Creating a Work Space (and Mindset) That Works For You

I’m going to start this post out today like we’re at a recovery group meeting (which is one of my favorite spaces): with confession. When I started out on this month’s topic of Spring cleaning for the home & soul I had aspirations that I weighed out and thought were do-able. I picked 4 spaces

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Making Our Rooms of Rest Places of Rest

I love makeovers. I watch shows about makeovers. I enjoy stories and photo albums that track makeovers. I join my husband in buying old Chevy trucks so we can strategize how to design makeovers on wheels. And when I have the money and time to do a makeover in our home it just may be

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How to Define and Share Your Unique Brilliance

This post is the 4th in a series all about our priorities, determining what our “main things” are and choosing to intentionally make them our main things on our weekly schedule. But before we get too deep into this week’s main thing I need to tell you something about me. I love British television. Actually

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A Soul at Rest Tends to Stay at Rest

I’ll never forget the moment the word “busy” rung in my ears like a curse word. My grandmother, whom I loved dearly, was battling stage 4 lung cancer. She had been in treatments, had lost her hair, and I lived several hours away but spent as many weekends with her as I possibly could. I

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Choosing Our Main Things and Keeping Them Main

Grizz likes to use this one line to calm me down when I find myself swirling in circles of overwhelm, with too many choices for too little time: Keep the main thing the main thing. That’s all well and fine, I remind him, but what if you don’t know what the main thing is even?

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Lessons Learned from eHarmony – 10 Married Years Later

The month of love is winding down today. For the stores at least, I hope not for you. Pastel bunnies and foil-wrapped chocolate eggs are lacing the shelves that just days earlier kissed us with the sweetest messages on candy hearts. Sugar wrapped in plastic communicating love now speak of resurrected life. What an odd

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Creating a Work Space (and Mindset) That Works For You

I’m going to start this post out today like we’re at a recovery group meeting (which is one of my favorite spaces): with confession. When I started out on this month’s topic of Spring cleaning for the home & soul I had aspirations that I weighed out and thought were do-able. I picked 4 spaces

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Making Our Closets Rooms for Adorning – Not Shaming

During this Spring month of April (in spite of some recent snow showers) we are making our way through our home and our soul to intentionally lift out what needs to go, rearrange what we need to work differently for us, and bring out what reminds us of who we are so we rest in

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Making Our Rooms of Rest Places of Rest

I love makeovers. I watch shows about makeovers. I enjoy stories and photo albums that track makeovers. I join my husband in buying old Chevy trucks so we can strategize how to design makeovers on wheels. And when I have the money and time to do a makeover in our home it just may be

Read More »

How to Define and Share Your Unique Brilliance

This post is the 4th in a series all about our priorities, determining what our “main things” are and choosing to intentionally make them our main things on our weekly schedule. But before we get too deep into this week’s main thing I need to tell you something about me. I love British television. Actually

Read More »

A Soul at Rest Tends to Stay at Rest

I’ll never forget the moment the word “busy” rung in my ears like a curse word. My grandmother, whom I loved dearly, was battling stage 4 lung cancer. She had been in treatments, had lost her hair, and I lived several hours away but spent as many weekends with her as I possibly could. I

Read More »

Choosing Our Main Things and Keeping Them Main

Grizz likes to use this one line to calm me down when I find myself swirling in circles of overwhelm, with too many choices for too little time: Keep the main thing the main thing. That’s all well and fine, I remind him, but what if you don’t know what the main thing is even?

Read More »

Lessons Learned from eHarmony – 10 Married Years Later

The month of love is winding down today. For the stores at least, I hope not for you. Pastel bunnies and foil-wrapped chocolate eggs are lacing the shelves that just days earlier kissed us with the sweetest messages on candy hearts. Sugar wrapped in plastic communicating love now speak of resurrected life. What an odd

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