One of my recent YouTube videos, in which I do my nails and chat, I talked about ways to get moving. Small things we can do throughout the day to get ourselves moving/going. And, I shared a little bit of why it’s important to make sure we’re moving our bodies, and a bit of my story. … Continue reading 12 Small Ways to Get Moving as a Home Based Mompreneur or Chronic Illness Momma
Dream. Try. Do Good."-George Feeney After this, Topanga asked him, "don't you mean do well?" "No, I mean do good," he replied. This is our role in the world: to do good. Scripture puts it this way: Live justly. Love mercy. Walk Humbly with God.Micah 6:8 This year of 2020 has been a rough one. … Continue reading Dear Children, do better.
The title of the article captured me: The Opposite of Addiction is Connection... What an interesting thought. I haven't had time to read the article, but I intend to. Especially now, following the events of Sunday night. Just as hate cannot coexist with love. And after an event like this, we can't help but wonder, where was … Continue reading Where was Love?
I've read several articles about "functional" anxiety and depression...though, by definition, anxiety and depression impair functioning... However, in today's world, we recognize we still have to somehow live our lives... When people picture anxiety and depression, they often imagine the extremes. We picture that commercial where depression is the robe that never leaves us. Or we … Continue reading A Rose by Any Other Name…
"Nothing catches God off guard" While catching up on daily work for the Women's Bible study I'm in, this captured me. Something I've heard a million & one times before. But, tonight, I think I needed a reminder. NOTHING catches God off guard - - not even my heartache He's known it all from the beginning. So, … Continue reading He’s Loving Me Through It All
for me, summer is not a good time of year. It brings out the worst in me, and the hotter it is, the worse I get.
WE ARE NOT MEANT TO DO THIS ALL ALONE...
In single life, you don't have to let anyone in. You don't have to be vulnerable and wonder if they can/want to handle it. There is always fear in vulnerability.
Time for some real talk... Back in September, I was diagnosed gluten sensitive. After nearly 2 years of not knowing what was wrong - I have an answer. (One I don't like, but an answer). So, for more than 6 months, I've known the biggest cause of my stomach woes. Yet, I keep in this … Continue reading Breaking the Habit Cycle
So, what's this all about? Purpose.