Physical Wellness Goals and History

As I mentioned last time, in my wellness plan, July is the first month of the 18-month journey I'm undertaking to restore my physical health. I'll be working on monthly challenges to create healthy habits that will lead to a healthy lifestyle. The challenge for July was to drink more water. But before I get... Continue Reading →

Thriving in Chaos

That is exactly what I've been trying to do the last couple months. Our family moved at the beginning of July. We moved about an hour away from the city we were living in. I have to say that the move itself went very well. It went quite smoothly thanks to the help of our... Continue Reading →

A Focused Faith

I've always wanted to wear glasses. I just love the look of them; like jewelry for the face. Sadly (I say that lightly), I had great eyesight. That is, until I hit my late thirties and suddenly couldn't see too well into the distance. It was blurry and out of focus, especially at night. My... Continue Reading →

Physical Wellness – The Plan…

In late March, I mentioned that I would be switching my wellness focus. After working on the spiritual and emotional aspects over the last two years, I've learned and grown a lot, and created healthy habits to maintain that part of my wellbeing. So, I have since switched my focus to the physical. I started... Continue Reading →

Sing Through the Pain

The song on repeat lately is "I Could Sing of Your Love Forever". Written by Martin Smith. I've been loving this rendition by Shane & Shane. Over the mountains and the seaYour river runs with love for meAnd I will open up my heartAnd let The Healer set me freeI'm happy to be in the... Continue Reading →

Put on Jesus

I've been thinking about what it means to 'put on Christ'. ... it is already the hour for you to wake up from sleep, because now our salvation is nearer than when we first believed. The night is nearly over, and the day is near; so let us discard the deeds of darkness and put on the armour of light... put... Continue Reading →

Overthinking and Unmotivated

The first quarter of the year is always a much busier time for our family. By the end of April, I'm usually drained and feeling a bit burnt out. This year wasn't too bad actually because our youngest child is now almost five, but the addition of our home search in late March added to... Continue Reading →

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