“For those who look to him for help will be radiant with joy; no shadow of shame will darken their faces. -Psalms 34:5 NLT God is pleased with you. We all go through difficult times in our lives, and this message is for women who can empathize with times of feeling broken. You may be
Good morning! I came across a quote recently that I wanted to share. “It’s okay to be happy. It’s okay to feel good. It’s okay to create abundance and surround yourself with beauty. It’s okay to change from what you have always been.” -Brooke Hampton This morning I am reflecting on how I am a
The new year is upon us, and hopefully January is a month where your calendar frees up with space for journaling and reflection. My thoughts have been on living life to the fullest and if this month’s journaling prompts were summed up in one word it would be abundance.
I like to journal about our favorite recipes and family traditions right in the midst of Christmas. Journaling when something is fresh on my mind always seems to be the most meaningful writing for me. During my morning quiet time, I was reflecting on what journaling prompts I have developed over the years to help
One topic I am asked about often is my morning routine. I think so many of us are curious about each other’s lives and our unique habits and quirks. My current routine began developing three years ago when I became determined to carve out some quiet time for myself. At that point in my life I
I am starting my journal writing series on utilizing a day planner because that is the best way for beginners to start a daily writing habit. During my busiest times, I actually write a brief daily journal entry in my day planner. This habit is not only great for beginners but wonderful for those of us who love journaling but