We live very sheltered lives. I mean we have internet, HVAC in our homes, vehicles, TV, cell phones, and all the main first world conveniences. We also have all of the #firstworldproblems - those little annoyances that nag us, annoy us, and RUIN our WHOLE day!! But do they though? . . .
1/13/19 I haven't been able to sleep well for a week or so. I can be exhausted, but my brain races for hours. It's been so frustrating and exhausting. Thursday night I had so many things racing through my head as I was finally seeing things coming together and I just started writing them all . . .
9/9/18 I think it's finally time for me to admit to myself that if I don't make some changes my sub-clinical depression is going to escalate into depression that needs real, medical attention. I've been debating help and will be talking to my doctor about it at my next visit, but I'm not ready to . . .
Sometimes life gets a little busy. We get a little overworked and overwhelmed. We forget that we have everything we need at our fingertips for our own personal happiness and joy. Sometimes we just need a reminder that we are capable of creating joy in the everyday. We are all looking for joy in . . .
What is happiness? Happiness - or joy - is that feeling I recognize as being an overwhelming sense of warmth. Happiness fills me from top to bottom and just makes my soul and my heart leap in glee! So, what's the problem? Happiness - from a social perspective I often hear or read people . . .
I see so many posts about moms who are feeling so bittersweet over how quickly summer ended and school arrived. The new school year is upon us and, frankly, for my son it couldn't come fast enough. Should I even have mom guilt over this? I honestly don't know, but I feel bad for not feeling sad . . .
I'm not sure how often people search for Christianity and business on Google. I'm not even sure it's something that I've searched for on Google, but I do know that I have talked extensively with my friends about this topic. As someone with a large number of friends who believe differently than . . .