I am solar-powered. If the sun is hidden behind a gloomy, clouded sky, I tend to feel sluggish and hibernate. But when the sun comes out--I just can't get enough of it! A little Vitamin D and sunlight can put me in a whole new mood. Today I pushed the kids in the stroller and … Continue reading SUMMER TIME FUN
Just humble-bragging about my husband's message to his Bible Study Group this week...some food for thought: Brothers, I apologize for the extremely late post. We read today about The resurrection story yet again and for me I am still pumped about Easter. What a great holiday where we celebrate awesomeness. Trying not to … Continue reading Still celebrating Easter
Check out some fitness articles (link below) I wrote back in the day for skinnymom.com...these tips are STILL relevant and include fitness tips, nutrition, and how I lost the baby weight after having my first baby: http://www.skinnymom.com/author/mrs-motivated/
As a Catholic, I can appreciate the benefits of Confession. At the very minimum, a person feels a whole lot lighter walking out of the confession room or booth, or what have you. Physically, it feels like a weight has been lifted. At best, you recognize your soul is healing, and you are on the … Continue reading Confessions of a Sinner
I am excited for the future. Right now is a good season for me, or at least that's how I am seeing it today. https://www.instagram.com/thesmartblonde86/ Check this out! I am starting a personal training career while homeschooling my two kids. Things will be busy, but they will be GOOD! I am excited to have finished … Continue reading LAUNCHING A NEW SITE!!!
Why struggle with maps, compasses, signs, when you can utilize your GPS, right? So why do we ask the opinions of peers, peer over celebrity Instagram posts, or seek influences and inspiration from places that contradict the ways of the Lord? The ultimate road map for living in this world is Scripture. Just like our … Continue reading Navigating through life
The Christian Church, no matter what the denomination, should model their behavior after Christ. After all, the root word of Christian is Christ. Yet, even Christians fail, and sin, and act more like the Pharisees and Saducees of Jesus' time than Jesus Christ. I struggle with judging others, though I know Matthew 7 points out … Continue reading Have you been wronged by the Church?