How often do you sit back and reflect on all the big moments in your life that you've overcome, that you've gotten through, that you've seen your own personal miracles? How often do you tell your friends (#testify) or kids about it all? Let's look in the Old Testament for some inspiration. After God has … Continue reading Fierce Faith Friday: Remember your stones
Red light action is about taking action through all the red lights until you get the results you want.
I'll take a break from my regularly scheduled coaching posts to throw these out there. We started the Elf on the Shelf five years ago without really knowing what we were getting into. These days though, we realize the kids look forward to seeing what shenanigans the elf is up to almost as much as … Continue reading 10 Interactive Elf on the Shelf ideas
What if you let go of the idea that you're not good enough? How would that feel? Maybe you'd become a person that reconsidered the meaning of enough. Maybe you'd become a person who was okay with being enough.
There are two things that make me sooooo much less of a nice human. One is having to repeat myself. MUCH, much worse though is when I'm running late. It is not a pretty picture. It is behaviour unbecoming. I'm not proud of how it changes me as a mom, as a wife, even as a driver on the road. Knowing that it's like the Mr. Hyde juice to my Dr. Jekyll, the Hulk serum to my Bruce Banner, I've made some modifications in our lives so I can stay away from the dark side.
You know what's really cool? It doesn't matter how "far" off the wagon you've fallen, it only takes ONE day to get back on track.
Happy Sunday! I hope you're having a great day! On Sunday's, I like to do alllll the planning for the week while I'm calm, relaxed and happy. Before I sit down with my hubby for our marriage meeting, I get my own things in line. Want to take a peek at my plan? Maybe it … Continue reading Sunday planning
I have a fun, secret game for you and your family to play tomorrow when you're at Thanksgiving. It's called brag tag. Here's how it works. You start by bragging on someone in your family. "John makes the best turkey." Tag, John is it! It's his turn to brag on someone else. "Jane got excellent … Continue reading Brag tag
Are you sitting there reading this slightly stressed over upcoming holiday eating opportunities? I want to offer you two things today. First, four strategies to use at your next party and one other post-holiday season strategy.
I am so excited for you. You know why? You just figured out why you're already happy by focusing on wanting what you have. You also just figured out how it's going to feel when you do achieve or get one of your wants. And it's going to be pretty freaking awesome.