I know, I know, I haven't been blogging lately. I'm still adjusting to life as a working momma. It hasn't been easy. For awhile there, I just gave up all of the maintenance. Laundry piled up for weeks, messes scattering rooms, more than that, I hadn't flipped a Bible page, I missed a few church … Continue reading My Best Advice
I've been busy with the baby and cleaning today. My space got messy over the weekend so I've been tidying up whenever the princess gave me permission. Anyhow, that means I'm going to use a quote for today's motivation. Yeah, I know, Monday is already over. Come back to this post tomorrow morning 🙂 From … Continue reading Keep it Clean
Sure, I love to write and can easily fill journal pages. I like words, I do, I do. Yet, my blog is still not where I want it to be. It must be time to change things up around here. What do I do? Other blogs and articles loaded with blogging advice all say the same thing.
I feel things shifting in my life and it's clearly time for change. I lamented about my boredom and exhaustion with my writing. And today, I feel recharged. Not to write anything particular, haha. I'm recharged because God has been giving me important dreams lately. Last night I received one that has instructed me to … Continue reading Go to Prayer
Nostalgia is a human memory phenomenon. Defined as "a wistful affection for the past," wistful meaning "full of desire tinged with melancholy." We talk about the past as if it was our high school sweetheart. Even if the sweetheart was not sweet. That's usually the case, today is just another departure from the good old … Continue reading The Sin of Nostalgia
The world is so broad, how do we set boundaries against massive force of possibilities? Establishing boundaries for your self is a great place to start. Once you have a reasonable understanding about your own identity, your interests, your beliefs and you've managed your time to protect these things, you'll find that boundaries still need … Continue reading Setting Boundaries: the World
I spent 14 hours in active labor. I was in what they call "Labor Land." Which means that everything in the real world was blurred by complete immersion into my body. The sensations take over your whole body so there is no ability to recognize and interpret the surrounding environment. And it's true, people will … Continue reading Labor of Love