Do you ever get so caught up “taking care of things” that you forget to take care of yourself? This Stabilizing Mechanism might just do the trick!
Want to take the first step on a big project? Here’s a simple process to help you out! (Because TODAY is the day to be brave.)
I know, I know… There are a million reasons to procrastinate those “really hard” things. But you want more out of life, right? So let’s work on this together.
It’s totally common to feel overwhelmed by “everything there is to do”, and sometimes it seems like our goals are simply not possible to attain. Today let’s take a step back and review six key reminders that will help us to see things as they really are.
I (April) used to avoid any conversation that involved “budgets.” This incredible conversation with Rachel Ramsey Cruze TOTALLY inspired me. Come listen and then see actual screen shots from our family budget to see how we put things together!
If you feel the need for “more God” in your life, or if you’d like to know what has helped others to get answers and direction from a power beyond their own, you’ll love today’s podcast featuring principle-based ideas that can help each of us to articulate meaningful questions, invest serious time in scripture study, and connect with God on a daily basis.
There is no way that any of us can implement every good strategy–perfectly, and all at the same time. But that doesn’t mean we give up. It means we shift our perspective.
If we do not prioritize our lives, someone else will. And if we do not consciously choose to live lives that matter, excellence will not simply “happen.”
Dave Ramsey’s Smart Conference was one of the best we’ve ever attended. We know it’s not always easy to get away for a full day, so we sat down and went through the highlights from our notes so you can get the benefits right along with us!
Today is January 1st!! It really doesn’t matter what your smartphone, desktop icons, or traditional flip-over calendar shows you—Today IS January 1st! (And yes, I realize this article is dated and posted on December 30th—but I still affirm that Today is January 1st.) And do you know why?? I’ll Start Tomorrow… It’s because, as humans,