Blog: 30 Days of Coping Strategies

As parents, doesn’t it seems like every day presents itself with some reason to use some coping strategy? Dr. Shefali Tsabari has said, “You have to see the beauty of what your children are doing for you. They’re here to lambast your ego into smithereens.” Just today — the day I’m writing this — I…

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Blog: To Be Whatever We Think About

This post contains affiliate links. Click here to read my disclosure statement. My kids have an audio presentation called Brite Music – Safety Kids (not an affiliate), and they have learned some important safety principles along with some fun songs! There is this one song that goes, “I think that we will all turn out to…

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Blog: Our Two Brains

This post contains affiliate links. Click here to read my full disclosure. I read this book by Kristen Jensen called “Good Pictures, Bad Pictures.” While it is a book about how to talk to your small kids about the affects of pornography in an innocent and cool way, I want to talk about the part of the…

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Blog: Serenity Deception

This Post Contains Affiliate Links I started reading this book “Influencer: The Power to Change Anything” by Kerry Patterson et al. The opening of the book covers a topic that Michael and I have been discussing a lot lately, and this book says it so, very well. Through the trials that Michael and I have…

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Blog: Led By Your Dreams

As I have discovered family culture and what it means to me, I have had the dawning realization that Michael and I have not been as intentional as we have though we were. In our twelve-plus years of marriage, we have been coasting on the ambition and hopes of our parents and societal expectations.  More…

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