While it is difficult to get away for a full weekend, it is still important and desirable to decompress and come back to center. On occasion, it is necessary to refill our spiritual self so that we can continue to pour out into our daily obligations and loves. As women, we possess the "feminine genius."… Continue reading Realign Your Compass Mini-Retreat
I once read a book by a Rabbi, I forget the name of the book, but in it, he asked a powerful question,"What kind of person do you want to be?" He used this simple question to help his children navigate life and their decision making. When they made choices that were wrong, displayed negative… Continue reading What I Learned from a Rabbi and How it Helped me Become a Better Parent and Live an Intentional Life
This article contains affiliate links. A book review. Anyone who puts a burnt chicken on the front cover of their book has my attention. It is a completely relatable item, burned food. I felt an immediate kindred mother spirit with Jennifer Fulwiler before I even read the first page of her book, One Beautiful… Continue reading What Does the Blue Flame Have to Do with Burnt Chicken
Priority: something given or meriting attention before competing alternatives. What is your priority? What is your number one? Is it God, family, spouse, work, or something else. What is your number two and three priority? Why are these so important to you? When you think of them, how do you feel? Now, consider this... what… Continue reading Word of the Day: Priority
What if the acorn was afraid of change? The tiny acorn does not fear the future. It knows that within itself there is greatness. The sapling does not ask, “Is this enough, can I stop growing now?” The ancient oak does not falter and say, “I am ready to retire, can I just be a… Continue reading What if the Acorn was Afraid of Change?