Caught your interest with that one huh? Good. Keep reading. I'm currently participating in my first church small group. It's a 5 week journey called Obsessed. Leave. Your. Mark. The Week 2 Message was on the Three C's: Comfort, Comparison, and Control. Take a guess at which one I need to work on. After I finished … Continue reading that time I brought a sex toy to small group for church.
If I don't have the courage to share this with a larger audience, how can I expect or inspire others to do the same?
Happy February to you! and Congrats to me for surviving 30 days of fasting meat, alcohol, and social media. On the last evening of our fast my husband and I did a toast with white cranberry peach juice in our wine glasses and reflected on our 30 days of fasting. I thought I'd share a few … Continue reading reflecting on 30 days of fasting.
I'm reading this book Artist's Way to help me with my creative journey. My best friend recommended this book back when I was living in Georgia in response to me saying that I'm not a creative person. I only read the intro and first chapter back then and used the excuse "This is work. I don't have … Continue reading fuck dr. hayes.
You may have read about my love-hate relationship with New Year's resolutions here. If not, I may have mentioned I'm striving for healthy mind, body, soul. It's interesting how quickly I forgot I said that in that blog post. Maybe that's the reason why we all suck at sticking to our resolutions, we conveniently forget … Continue reading a theme or 4 for 2018.
Hey y'all! Hope your January has been absolutely fabulous so far! I have no complaints, and that is a beautiful thing. Almost half way done with my fast. For those not up to date, I gave up meat, alcohol, and social media (FB, IG, and GroupMe) for the month of January. Click for more details. … Continue reading new year fast update – day 12.
It’s time for resolutions and telling ourselves we’re going to get rid of bad habits and replace them with good ones. And in 2-4 weeks we will fall off and tell ourselves that we’ll try again next Monday, next month or next year. I don’t particularly care for New Year's resolutions and the whole new year … Continue reading fasting in the new year.
Happy New Year! I have a suggestion. Let’s take all that pretty Christmas wrapping paper and wrap up 2017, put a sparkly red bow on it and set it on a shelf next to a trophy, or diploma, or some other beautiful token that represents achievement. Don’t get rid of it. Just set it there. … Continue reading 2017. a recap.