4 tips to accelerate your yearly goals

The first half of the year is almost done. Can you believe it? I know for me, this is a time when I reflect on my goals and kind of gauge on how they are going. It feels measurable to think “am I half-way there?” There might be goals on your list that you haven’t even thought about past February. I want to help!! Today I’m sharing some tips to help accelerate your goals over the next six months! 1.

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How to finally change your habits

Fun fact: My book The Finishing School started out as an idea for a journal on habits. (The final product was about 24 chapters basically on habits that I wanted to change related to prayer, distractions, self-control, Bible study, friendships, margin, joy and more). Suffice to say, I love habits and trying to figure out how to maximize my life with them. Not so life is boring, but so I can spend more time doing the things that are really important

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June Goals

I feel like I just wrote May’s goals! These months seem to move so fast! In May we celebrated Vana turning 1, mother’s day and Tyler and I had a weekend getaway to Rayne that totally satisfied the wanderlust for now. MAY RECAP 1. Prayerfully design new journal collection. The key here is prayerfully. A collection takes a lot of time, work and creativity. I feel like I’m bursting with ideas and a vision but don’t feel like I can

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May Goals

Can we just skip right over April recaps?? This past month has been a big reminder of something I actually share in every post. Prayer is a key part of goal-setting and achieving. I did more doing than praying in April. It’s hard to get out of this mindset and honestly I’m still fighting the urge to do more. APRIL GOALS 1. Begin creating new collection. Yay!! I have a LOT of new products planned. It’s time to get cracking

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My Routine: Book Writing

I’m more than half way into my writing of Grumpy Mom Takes a Holiday and heaven help me, when you write a book about how to inspire moms to live beyond stereotypical motherhood, you WILL be tested in every possible way. It’s honestly provided tons of great material for the book and the Lord is teaching me so much!  This book writing process has been very different from the first. The first, I wrote in 7 weeks and had a few

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