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2019 Goals

Today I’m sharing my 10 goals for 2019 in no particular order! You’ll see a theme in my goals this year that will give you a clue to my word of the year that I’ll be sharing Monday! 1. Launch Grumpy Mom Takes a Holiday and Fresh Start for Moms in a healthy way. So this is my big goal for the year. To not only launch these books successfully but with sanity too. I want to enjoy this experience

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What I read in 2018

1. Unwrapping the Names of Jesus by Asheritah Ciuciu – I haven’t finished this one, but even though it’s an advent book, it’s on the characteristics of God and I think can be encouraging all year! 2. This is Marketing by Seth Godin – This one either! But it’s already encouraging me to focus and niche down and remember that we are selling to PEOPLE! 😉 3. *Switch on Your Brain by Caroline Leaf – I think everyone needs to read

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2018 Goals Recap

Welcome to our annual goal series! My heart for transformation in our lives runs deep. It’s why we share so many tools and resources to help you in your prayer life (because we can’t change without the Lord) and free worksheets to help you put things you learn into action. Important side note: If you have big goals this year, do not attempt them without prayer. I cannot stress enough how instrumental praying for each of my goals has been

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Val’s NEW Monthly Peptalk

The content below is normally exclusive to our monthly peptalk subscribers, but we wanted you to get a real taste so you could decide if you’d be excited to see it pop up in your inbox each month! Our monthly peptalk is getting a refresh! I’ll share a series of random but hopefully really helpful tips, tools and resources for your month. As I was writing these, I was excited to share so many things I always want to share

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6 things that distance us from God

Feeling distant from God? I don’t think there’s a believer out there who hasn’t felt an unnerving disconnect from the Lord. It leaves us feeling anxious and sad. It can have us unsure, unsettled and empty. At the same time though, we fight through those seasons of feeling distant and treat it as normal. We assume because everyone is feeling it that it can never change. Or we assume that because we can go from amazing moments of connection with

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