A Happier You + Home + Biz
From the time we were little we were introduced to the idea that our happiness is obtainable once we reach this successful future we plan to create for ourselves one day. We were told in order to have a good life, we must set goals and work on accomplishing those goals, and once we do, we will be happy.
There’s no blueprint for life – it’s a journey with God. Although, God doesn’t give us specific answers to all of life’s major decisions in advance, He does provide us with direction, wisdom and make Himself available for the answers we need along the way.
Sometimes we unconsciously allow our fears to rule us, and the choices we make. Part of why this happens is that we have a hard time delving deep within ourselves, and acknowledging what most scares us.
While romantic relationships are great, there are many other kinds of relationships that we should have wisdom about. It is important to understand the different kinds of relationships and the purpose for each one.
As a full-time working mother, pastor’s wife and visionary building my God-given dreams; time and energy are hot commodities around here. Not that long ago I found myself living off of fumes and close to mental break down (I’m exaggerating but it felt like it). I had to step back and take a good look at myself and life and figure out a system that works for me.
Our prayer life is a reflection of our intimacy with Father God. If you desire to be closer to God and deepen your intimacy with Him, then you’ll need to take the time to evaluate your prayer life.
A negative mindset may be familiar to you, but it doesn’t have to win. These thoughts are not truth, and you can’t afford to let them take up residence. In this article, I want to share with you how you can send these negative thoughts packing and out the door, so that you can make room for much better things.
Prior to meeting, courting and marrying my now husband, there were two men whom I thought would one day be my “husband.” I’m immensely grateful that I listened to God when He spoke to my heart and told me not to settle. I almost did but by His grace, I didn’t.
The movies don’t tell you what to do after the wedding bells are no longer ringing, the rice blows away, and the guests have all went home and here you are, hand and hand with a man you vowed to spend the rest of your life with. Most people believe that the first year of marriage is the worst because it is the occurrence of two worlds clashing together to form one. Contrary to popular belief, this does not have to be true for your marriage.
I honestly believe writing a book doesn’t have to be hard but there’s a few things you should know before you get started. I promise after accepting these truths, you’ll not only have the right mindset to get your writing on but you’ll essentially have the steps to get your first manuscript complete!