I am both an audio and a visual learner.  I can apply myself and become a veritable information sponge. This served me well during my school years by helping me to graduate with honors in every school I’ve attended. Hellloooooo, Type A! It’s not just a natural ability; I actually really enjoy the learning process. But some life lessons have…

Life lessons from experiential learning at Gratitude Training and how it impacted my healing journey and unveiled the truth about the story I tell myself.

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This is a wonderful journal prompt for the insecure heart, struggling with self worth.

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I am prone to wander. I’ve found myself far off the path God has for my life many times.  Have you been there, too? When I finally realize I’m lost, I know it’s time to turn back and return to the Lord. Let us examine our ways and test them, and let us return to the Lord. Lamentations 3:40 (NIV) So Samuel…

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In my first post of the blog series “Confessions of a Recovering Perfectionist” I want to cut right to the juicy part and share a simple tool that has served me well in battling my insecurity and perfectionist tendencies: my How to Embrace Imperfection Daily Checklist. As a chronic dieter and perfectionist, I used to delight in magazine articles and…

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After embarking on this “Body Love for Lent” journey (aka Giving Up Diet Culture For Lent), God has been showing me false idols again and again. In this season of Lenten repentance, I’m feeling called to confess the sin of a false idol in my own life and turn away from it. My relatively limited Bible study left me with…

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