Journal entry: [As part of the “BEAUTIFUL YOU” project and it’s purpose, I thought it very fitting to disclose my own struggle with approval & validation, with this very personal journal entry.] Date of entry: 2. 17. 14
Many times in life we can find ourselves living in someone else’s expectation for our lives or our own and before we know it we become weary, lost and lack the passion in our lives we once had. This podcast will help settle you in a place of peace no matter where you are in
Do you live your life for the approval of others or according to your own convictions and values? If you are stuck in “approval mode”, this nugget of inspiration can get you out of the mire and on the road to embracing who you really are and want to be!!! LISTEN NOW
When you’ve been alive for 56 years, you learn a lot. Mostly from the things that went wrong than from things that went right. I have learned more from my failures than my successes. Don’t get me wrong, there are lessons to be had on both sides of the coin, but it seems like the
Since the age of 8 when I picked up my first plastic play guitar in a hospital room, then at the age of 14 getting a real guitar, I began writing songs and haven’t ever stopped.
This perpetual cycle of lies is one of greatest tactics of our enemy. Why? Because it works so well.
As I opened my eyes this morning and slumber left my soul, these words spoke silently to me: “Glitter- proof”. Now, I don’t normally think about glitter or work with glitter nor have I been near anything glittery for years! Except at Christmas time, hanging tinsel or lights. Ah, there was that Christmas decorating project
I received a phone call in early September that after 10 years of fighting brain cancer, my sister, Teresa had passed away. Her journey over the last few years had been especially challenging and I hated that I lived so far away from her. Please continue to keep our family in your prayers and her immediate
I have heard the term “broken” many times. It’s almost cliché and stripped of its impact due to overuse. But in the personal lives of people who experience it, its impact is still very much alive.
So, I’m learning to be a daughter of God.