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Hello! I’m Nichole and I’m so glad you’re here.
I’m a follower of Jesus Christ, wife to Paul, and mother to 3 minions — Owen, Hannah, and Madeline. I have struggled with anxiety for over 30 years and it’s my desire to help others know that they are created for a purpose and that even the struggle of anxiety can be a tool to help point us to our Savior and live a life that brings Him glory.
This space is a place of encouragement, showing others how they can take small moments of each day to intentionally seek after Jesus, in every area of their life.
I am not silent about my struggle with anxiety and for years I was known as the worry-wart of the family. Today, I love to see others make the connection between mental health and their walk with Christ, knowing He loves them regardless of their struggles and that He can use even the most broken vessel.
Thanks for joining me!
What readers are saying about Numbering Our Days: Combating Anxiety in the Power of Small Intentional Moments
Life can shift into maintenance mode.
We’re going through the motions but not really doing much more than that.
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Life can feel overwhelming.
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Why do we need to be intentional?
So many areas of our everyday life are in maintenance mode. There doesn’t seem to be a lot of growth or improvement, not because we don’t want it, but we find that with the rush of life, it often gets set to the side for another day. Can you relate?
If you struggle with anxiety like I do, then the feeling of falling behind only adds to the stress! But, we were not made to just exist in this life, but to contribute, to improve, and to leave this world a little better than we found it. That is achieved through small, purposeful actions, day by day, which can lead to a life that is lived with intention.
Here you will find encouragement and practical tips for living these moments out in your life. Areas where we can give God glory, and point others to Him.
The seven areas of focus are Heart, Thoughts, Time, Relationships, Home, Money, and Health.
I’m so glad you’re here. Welcome.
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