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Romans 12:2
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Routines Are Good For The Littles

Things are just a little cray cray in our world right now. What can you do to help the littles in your life not just ‘deal with it all’, but actually thrive in spite of it all? A FUN and … Continue reading

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Impress Your Friends Without Trying

‘Leftovers’ get a bad rap, and sometimes deservedly so. When all you’ve got left is garbage because your priorities are out of order and you’re making poor decisions, your leftovers are a sign of disrespect. Unimportance. But in my book, serving leftovers is a serious compliment and reserved only for the best of the best. Continue reading

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Bondage by Blanket

It’s challenging to part with items that you believe bring you comfort. We sometimes have a false or warped sense of security. Do you feel more secure being surrounded by an abundance of the same item? Do you live in fear of “not having enough” or “not being able to replace”? Do these concerns influence the decisions you make? Continue reading

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Who’s Your Daddy?

Father’s Day always brings about a strange array of emotions for me. On one hand, I’m incredibly touched when I hear sons and daughters sharing expressions of love, adoration, respect and gratitude for their fathers and daddies. On the other hand, these expressions are frankly, well, a bit irritating. Continue reading

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