A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about goal-setting, which led to a full bucket list of future plans. While working toward checking things off of it, I was intrigued by another blog that posts monthly goals. Inspired by lists of all kinds, “Waste Not, Want Not” was quickly born! Classically, the idiom is expressing how if … More Waste Not, Want Not: April
It was nearly twenty years ago, in 1997, when John Elway led the Denver Broncos to their first Super Bowl victory. That was the year I decided I didn’t want to follow my father’s footsteps and be another Pittsburgh Steelers fan in No-where-sville, Pennsylvania. My nine year old self was proud to have chosen a … More How the Super Bowl made me Question my Faith
Welcome back! I hope you all enjoyed your Christmases with family and friends. What did I get for Christmas? A full week off from work (i.e. time with hubs and lots of books). Thank you, Lord! Aside from the illness I picked up (on Christmas Eve no less), I spent a good chunk of time … More When Did Art Become an Equation?
This week we’re looking at how to say “no” and why that can actually be better than agreeing to every opportunity. Key Takeaways: Over-committing is under-valuing each responsibility. Doing less opens doors to do things with greater excellence. Commit to yourself on occasion; we fulfill commitments better when we have a full battery ourselves. Are you over-committing? What things … More DTW 003: Learn to Say “No”
Okay, before all of the backlash starts that I will inevitably get from this post, let me begin by saying I fully respect your right to disagree with me. However, disagreement and disrespect are two very different things, so please keep that in mind before you respond. When it comes down to it, that is really what … More 3 Reasons Why More Christians Should Get Behind the SCOTUS Decision on Marriage Equality