When I'm around critical people, I become critical. When I'm around negative people, I develop the nasty habit of complaining. However, I'm really not critical and I can't stand complaining. I generally tend to look on the positive side of things. So why can't I help others to be encouraging, instead of letting their negativity … Continue reading Why can’t I change the culture around me?
My husband and I got married after knowing each other for a year. We could have waited until we had our finances in order, but we decided that we'd rather work together to make money than establish our own separate budgets only to combine them in the future. Two and a half years later, we're … Continue reading Finding that work-life balance
Last week, I wrote about abandoning your to-do list and giving God full control of your day. Did you try it? How did it go? At the time of writing this post, it's been six days since I've let God rewrite my to-do list. For one, I feel much more peace and joy. I'm disgusted … Continue reading What happens when you abandon your to-do list?
As a former Administrative Assistant, I enjoy my to-do lists. Checking off those little boxes makes me feel like I accomplished something today. I often like to cross things off my list, so I have a sense of truly conquering that task. But, a couple of weeks ago, God convicted me about my to-do list. … Continue reading Abandoning My To-Do List
I just wanted to update you all that I will be taking a break from my blog to focus on free writing. I can't wait to tell you all about it when I'm finished! I've been studying the topic of soul care, and as I've asked the Lord how I can better take care of … Continue reading I’m Taking a Break!
The other day, I went to a Chinese auction, completely not expecting to go to one when I had woken up that morning. It was my mom's ticket, but she was unable to go, so she gave it to me for free. Since I'd had a panic attack at work, I wasn't sure I'd be … Continue reading Crazy Favor
I generally tend to be optimistic. However, in light of my optimism, people tell me that I'm sometimes unrealistic. And when people look at the negative side, they tend to tell me that they're just being realistic. One day, when I was in college, I looked outside and said, "Wow, it's a beautiful day outside. … Continue reading Pessimism is NOT Realistic!
This post may be inappropriate for those under age 18 due to the subtle mention of sexual language. Reader discretion is advised. Yesterday was Shine a Light on Slavery Day, a day to promote the #EnditMovement (Did you wear your red X?). Today, I'm ready to share how I feel about human trafficking, not only … Continue reading The Price of a Woman
As I've started working out on a regular basis, it has reminded me of God's Spirit. I feel more in tune with God as I'm focusing on my breathing and specific muscle movement. Because there are so many spirits out there, I believe that most Christians have shied away from the spirituality of God. While … Continue reading The Spirituality of God
Intimacy with God is made possible through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ and the presence of the Holy Spirit. We are able to draw near to God when we accept Jesus' sacrifice as truth, because we now have the righteousness of Christ. A couple of weeks ago, I read Tauren Wells' devotional on the YouVersion … Continue reading Intimacy with God