How to let go of labels and love your life! (Part 2) – Day 39

Yesterday, we let go of the lies that keep us from finding our truth and purpose in God. Today, we embrace the fullness of who the Lord created us to be!  Please know, this is a tricky subject and I want to present it in a way that doesn’t leave room for misunderstanding, so I’ll … Continue reading How to let go of labels and love your life! (Part 2) – Day 39

Why Disappointment is Important for Growth – Day 35

I spent a lot of time in my life avoiding discomfort and the dreaded “disappointment.” I was wrong. I realize now I’m disappointed by the lack of disappointment - because it means I didn’t try all the things I should have. I can only imagine where life would be if I were willing to put … Continue reading Why Disappointment is Important for Growth – Day 35

How to Minimize the Insanity of Life After Quarantine – Day 23

Pre-quarantine, if someone asked, “Hey! How’ve you been?” was your knee-jerk response any of the following: “So busy!”“Keeping busy!”“You know us, there’s always so much going on!” “Always on the go!”Or something along those lines? If so, welcome to the unofficial support group, Busyholics Anonymous. This post is for you!  Today, we’re exploring the secondary gains, … Continue reading How to Minimize the Insanity of Life After Quarantine – Day 23

Overflowing Jesus Journal – Day 22

Hello, friend! Welcome to your Day 22 journal prompt. If you’ve stuck with me this whole time, God bless your soul! Thank you and I love ya! If this is your first time reading, or it’s your first time back in a while, welcome! I’m so happy you’re here and I pray you enjoy it. … Continue reading Overflowing Jesus Journal – Day 22

Why You Should Make Yourself Uncomfortable Every Day: Part 2 – Day 13

Yesterday, someone blessed me with thank you letter about the first post on embracing discomfort. When I responded, I had a huge A-HA! moment. I’ve missed out on so many blessings because I refused to expose myself to things that make me uncomfortable! The implications are astounding: Making memories with my kids: I refuse to … Continue reading Why You Should Make Yourself Uncomfortable Every Day: Part 2 – Day 13

Why You Should Make Yourself Uncomfortable Every Day – Day 11

I took my first cold shower today. It was awful. Every millisecond felt like torture. I hate being cold. HATE it! Yes, I used the four-letter H-word we teach our kids not to say. However, it’s the only word that adequately describes my feelings about all things chilly. (Except ice cream. Can I get a … Continue reading Why You Should Make Yourself Uncomfortable Every Day – Day 11

Shift Your Focus to Kick Fear in the Butt – Day 9

Have you ever let fear keep you from doing something God put in your heart? I know I have. I almost did with this blog. I recently taught a class where I overlooked the plethora of kind, positive comments I received and honed in on the only negative one. Of course, that’s the one I … Continue reading Shift Your Focus to Kick Fear in the Butt – Day 9

How to Replace Fear with Hope – Day 8

Fear: It’s literally a scary topic, but an important one. Some of life’s greatest turning points come from staring fear in the face and acknowledging it, and then recognizing your God is mightier than your worst fear could ever dream of being. Of course, we get scared of the obvious: rejection, failure, bad things happening, … Continue reading How to Replace Fear with Hope – Day 8