One thing I tried really hard to focus on last year was, creating a peaceful home. To me, a peaceful home is one where everyone knows what’s expected from them and where everyone feels comfortable and safe to be who they are.One where everyone feels respected and they themselves respect each other.One with no yellingContinue reading “Creating a Peaceful Home: Routines and Rhythms”
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Just strolling into 2022!
Its commonplace for me to roll into the new year with all my intentions set, ready to springboard myself into a renewed purpose for the year ahead. I have to say, though, it’s not been that way this year.
Honestly, I am proud of myself for getting through last year in one piece!
Shine Your Light At Work!
I realise that my place of work is my ministry also. There is harvest at my job and I need to walk through those doors every day with my heart mission-ready. A few months ago, I asked a co- worker of mine, in usual conversation, how they were doing? They replied that they weren’t feelingContinue reading “Shine Your Light At Work!”
Funny enough, this ended up being the word of the week in our family devotions this week. The Cambridge dictionary defines complacency as ‘a feeling of calm satisfaction with your own abilities or situation that prevents one from trying harder.’ We dream. We plan, but LIFE happens, and sometimes we become complacent. We want toContinue reading “Final #5:Complacency”
Destroying MOM FEARS with TRUTH- Part III
I am in a season of life right now where I can’t seem to keep up with the leaps and bounds are growing physically, and mentally. I keep thinking about possible ways to allow them to grow and mature while keeping them tied to my hip. I keep thinking about how I wish I couldContinue reading “Destroying MOM FEARS with TRUTH- Part III”
Sit. Stay……. Rest.
I’ve learnt that sometimes you have to remove yourself from the craziness, but remain in His Presence, in His shadow and under His wings.
6 reasons to start journals for your kids
A few months ago, I started journals for both my girls. I am no stranger to journaling. I have been writing journals from as young as 10 probably. It’s always been a way for me to clear my mind and refocus on what is important. Journaling also allows me to release and work through everyContinue reading “6 reasons to start journals for your kids”
BE the one to kick ‘comfortable’ to the curb!
I always use to think that one should grow within the area of their strengths. I believed that one should develop what you’re good at, follow your natural talents and abilities because those were the areas you would excel in and more likely to be successful in. With this mindset I began to approach variousContinue reading “BE the one to kick ‘comfortable’ to the curb!”