I’m a former nonprofit fundraiser so I could expound on the importance of breaking up the year into quarters. I like the practice so much that it carries over into my own personal life as well where you will find me setting goals and assessing on a quarterly basis as well as on a monthly and annual basis. Combine this with my love for reading, and the quarterly reading roundup was born.
Here are my favorite books read during quarter one (Q1) of 2020: Continue reading “The Quarterly Reading Roundup: 2020 Q1”
Merriam-Webster defines ‘meek’ in a few ways including ‘deficient in spirit or courage’ and ‘not violent or strong.’ Even in the face of such definitions, the pop evangelists rush to tell us that meekness does not equate to weakness when looking at Scripture. But what if it does?
And, what if that’s actually a comfort, not a condemnation? Continue reading “Blessed Are The Meek”
Nothing like a global pandemic to put your life on hold. I’m now working from home, my favorite coffee shop is closed, my gym is closed due to government mandate, and large gatherings (including services at my church) are all banned until further notice.
A perfect recipe for stir-craziness. Continue reading “How To Mitigate The Stir-Crazy”
A few weeks ago, I woke up at threeish in the morning tangled in blankets and screamed, “ENOUGH.”
(It was more of a mental scream. After all, my dog was still enjoying a great night of sleep.) Continue reading “Do You Need A Sleep Reset?”
These days, we use our phones to do pretty much everything but actually call people. We can order groceries that are delivered straight to our doors, invest in the stock market, and see people who are across the world. So why wouldn’t we leverage our phones when we’re trying to prioritize our health? Continue reading “Trying To Prioritize Health? Leverage Your Phone”
When I was a kid, I constantly had my nose in a book.
Then, I grew up.
And life got busier.
And I read less.
And less. Continue reading “3 Tools I Use To Read More”