In the spirit of full disclosure, I’ve never been a Warrior’s Bride. I’ve never experienced being married to an active duty military soldier. In all likelihood, I would have never picked this book up, except for the fact that two of my dear friends wrote it. But oh how I would have missed out! Continue reading
Paralyzed. Overwhelmed. Confused. Stuck. Sometimes getting started is harder than the journey itself. Dr. Randy Carlson has a solution. Do ‘One Thing’. Choose just ONE THING and do it well. That’s it. That’s all it takes to start. Continue reading
Warning! I’m pretty fired up about this! The trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey has just been released and the previous buzz over the book and series has just been reignited to an epic level. For the life of me, I cannot understand why. Continue reading
We love decluttering wasted time and frustration, so why not carry over the concept and benefit to your kitchen experience too? Check out our simple tips to prepping your favorite produce with ease! Continue reading
Recently, a good friend facilitated a connection between Lindon and I, and the founder of Becoming Minimalist, Joshua Becker. Turns out we all live in sunny Peoria, AZ, and through email, we agreed it would be interesting to get together and share our stories. And it was! Continue reading
Most men have uttered, or at least thought, “I wish my wife came with an owner’s manual!” Many women have wondered why their husbands don’t understand them or have a clue how to meet their needs. Well, ladies and gentlemen, IF you TRULY DESIRE to figure your spouse out, and are GENUINELY MOTIVATED to put a little effort in, Dr. Chapman has a surprise for you. Continue reading
It took over a year, but Lindon and I finally finished Love & Respect. You might wonder why in the world it took us so long? Well, we read it out loud…together. HUH? WHAT?
We’re laughing as we imagine the confusion you might be experiencing right now.
Yes, that’s right, we choose certain books to read together, from start to finish. Out loud. With each other. Continue reading
Who wouldn’t want to save money on the things they currently enjoy? That’s what I love about MORE MONEY in Tough Times. The authors don’t scold for enjoying comforts and non-essentials, and they don’t expect you to sell everything you own and live in a cave. They simply say, “Let’s take what you are doing now and spend less money doing it.” Continue reading
I was browsing an airport bookstore and noticed Setting Boundaries with Difficult People by Allison Bottke on the Christian rack. BINGO! Currently in the midst of some monumental challenges with a few difficult people in my life, this instantly grabbed my attention. Thank you God! Continue reading