The Organized Life Planner!

The Organized Life Planner Launches Today! A perfect solution for all your organized life aspirations. Features: Two Page Monthly Spread This provides a lovely look at your month with adequate space for major events no matter which size you choose.   Four Page Monthly … [continue]

Challenges in Motherhood

Motherhood is full of challenges.  That is quite an obvious statement, but sometimes the thought still catches me by surprise. We know for many mothers a majority household responsibilities default to mothers: meals, laundry, schedules, child-related tasks.  For many of us the nurturing side comes naturally, snuggles, nursing owies, making calls to doctors, chiropractors, etc. […]


Introducing the Simple Start Journal, get yours today!

I am pleased to share with you The Simple Start Journal.  A great way to start your day with the most important things. The Simple Start Journal, designed by Kayse Pratt of Intentional Moms. I randomly, perhaps not so randomly, found a pin of hers a few years ago while looking for ways to be […]


Toxin-Free Mineral Makeup: NO talc, bismuth, parabens, phthalates or synthetic fragrance.

Let’s talk about toxins and makeup Did you know the beauty industry is largely unregulated by our government? Ingredients that are unhealthy for you are likely filling your makeup bag.  Let’s chat about some of the concerning ingredients you want to ditch, and I’ll move on to share about how you can still glow without […]


Holy Hustle, Boss Babes and Glorifying God

I learned the Holy Hustle Early My first “real” job in college taught me the Holy Hustle early, it was at FrankinCovey, a planner store.  There I learned how to articulate my values, roles and goals. Creating a realistic and value based monthly, weekly and daily task lists became second nature.  I had laser focus and new how […]


Whole 30 Easter: Egg Shaped Bath Bombs!

We are on day 12 of Whole 30 and Easter is approaching this weekend.   Even without being on Whole 30, I know my stance on sugar for my kids: recipe for disaster! So, I perused Pinterest and found a fun and healthy solution: Egg Shaped Bath Bombs. Choosing to do a Whole 30 in […]


Day 2 of Whole 30

I highly recommend starting Whole 30 on a Saturday, because day 2 is notoriously known as “the hangover” and gosh was it nice to go through that on a Sunday. How we handled it today My husband and I slept 9 hours.  My 5 year old slept 10 hours, my 3 year old slept 12 […]


Day 1 of Whole 30 (April 2017)

Inflammation, fatigue, bloating, and skin issues have gotten the best of me.  It’s time to get back to the basics, and for my family The Whole 30 is the *only* way to eat without regrets. Please don’t mistake me, we eat poorly more frequently than I’d like to admit.  I’m not prideful about our eating […]


Happily Married: The Power of Obeying Christ

Mike and Jacque have an amazing love story.  It is full of adventure, foolishness, sin and the hard work of forgiveness.  Theirs is a story that should be heard, not because their character is so ideal that we should all aspire to it.  Rather, their story needs to be heard because they chose obedience to […]


I rebel: Prayer is an act of Rebellion

We have been taking the Perspectives course, the main text is one I read in my freshman year of college, just over 17 years ago!  I was a missions major, and so much of what I learned in my degree is permanently in my soul. You know how life is though don’t you?  It’s prone […]

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