Are you guilty of it? Take the Quiz to find out! Answer these questions, really pondering over what is being asked. Are you lacking peace? Are there things in your life that bother you? Do you worry about anything? Do you neglect refreshing yourself on a daily basis? Are you easily agitated or irritated? DoContinue reading “The Much Neglected Necessity”
Sometimes life just needs to pause. Sometimes we need to just stop and realize the present reality. Sometimes we wish we could rewrite our life. Sometimes we wish to rewind, possibly fast forward. But why not stop and change our veiw? Why not instead look ahead? What if we took notes on the last decadeContinue reading “Monday, May 11th, 2020”
Four steps I have found this year to help me steer clear of anxiety.
New Year resolutions, goals, decisions, purposes, hopes, dreams, prayers, intentions… Everybody talks about it. Some of the most common have to do with health, weight loss, money, and ending bad habits. I mean that’s what our life revolves around right? We need money to live and most everything we do, because we live in ourContinue reading “Is Your Vision 2020?”
Are your feet peaceful with one another? Are your feet peaceful with your shoes? Are they peaceful with the road? Without our feet we could not run- obviously, right? Most everyone has had to deal with some kind of foot pain and it’s kind of annoying- especially the persisting ones that seem to nag youContinue reading “Peaceful Feet”
Have you ever watched a hurdles race? To me that looks awful. Running straight forward is hard enough, but running and then jumping over fences throughout the race… no thank you. I sometimes just struggle picking my feet up high enough so that I don’t scrape my shoe across the pavement. But do you knowContinue reading ““I Am Never Running Again””
This past Sunday I asked God what the topic for this week’s post should be. I instantly heard, “Listen.” Many times we love talking more than listening. Sometimes we have goals of “talk less, listen more,” or “be quick to hear and slow to speak.” But how often do we actually follow through with ourContinue reading “Listen”