Being a mom is a unique and fulfilling experience that comes with its own set of challenges and rewards. From the moment you hold your baby in your arms for the first time, you realize that your life has changed forever. You are now responsible for the care and well-being of another human being, andContinue reading “Mothers Day 2023”
Category Archives: Personal Development
Page 4 of 365 – Wordless Wednesday
To create a new day
I recently fell upon an article called What ‘Groundhog Day’ Can Teach Us About The Power of Personal Development. It’s an old one from February 2016 and when you think about the movie you wouldn’t remember that it could bring about such deep thinking, but it really it makes you think. The article comes toContinue reading “To create a new day”
Book 1/52. Finished.
One of my goals this year is to read the whole bible. Today I was listing to my reading plan on my app and Luke 8:10 spoke to me… “He said, “The knowledge of the secrets of the kingdom of God has been given to you, but to others I speak in parables, so that,Continue reading “Luke 8:10”
In the New Year, set aside just 5 minutes a day to have your best year ever | Fox News
What if one daily practice could end up helping you with all your goals. And what if it could be done in just five minutes each day? — Read on http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/new-year-5-minutes-best-year-rick-mcdaniel
Are we there yet?
If you sit and reflect on your life as a MomMe, at what point did you feel you “made it?” I have moments where I feel like I’ve got this stuff all figured out and then something happens and I’m right back at square one! Lately I feel like I have no idea what I’mContinue reading “Are we there yet?”
Conversation starters with God
After my kids were struggling with “learning to pray” I found this… blog.youversion.com/2021/09/conversation-starters-with-god/
The No. 1 emotional intelligence skill parents should be teaching kids: Neuroscientist and parenting expert
Kids are more likely to succeed in life if parents help them cultivate emotional intelligence starting at a young age, neuroscientist William Stixrud says. — Read on http://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/07/the-emotional-intelligence-skill-parents-need-to-teach-kids-according-to-parenting-experts.html
Sabbath. My kids are starting a new Christian school so I decided to watch Sunday services today to see what types of things they’d be learning. Loving the message this morning so I thought I’d share.