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Routine isn’t boring, it’s an act of self care |

This is a really nice short read. It’s a thoughtful piece about what it means to keep and have a routine! I really like the things mentioned, and I think I could definitely use a better more self-care oriented routine… This is especially true for me considering how stretched thin I’ve been lately. 14 more words

Mental Health

STRATEGY FOR PERSONAL GROWTH

Victor E. Frankln once said, “When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” The challenge to change a situation no matter how terrible is not difficult as the challenge to change ourselves. 445 more words

PERSONAL GROWTH

Content Creation: Not for the Faint of Heart

You might have heard it said, “Content is king.”                                      

In this digital age, most of us either have our tablet or phone within arm’s reach every minute of the day.  210 more words

Content

When there's nothing to say.

Sometimes you have said all that you can say and done all that you can do, and the outcome seems murky at best.  Few times in life is the battle anything short of a thousand-year war, rarely is the race documented by splits.   640 more words

New Testament

“After proclaiming the Message in Derbe and establishing a strong core of disciples, they retraced their steps to Lystra, then Iconium, and then Antioch, putting muscle and sinew in the lives of the disciples, urging them to stick with what they had begun to believe and not quit, making it clear to them that it wouldn’t be easy: ‘Anyone signing up for the kingdom of God has to go through plenty of hard times.'” (Acts 14:21-22, The Message) 103 more words

Badass Unicorns

In a couple of weeks, I leave a great team and company, for an even better team and company.  Let’s just say, all the sweat and tears the past couple of years, trying to get out of an industry I thought I’d be stuck in forever, is now paying off.   9 more words

Blog

Pleasing God

“So we make it our goal to please him”

(2 Corinthians 5:9)

Reflection:
The greatest decision in life is whether to please God or to please ourselves. 256 more words

Christianity