This time of year can be overwhelming. Let’s face it, it IS overwhelming especially when life is already busy. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed just getting through the day. When our health is compromised we’re forced to slow down! To rest during Christmas, the busiest time of year [Read more…]
Last weekend I attended The 2 to 1 Conference (referred to as 2:1) in Herndon, Virginia. The theme of the conference couldn’t have been more perfect for a group of busy homeschool moms! Our theme was Abide based on the Bible verses found in John 15. Throughout the conference, we were reminded that as we go through life, we are going to encounter circumstances which are out of our control but as we abide in Christ we learn to have joy even when life is hard.
My recent guest post, Pursuing a Happily Ever Marriage in the Real World has become one of my most popular posts. If you haven’t read it you can find it on Angel Penn’s website here.
Writing a marriage post is not an easy thing to do. It’s probably why I don’t do it very often. Apparently, posts on marriage are very much wanted and quite frankly, I’m overwhelmed with the number of post hits and shares on [Read more…]
Every little girl dreams of growing up, finding Prince Charming, having a beautiful fairy-tale wedding and living happily ever after! My husband and I just celebrated our 28th anniversary and while we’ve had fairy-tale moments, I can’t say that our life together has always been a fairy-tale. You may be newly married or have been married for many years but either way, marriage requires attention, nurture, and a whole lot of warfare. [Read more…]
A new year often brings mixed feelings, some good and some not so good. You might be hopeful that your life’s circumstances will change or that healing will finally come. You might be hoping that you’ll finally have a breakthrough in some struggle that has gripped your life or that you’ll finally have the money you need to make a dent in all those medical bills. [Read more…]
When you are diagnosed with late-stage (chronic) Lyme disease there are many things you might be tempted to do but there are at least 5 things you ABSOLUTELY MUST NOT do.
I clearly remember the day I was diagnosed with Lyme disease. It was in 2009 after a two-year-long journey of visiting doctor after doctor and suffering from very scary and very disabling symptoms. I remember the deep emotions that swept over me because of finally being validated and [Read more…]
If you’re Type A like me you might wonder what you can do to prevent stress and the negative consequences which contribute to disease and illness.
In my previous post, Why Your Type A Personality Puts You At Risk for Illness, I shared what a Type A personality is and how it can contribute to chronic illness and disease. [Read more…]