Self-care does not just happen, especially for busy moms in the trenches. But with intentional steps, we can make it happen. What step will you take today?
Discouraged about stuff that doesn’t get done? Do whatcha can with whatcha got, girlfriend. Scripture says we have everything we need in Christ to do God’s will. Own it, believe it, and keep abiding.
Spread too thin? Stop beating yourself up! You’ll be humbled at how much more He can accomplish than you *ever* could in your own strength.
10 Ways Bible study calms overwhelmed moms; Learn to study and interpret Scripture on your own and grow your faith with short bursts of time in the Word.
My job is not to worry about the future..my job is to do the next thing today that I think God is calling me to do, with faith that when I get to tomorrow, new mercies will be waiting for me from the Mercy-Giver.
How to handle tension with the 60-second tension-tamer when feeling emotional stress. Turn anger, anxiety, or discouragement around with this stress buster!
Dear creative mom, you can find time for your passion! Your soul needs room to breathe and carry out your vision. 4 key tips from a mom of 6 that will help!
Are you seeking God’s will for your life? A mom often finds herself in seasons of transition, wondering what to do. Worry over questions like, “How do I rear my child in this phase?”, “Should I homeschool?”, and, “What can I do to help with income” leap to the foreground. So what’s the best way to decide? Seeking God’s will …
Lacking patience? Most moms do, girl. Here’s 5 ways to deal with stress better and and allow stress to be a patience developing tool! Perspective is the key for moms with short tempers.
We moms worry about our kids, and sometimes our minds won’t stop – but we can counteract fear with God’s help. Here’s my scary story and how God used it to teach me how to find His peace.
Have you ever thought to spring clean your mind for focus? Spring cleaning – I just love the thought of those two little words! My mind’s eye pictures sun-dappled, gleaming floors; light streaming through sparkling glass windows. White vases, laden with tulips, flank clean kitchen counters. A gentle breeze from the freshly swept deck wafts a subtle fragrance of potted …
“He trusted in God”; human rationalization in the face of grief. Actual answers to prayer from Scripture for support and comfort through emotionally hard times dealing with loss, pain, and suffering. It’s so tough to trust God, but here is a heart-felt prayer for the hurting.
Dear mom, how to cope when you need adult interaction. Lessons from Jesus for moms who struggle with the frustration of the never-ending neediness of kids.
How can I stop yelling at my kids? Start the path to freedom with the free 5-day Yell-Free Blueprint and learn the first steps to becoming a yell-free mama.
5 reassuring verses that God hears your prayers. Scripture encouragement for the overwhelmed, stressed-out, or desperate mom. Including Scripture prayers.
Start your own personal 30-day Couch to Knee (C2K) Prayer Challenge and deepen your prayer life today! Scripture prayers, prayer prompts, and knee prayer.
Dear mom, I know you wish you could leave your regrets behind. You should have spent more time reading Dr. Seuss and Goodnight Moon. You should have been a stay-at-home mom You should have spoken softer (as in – not yelled) You should have made them stick with piano You should have let them quit piano You should have home …
Good morning, my peeps! Welcome to Tuesday Talk, a link-up geared toward mamas of all ages, with information on parenting crafting homeschooling schooling DIY cooking marriage fashion faith and all things in between! This is a GREAT group of gals who admit to occasional parenting failures, social awkwardness, and recipe flops. In essence: these girlfriends are the real deal. …
How to actually achieve godly goals and gain victory; motivation and inspiration for setting long-term personal life goals.
Hi mama. I have one thing I really want to tell you today. It’s this: make a decision. Stop worrying, stop analyzing, and stop fearing. Nip it in the bud, Ange. “It’s better to go through the wrong door with your best self than the best door with your wrong self. Sometimes the way in which I go through …
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