How many of these declarations have you said or heard recently: I would be much happier if I could lose _____ pounds. Her house looks so perfect. Do kids even live there? I wish my house would look half as nice. I tried another recipe from Pinterest. Fail! And my kids complained about it. Dinner … Continue reading In Pursuit of Perfection
Back in February, I walked away from Facebook. I deactivated my account and didn't look back! In July, I made a slow return. My grandfather passed away and I found myself logging on to read the heartfelt comments left on my and my family member's posts about my beloved grandpa. It did not take long for the … Continue reading social MEdia
I look around and feel overwhelmed by messages telling me I’m “not enough.” Not skinny enough, parenting well enough, putting enough effort into my home, spending enough time with my spouse, giving my children enough experiences, etc. It. Is. Exhausting. Overwhelming. Social media accelerates these messages when I mindlessly scroll through feeds and see what everyone … Continue reading Hey Momma, It’s Okay . . .
Deactivate Facebook. My heart sunk as the words fluttered through my mind. I knew God spoke this command to me. I would not come up with it on my own! Set time limits on Facebook sounds like me. Quit Facebook? That's the Holy Spirit, friend. I wrestled with God on this Saturday morning. I was … Continue reading Why I Quit Facebook