Start with Me

A few weeks ago, I shared how we should start our years off on the same page as our spouse. We don't have to be the same person, but we do have to make an effort to compromise and share goals with each other. The best way to get on the same page as your … Continue reading Start with Me

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How to Help Your Spouse Overcome the Holiday Blues

Hey everyone! Happy Marriage Monday. I had the privilege of guest blogging for Crystal Twaddell's blog Made for Brave. I discussed the reality of the holiday blues and how we can focus on the true meaning of Christmas to combat these unmet expectations. Check it out this week at this link when you have the … Continue reading How to Help Your Spouse Overcome the Holiday Blues

Encouragement for Those Who Are Sick of “The Question”

We newlyweds get this question all the time, especially at holidays: "When are you going to have kids?" This question is particularly challenging because, I've noticed, there isn't a lot of Christian material out there for just Christian wives. I'm reading a book now that talks about being a confident woman, but the author dedicates several chapters … Continue reading Encouragement for Those Who Are Sick of “The Question”

Dealing with Difficult People: Is it Me?

Last month, I wrote a post on dealing with difficult people, about how we should have more understanding toward those people. We're so quick to attack, judge, and cut them out of our lives that we don't think about the positives that those people bring to our lives. Eventually with this series, I will discuss … Continue reading Dealing with Difficult People: Is it Me?