What a day yesterday was. It's been disappointing, insomnia has hit, and I've been feeling like crap for most of the week. So, last night, I had hubby move our TV into the bedroom so I could just spend time with the family in bed in my PJs, and, now, we are probably killing our … Continue reading An Imperfect Mom Kind of Night
There are a lot of roles we can take on in life that teach us our limits, our abilities, and our shortcomings. For example, working in day treatment for 3 years has taught me I don't belong in that restrictive of a setting - that high stress. So, a hospital or crisis center is out … Continue reading You’re NOT a Bad Mom: Knowing Your Limits
I am writing this in the midst of feeling extremely crummy. It's that time of year - protect yourselves & your kiddos! As many of you know, hubby & I are expecting! As some of you may not know, we have been surviving much of the year on one income - hubby's missionary income. So, … Continue reading How We are Preparing for Life Changes: 9 Ways to Fix Your Money Mindset
I recently shared about the importance of friendship as adults. I wanted to take the opportunity to break it down even further. I think sometimes, we feel the need to be an island. Especially us women. We are woman, hear us roar... after all. Also, it can get difficult to connect when we hear so many … Continue reading Find Your Tribe: 7 Reasons We Need Authentic Friendship
Even Perspective... Perhaps, especially perspective. When we focus on negatives or lack or weaknesses: what needs to get done ways we fall short roles we are unable to fill jobs we don't get accomplished things we wish we had but don't fear/anxiety Any of these and more, we get self-centered, we get tunnel vision trying … Continue reading Gratitude Changes Everything
I believe I've shared on this blog (and if not, I have on my personal blog), that I am recently engaged. In two short weeks to be married. As I have taken a break from writing and other things in the past 3 months, God has been working in my heart. When I first started … Continue reading New Direction!
Today, is a day I'm so excited about: A day in my Tiny House, Oily life! Morning: I use Thieves products to jump start my day: Toothpaste & Mouthwash. Also, I use this deoderant (A caveat is that I've learned that during he hottest part of summer, I am unable to continue with good hygiene … Continue reading A Day in the Life of an Oily, Tiny House Counselor
As with many phases of life, a lot of experiences have recently happened: moved, started a relationship, been building a Young Living business, and joined a church plant team. Now, I would like to share with you some things I've learned about living tiny: First night issues may come up In every place I've lived, I have … Continue reading 9 Things I’ve learned from 2 months of Tiny Living