Ever had one of those evenings where you are racing against the clock to get things done? Afraid that if you stop and sit down you will be unable to DO all the things..
You know those things that NEED to be done.
Those things that every good mom, wife, or strong woman gets done in a day.
Those things that often keep us DOING and stop us from BEING.
What does that even mean? To BE.
I am all about ACTION VERBS.
When I read my Bible , those are the words I highlight.
GO. SET OUT. MOVE. RUN. REACH FORWARD.
Those are the commands that get me fired up. I’m like ,”Yes! Let’s do this thing!” It’s empowering.
It feels good to MOVE.
But those BEING verbs… those are hard.
Be Still. Be Strong. Be patient. Be content.
How DO you even learn to BE in the midst of all that needs to BE DONE?
Continue reading “When There is NOT ENOUGH Time to Get All the Things Done: Reframing our Not Enough Mindset”
When you think about your childhood Christmases what memories come to mind?
What FEELINGS are triggered?
For me it was our TRADITIONS. The things I came to expect because we did them year after year.
Looking back I realize how fortunate I was.
I may have grown up in a modest 1250 sq. ft. home, but the one thing my parents did that I have tried to continue for my children is the way they safeguarded Christmas for us.
Continue reading “How to Find JOY When You Don’t Feel It”
Today’s SECRET Santa gift to help you shift from overwhelm to wellness is actually a GIFT!
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Here’s how it works..
1. Comment below and share one thing you can do to get unstuck and take a baby step toward WELLENESS in 2019.
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Continue reading “What are Your Goals for WELLNESS in 2019?”
Last week I sat and listened as a young mom shared what she had been doing to encourage her 5 month old son to roll over.
She said,” He just doesn’t seem to be motivated. He is content to just lay there. “
She shared how he would grasp toys that were overhead, but she could not get him to reach across midline to get them.
As I begin working with him, presenting the toy to his hand and guiding him to follow it, I noticed what I see often;
There comes a point when we decide the work is just not worth the effort.
Continue reading “When You are TIRED of Doing it ALONE”