I have a confession to make: My mind is sometimes all over the place. Okay, mostly..all over the place. This series you are reading? Yeah, I needed it. Bad. My creative mind is like a cheetah on steroids some days, with new ideas and photographic visions. And I really want a rubber pencil. If they … More When a blogger wants to stop writing all over the proverbial map.
I had a vision in my head of where my blog was headed. Journal out, pen scrambling to keep up with my thoughts, the ideas were burning in my heart like a marshmallow over an open fire. Inspired and energized, I was so thankful God was answering my prayers. I closed my book and … More How to kick comparison to the curb and stay the course when every message seems to pull at you.
This blogger-mom is pulling the plug on pressure. I am talking to myself differently these days God will lead me one step at a time. No need to stay wound up in a tight ball. No need to attempt to get over every writing hurdle in one day. I can say this because I tried … More When a blogger-mom can’t move as fast she wants to.
Love Across the Phone Line My head dropped. Still not coming home? I laid the phone down and it surfaced. The gushing river of tears. The phone rang again and I tried to get it together. Don’t like making him feel any worse than he already does when these things happen. He was calling back … More For Spouses Separated by Distance: A Daily Prayer for Guidance
I discovered 2 priceless ways to invest in the gifted passion God has given me and it always comes back 100 fold. *You can apply any of these principles to whatever talent you have and want to grow. I did this when teaching myself how to play the guitar via YouTube. You can also … More 2 Fail-proof ways to invest in your God-given calling for free.
// So quiet you could here a pin drop, I tiptoed into the kitchen to pour water into the coffee pot. Start. I pulled up the blind near my favorite corner of the sofa. I took a deep breath in. Made it in time. Pulling out my phone, I headed for the front door. Cracking … More A Morning Meeting.
It was forty-five minutes past midnight as the screen from the laptop kept my face lit up while I pounded out another thousand words onto the white page. I just couldn’t stop. Once I had an idea in my head, I had to get it down or I’d forget. Only thing was, the next morning … More A blogger’s best tip when dealing with overload.