You've all heard the saying, "Curiosity killed the cat!" But I think that little ditty is due for a revision. Comparison is the real killer, wouldn't you agree? Man, it's so funny how God works. I just taught on this topic at the Impact Women's Conference in Nevada just last month, and yet it's still … Continue reading Comparison killed the cat
So I don't care much for material things. I don't like to spend more than $50 on jeans and I wear hand me downs on the regular without shame. I shop at Target and on Facebook marketplace. I wear Tiffany's only because it's been gifted to me. I love it, don't get me wrong, but … Continue reading The house that God will build
Have you ever told yourself that you're not something that you could be? My whole life I've told myself, and anyone who mentioned the word, that I am not a runner. I'm not a runner because I don't run. I don't like to run. I don't want to run. I'm not good at running. I … Continue reading I just felt like running
9 years ago today, I said yes. No, not to getting married, but I guess you could say that I was saying yes to 'happily ever after...' On March 8, 2009, I nervously took a step into entrepreneurship. I didn't know that's exactly what I was doing at the time, but I could tell that … Continue reading 9 years
Last night was my monthly women's huddle. I have the great pleasure of leading a small group of Impact Women who are bound and determined to change their life! No small responsibility, I assure you, but I am learning just as much as they are on this path to self discovery and self mastery. And … Continue reading What’s the point?
Oh, I'm not done with Christmas, Readers! Not yet! Not even close! I wish I would have thought to do a 12 blogs of Christmas, because there is just that much, but hey- there is always next year! So for today, I want to head back to our dear friend Mary (as in Jesus' mom). … Continue reading More on Mary…
I recently had the privilege- yes, I intend that word- to attend the funeral of a beautiful friend, whom I would never have the chance to meet. Her name was Sarah. She was a mom of three- her kid's ages are similar to my three. She was a wife of 10 years- she passed just … Continue reading Anchored