everything falls apart, this exercise always helps me feel better. When things are good, it helps me prioritize my progress. Continue reading 100 Days of Journal Prompts: Day 7
Last night, we said goodbye to our kids’ last surviving great-grandmother. We’ve lost loved ones before, but, this time, we had the gift of being present during precious final moments… Continue reading 100 Days of Journal Prompts: Day 6
I’m so excited, friends! The podcast theme for the month of March is… Continue reading Becoming the Hero of Your Own Story — Four Lessons from Disney’s Frozen 2
I’m not a marriage expert. But, for whatever reason, I’ve seen a lot of close-up relationships that didn’t make it. I’m not in their shoes, and I’m not here to judge. But, if there is one pattern I’ve noticed, it’s that the adversary attacks marriage with stealth. Continue reading 3 Habits to Help You Cultivate a Resilient Marriage
Today we share our hearts and our hope for the podcast, along with 5 questions to help you discover, own and love who you are – both during and after hardship/transition. Continue reading 5 Questions to Help You Rediscover Who You Are/ Begin the Identity Journey
Today we are talking about setting healthy boundaries, and living according to what matters most to you. And I am going to share a free-write exercise with you! So if you have a moment, grab a laptop or a pen and paper and sit with me ❤ Continue reading 5 Steps to Embracing What Matters Most to You
First things first, I am NOT the best parent out there 😂. In fact, I am a BIG believer that there is no “best” way. You are simply the best parent for your child because you love and know them best. Whatever your methods, as long as you have that, don’t let anyone else call the shots! That said, I developed this acronym earlier in the year for some of my own parenting goals, and I would love to share it with you! Take and leave what you will. Continue reading Wednesday Walk Along: Parenting To The B.E.S.T. Of My Ability
Reading about thought isn’t sexy. I won’t tell you to take immediate action, or make the bold and daring move. But the more I explore identity and progression, the more I encounter the importance of self-awareness and meta-cognition (i.e., thinking about your thinking). Without it, the actions we take can’t bring us the results we’re looking for. To illustrate my point, think for a moment about your own, inner goals. Do you want to deepen your faith in Jesus Christ? Do you want to define and live your healthiest life? Do you want to make big things happen with your writing? In merely deciding you took a crucial first step… Continue reading Self-Awareness and Meta-Cognition: Change Starts From Within, So What Are You Doing About It?
This year, I tried something new and set a New Year’s resolution with just one word: intentional.
Continue reading Gratitude and Mindful Living