Life Tip Fridays

Decisions, Decisions

1466204142183[1]Hi guys!  Today’s Life Tip Friday has to do with making decisions.  One of things I found myself doing over the last several years was making decisions at the wrong time.  My mom actually pointed out that the majority of the time that I would make decisions, I was sleep deprived.  The decisions themselves weren’t necessarily bad, but for some of them, the timing was way off.  Ever heard timing is everything?  Well, it’s true.  For example, taking a shower in itself is great.  However, taking a shower while my toddler is awake and no one else is in the house…. not a good thing.  (By the way, that has never Continue reading “Decisions, Decisions”

Life Tip Fridays

It’s Not Too Late

1464960505276[1]Hi guys! I wanted to leave a quick note for Life Tip Fridays today. No matter where you are in life today, it’s not too late to do better or to get what you’ve wanted. I never pictured myself as one day being a divorced, single mom, but I had to learn that this isn’t all I am. It doesn’t define who I am. And just because I’m single today doesn’t mean that I’ll be single always. That was a big pill for me to swallow, because for some reason, I’ve been thinking I missed my chance to one day have a healthy, happy marriage because I had a failed marriage, and the reality is….that’s just NOT true. Continue reading “It’s Not Too Late”

Life Tip Fridays

Remain at Peace

1463762101541[1]Happy Friday, guys!  Today, I wanted to talk about how valuable your peace is.  We’ve all heard what the negative affects of stress are, and how it can take a toll on your health and well-being.  This is where I started to realize how important it is to protect your peace.  Being at peace doesn’t necessarily mean that things are quiet around you, or that there aren’t challenges you’re facing.  Being at peace means that you aren’t shaken by the things around you.  No matter what is said to you or about you, no matter what others may do to make things difficult for you, you aren’t shaken.
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