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Wife, Mom of (it's complicated), business owner, writer, and minister. Beach and Jack Russell terrier lover. I need lots of courage, daily. I don't think I'm alone. That's why I choose to find ways to encourage women. When life is full, of both the good and the hard, the one thing we all expend is our courage. I have lots to say about how we can grow our courage daily and build communities of encouragement that are affirming and supportive. I create tools and resources to that end. I've held positions at the Executive level in corporate asset management and served on the staff at one of the largest churches in North America in discipleship and small group ministries. Been a public-school mom, a homeschool mom, and a Christian private school mom. Worked from home and had a nanny + commute to downtown. One thing I've learned is that the grass is never greener, it's just a different shade of green. Life is awesome and hard, and yes requires both grit and grace.
how to leave your job with a good reputation

After leaving my job two years ago, I recently learned that I've gone the entire time without burning any bridges. There is a touch

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Beginning Faith Walking This Life With Grit, Grace and God

Recently, I was scrolling through my IG feed and happened upon a post about yearly planners. The timing was perfect. I’ve been using a

These Bible Studies Will Help You Grow Your Faith

This summer I turned 45, which was a bit of a big deal. I had some accomplishments I desperately hoped to achieve in celebration

10 Simple Things You Can Do to Raise Quality Kids

I didn’t grow up with one of those amazing mothers who knows all and solves all. Quite the contrary, unfortunately. I also did not

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There Is Clarity to Be Found in Your Trials

While I wouldn't advertise this on Facebook for fear of the comments, there are some benefits the epic quarantine of 2020 brought on for

This Is How Mom Can Save the Day When Plans Change

From the "Love My Senior" Facebook profile frames to the "Drive-By Birthday Party" article on Patch.com, disappointment is lurking around every corner. While I