Learning to Trust What You Cannot See or Know

Trust without knowing Have you ever wondered what it would be like to fully trust God when you cannot see or know what is up ahead?  I know I have!  I am here to share my journey of trusting without knowing. A wise friend just recently encouraged me to get back to my passion and…

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Living a Fulfilling Life as an Empty Nester

Empty Nest Syndrome? If you are transitioning into being an empty nester, you do not have to dread and anticipate a life of depression, lack of purpose, or loneliness. So often when kids go off to college or begin a life in their own home,  parents tend to see themselves and their family structure as…

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You are created by God and Deeply Loved

YOU are God’s Beautiful Creation and you are loved by God! You are a Masterpiece created by your Heavenly Father with care and every part of you was created with intention and pride.  You are loved deeply. The artist takes pride Imagine how an artist envisions their finished product and takes such care to create each…

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5 tips to resilience to confidence using wisdom from athletes

Recently, resilience and confidence were displayed to me in a very powerful way. During the summers I have the privilege of spending a lot of time with a neat group of young ladies who play competitive softball and display resilience and confidence on a daily basis. During their last tournament I decided to do some…

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4 Tips to Confidence Through Self Love

The voices. Confident self love is a journey. They speak boldly and confidently. They cry out in anguish. Their words cut deep into your soul without apologies. They search for a place to dwell and settle in as if they belong. Those are the voices of negative self-talk. They seem comfortable.  Even seeming to make…

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It’s not about being Skinny

I was skinny I remember growing up and being VERY skinny until well into my adult years. But I never saw skinny. I always saw fat and curves that I didn’t like. I used to pinch my thighs or my hips in disgust. It was always very important to me to be skinny. You see,…

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It’s OK to Grieve

Remembering the Day… The past few weeks have brought loss to my friends and family and caused me to reflect on losing my mother a few months ago.  I remember the last few hours spent by her bedside listening to the heavy rattling of her lungs and watching her reach to the sky as she…

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