Category Archives: Goal Setting

Morning Routine Bible Study Suggestions

“Let me get this straight, you use a Bible study curriculum, but you don’t attend a Bible study?” My mom was perplexed when she asked me if I ever incorporated any study material in my morning routine.  It’s funny how we can have a limited framework on how something can be utilized and it isn’t...

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    What do you mean Morning Routine?

    I recently had someone message me and ask about my morning routine. I flipped through the blog to send her a link and realized it’s been a year and a half since I posted about what my morning routine looks like.  It’s something I post about daily on Instagram, so 1.5 years feels like too...

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      Corona Virus vs. Your Goals

      How’s a girl to keep up with her healthy habits when she’s been advised to stay at home in an effort to help dissipate the Corona Virus? If you’re like me, you’ve established some awesome healthy habits. They took time to establish and make second nature. Often times those habits are solidified based on the...

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        Establish a 10 Minute Morning Routine

        Word has it you’d like to begin your day with a daily habit of gratitude, prayer, & Bible reading.  Me too.  The problem is this take discipline.  Creating a discipline isn’t always easy.  I’ve mapped out simple steps to make it a habit you can stick to.  I’ve tested it.  I’ve taught it.  It works!...

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        Start an Accountability Group

        It’s commonplace to give priority to the things that are most pressing or urgent in our lives and too often it comes at the expense of the people and things that should be most important.

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          Selecting Your Word for the Year

          Do you have a word for 2020? It’s been a trendy thing to do for several years now. Choose a word that you will live by for the year. I’ve been drawn to the concept. I’ve even chosen a word several years only to forget it by January’s end.  For 2019 I set out to...

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            Meditation Made Simple

            I’ve implemented meditation into my daily morning routine.  Being able to calm my mind and bring peace and quiet to my ever overactive thoughts felt like a skill I should improve upon. And so I am. I am not claiming to be an expert. I’m simply sharing what I do and how it has benefitted...

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              Making Drinking Water an Easy Habit

              For most people, well for me, and I have to believe a few others, establishing a new positive habit can be hard! Drinking the suggested amount of water in a day was one of those hard healthy habits for me to establish.  When I first started out I made it a goal and had weekly...

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                10 Easy Steps to a More Disciplined Life

                Perhaps you’ve decided you’d like to live a more disciplined life. Okay, so maybe that’s not how you’ve worded it in your mind. Instead you’ve thought things like:  I’d like to lose 20 pounds; I’d like to start a business; I’d like to go to the gym on a regular bases; I’d like to be...

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                • AnonymousGreat advice!  I’m starting this week!ReplyCancel

                • ChristyKeeping an uncluttered car. That’s a good one for me. Next round of goals, remind me to add that one! ReplyCancel

                Enneagram 9: The Peacemaking Sloth

                It seems like everyone is talking about the Enneagram these days.  No. Just me? No way. I can’t imagine. Yet, if you’re not up to speed, the Enneagram is a system for classifying personality types.  I grew up in a home where my mother loved to figure people out.  As a teen, it was not...

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