Whoever loves money never has enough; whoever loves wealth is never satisfied with their income. This too is meaningless.Ecclesiastes 5:10 In the past few weeks I've dedicated more time to myself and as a result, I've written less. I've picked up a few habits that are reshaping my way of thinking. I've started coupon clipping- … Continue reading Saving $ – Coupon Fun
Who am I? Three words asking one seemingly simple question. Fear of judgment causes us to hold back or the need of acceptance pushes us to exaggerate our responses. We wear masks to survive and risk forgetting who we truly are instead of being true to ourselves and honest about our situations. There’s a stigma … Continue reading Masquerade
I've heard this and said this countless times, "let's agree to disagree." In all honesty, it’s easier said than done, especially when the stakes of the argument are high. What if the disagreement is regarding an injustice, agree to disagree - and pretend everything is ok? I don't think so! Our approach to our differences … Continue reading Agree to Disagree – Who Am I Kidding?
We pray for guidance and clarity, we ask God many questions, but we don’t always pause to shut off OUR voice, and allow God’s voice to speak. In silence, I’ve found spiritual strength to dominate certain human tendencies which tend to fill me with anxiety. I want the world’s take on my situation; advice from … Continue reading Silence with God
Would you still hold on to God if you lost all that you have? Is your faith enough? Sometimes God allows us to lose the things we hold on to the most so that we can hold on to Him, allowing Him to steer us in a different direction. Many times we ask God why … Continue reading Unbreakable Faith
“Sensitive people are the most genuine and honest people you will ever meet. There is nothing they won’t tell you about themselves if they trust your kindness. However, the moment you betray them, reject them or devalue them, they become the worse type of person. Unfortunately, they end up hurting themselves in the long run. … Continue reading Slogging through the tears
At first, taking the high road and doing right by God may not feel good. Many believe that being a Christian is easy. Somehow our faith makes our problems and pain go away, but this is only a half-truth. It makes our problems and pain bearable. Pain and suffering don't always have a good reason, … Continue reading Perplexed by Doing Right