This free resource has been created for you - to help you pinpoint areas in your life that you tend to let stay in maintenance mode and to help you move past mindless living to intentional practices.
As the summer transitions into fall, many of us eagerly anticipate the arrival of cooler days, vibrant foliage, and the taste of cinnamon and nutmeg in our favorite drink. However, for some, the change of seasons can trigger anxiety and stress.
When faced with decisions, who are you listening to? Your sphere of influence determines your thought patterns.
The start of a new school year is an exciting time filled with fresh opportunities, how can we give it a stress-free start?
Introducing a transformative journey tailored specifically for Christian women who grapple with anxiety.
At moments of high anxiety, I've asked myself, "Will I ever get past this?" Here's what I've found after 30 years of the struggle.
Is it hard to sit down and relax when you know things still need to be done? Have you ever tried letting the ground rest?
A letter, originally written when my oldest started kindergarten, that portrays a mother's heart for those back-to-school thoughts.
do you believe everything you think? Just like the heart can sway and dictate our feelings, our thoughts can direct our actions. The words we speak, the people we avoid, and even the psychosomatic reactions of our own bodies. A few years ago, I hung a phrase up in a prominent spot in our home… Continue reading When every thought seems to control you and steals your joy
Faith, like that rope in tug-of-war, is something that we have to hold on to with a tight grip. It’s something that we have to intentionally be aware of and watchful that our grip does not slip.
Have you heard of imposter syndrome? Do you wonder if this is something that you struggle with? It may be more common than you think.