Swing? Anyone? Want to? It’s Totally Worth It.

There is a blog that I follow that I really like – she is sassy, down to earth, tell it like it is…  And today’s post has really stood out to me, because it’s in what we think, what we say and how we say that we constantly reinforce negative beliefs that hold us back… Continue reading Swing? Anyone? Want to? It’s Totally Worth It.

Cultivating Gratitude and Positive Thinking!

Why me?  There are often times I ask myself, Why do I battle with anxiety?  Why have I gone through these last terrible years?  Am I normal?  Am I the only one? And while I can see how my past has allowed the pieces of the puzzle to fit together in such a way that… Continue reading Cultivating Gratitude and Positive Thinking!

Making the Soul Shift Happen

My last blog post focused about how if you truly want change, there needs to be shift deep in your soul to allow that change to concretely take place in your life.  But, how do we make that soul-shift change? And here’s the thing – I don’t think we can do it on our own. … Continue reading Making the Soul Shift Happen

The Soul Shift

Over the last couple of weeks, Sheila Wray Gregoire has posted some thought-provoking posts on her blog, To Love, Honour and Vacuum.  In part 1 of Does God Make a Difference, I commented about the difference that God has made in my life, in my marriage, in how I view life: And so in answer… Continue reading The Soul Shift

Teaching Baby Girl that it is “okay”

Last week, I read a post from We Are That Family on 9 Things We Should Add to Our Kids Lives to Help Them, and the first point is teaching your kids that it will be okay. The words “It’s Okay” because it is.  And if it’s not, we will figure out a way to get through whatever… Continue reading Teaching Baby Girl that it is “okay”


A friend once told me, way back when I was in college, that God often deals with issues like the layers of an onion.  And keeps dealing with them until there is nothing left to peel away. Lately, my mind has been in the wild, ecstatic throes of passionate negative thinking.  And negative thinking can be addictive.… Continue reading Thoughts

Overcoming anxiety

Every now and then, I come across a post that fits in so nicely with battling anxiety – and this one from Women Abiding is one of them.  Although she is speaking about envy, it is so pertinent to battling anxiety I just had to share – although I have changed it to be more… Continue reading Overcoming anxiety