How I Stay (Mostly) Sane as a Work From Home Mom with Chronic Illness

Being a mom is hard enough. Running a business is hard enough. Dealing with chronic illness is hard enough. I am managing to do all three - I’m convinced only by the grace of God - and I’m doing things to help myself stay mostly sane during these crazy toddler days. When I was a … Continue reading How I Stay (Mostly) Sane as a Work From Home Mom with Chronic Illness

Being Creative & Embracing New Hobbies (as a mom or with Chronic Illness)

As I went through two pregnancies, and then my physical illnesses keyed up, I struggled. With these new lower energies & two little humans to take care of, I worried my creativity, business, ministries, and hobbies would suffer. After all, how does one do it all when their energy is so limited. The short answer … Continue reading Being Creative & Embracing New Hobbies (as a mom or with Chronic Illness)

Maven Monday: Doing Good in the Business World, Working from Home, and Designing Websites

Here on the blog, we've started this new series called Maven Monday - I'll be interviewing some amazing women every few weeks, and sharing their stories and why they do what they do - for others, for their families, and for themselves. Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Natalie Jark, a web design coach. … Continue reading Maven Monday: Doing Good in the Business World, Working from Home, and Designing Websites

Maven Mondays: Motherhood, Entrepreneurship, & More – with Laura Noelle

I used to have a post series (or, rather, I wanted to) for Spotlighting amazing women...well, I'm bringing that back in a new way. And to kick it off, I'm going to do an update of the original (and only) spotlight Sunday post I did. In April of 2013, Laura Noelle wrote this post: Motherhood, … Continue reading Maven Mondays: Motherhood, Entrepreneurship, & More – with Laura Noelle

Resiliency: In Ministry, in Business, and in Marriage

Y'all, this is going to be a freakin' honest post. Like, bearing my heart & inviting you into the mess kind of post. This week has been rough. We have been dealing with meal issues, grocery issues, broken tiny house issues, heat issues, communication issues, and I have been a mess. I can't count the number of … Continue reading Resiliency: In Ministry, in Business, and in Marriage