3 Ingeniously Practical Ways to Expand Your Resources in 2020Congratulations on another New Year! Are you ready to discover 3 Ingenius Practical Ways to Expand Your Resources in 2020? My Facebook feed is full of posts promising that THIS year is going to be the breakthrough year. The year of 2020 vision. The end of the struggle...
17 Profound Ways to Prevent Burnout During the HolidaysThis is the second article in Leaving Busy's series on: In the Christian community, Christmas is traditionally celebrated on December 25th as a religious holiday commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. However, in the marketing world, preparing for celebrations is...
Choosing Life, Community & Forgiveness
There is pro-choice rhetoric that claims pro-life advocates of having little interest in the wellbeing of mother and babe past the initial decision to decline abortion. This story is a celebration of the community that rallied around my mom and me in my first years of life, a violation of trust and innocence and how ultimately love and forgiveness overcomes all.
9 Fantastic Reasons to Use Essential Oils (and a FREE E-Book with 10 Favourite Recipes to Get You Started!)
Essential Oils. Even 2 decades ago I had never heard the term. I certainly had no idea that I would not only try them but come to love and share them with friends as well.
Stretching The Truth About Fitness
In this stage of fitness repentance, stretching is full of awkward reminders that my late-forties body doesn’t move like it did a couple decades ago.
KonMari Your Heart: The Life-Changing Power of Forgiveness
What if we looked inward and applied the same decluttering principles to our hearts as we did our homes? What would that look like? It is totally possible to overhaul heaps of useless junk that is smothering our most sacred space with a series of simple, practical steps through the life-changing power of forgiveness.
I’m convinced that unresolved conflict is a major cause of poor mental health and that confrontation that leads to healing can be the best elixir to a troubled soul. Yet even the word “confrontation” brings a sense of adversity, does it not?
The truth is that conflict doesn’t have to be adversarial! Addressing offences can be loving and gentle. Healing confrontation is the portal where vulnerability and greater understanding merge to create unity and growth.