The entire world is going through unknown challenges right now. How are you handling this sudden change in your daily routine? Many of us are facing difficulties we never thought we would face. This creates emotions that sometimes cause us to react in a raw and unfiltered manner. Your job might have you covering multiple … Continue reading Unchartered Emotions
Gossip. The world loves to hear all about other people. The world enjoys sharing the ‘news’ of someone else’s hurt, pain, or difficulty. Gossip makes the devil smile. Why? Gossip is not compassionate, loving, and helpful. Gossip is damaging, hurtful, and breeds negativity. If this negative gossip continues from person to person, it magnifies and … Continue reading Gossip
As I sit at my computer, I can’t stop thinking of how often we simply take life for granted. We are all guilty of just moving through our day without noticing the gifts we are blessed with on a daily basis. Please recognize just how blessed you are to be able to be reading this … Continue reading Help one another.
What would this world be like, if we saw everyone through the eyes of Jesus? This world would have peace, love, equality, compassion and hope. There would be no judgment…no disrespect…no criticism. Imagine that. Imagine how much joy we would see surrounding us, and especially imagine how much security and stability our children would … Continue reading Hope in Jesus.
Do you ever wake up some days and just feel exhausted? The day hasn’t even begun, yet you feel completely drained. This is called emotional overload. Attempting to achieve every goal, answer every demand, or force yourself to meet unrealistic schedules…can cause us to become imbalanced. This is when we must do an assessment … Continue reading Exhausted
Simplifying life. Doesn’t that sound wonderful? Remember the days when life was less ‘filled’? My 11 year old daughter made this statement the other day. “I kind of wish life was more like it was back in the ‘Andy Griffith’ days – the 1960’s. Things were much simpler then. There wasn’t so much pressure and … Continue reading Example