What if I told you only one person would read that next blog post you wrote. That one person would sit at their computer and scroll through your words and they would take notes. They would tack some quotes to the wall. They would borrow your strength. They would make a brave decision. What if I told you one person’s life would be changed because of the words you sat down to write? Would one person be enough for you?
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I’ve wondered for a long time if joy is even possible for me as someone who deals with depression. Today I am putting the argument to bed.
I decided now was as good of a time as any to just be honest and use this space to tell you short snippets of bigger things God has been showing me this past month and things I’ve been learning about life.
Money 101 for the people who want to save more, budget more, and just have more fun with their finances in the year ahead.
If you feel like running back to what is familiar then maybe that’s a sign to dig your heels in a bit and stay a little longer.
I read recently that jealousy is born out of a feeling of inadequacy. Out of this feeling that good things will happen to other people but not to you because you’re not deserving of good things. So the solution might be simpler than we think: do something to make yourself feel adequate.
Instead of charging ahead into the year with goals all about health, fitness, productivity and business- what if we made the space to grow deeper with God? What if it wasn’t about a checkbox but simply because we wanted more of him?
I joked at my wedding and said I would write a marriage post-- just one-- every anniversary. So here it is... my 2nd annual marriage post. It’s a little late but you’ll understand why as you read on.
The following guide is for all the brides, grooms, + wedding guests wanting to make the registry count this year.