I am not good at balancing. Or I guess I should say, I'm not naturally good at balancing. I mean this in both the literal and figurative sense. I struggle to not fall over for most of my Barre workout; and I want to finish any project that I start as soon as possible, even if that means ... Read More about How to Balance Kids and Marriage
There was a study done in the 1960's that's now commonly referred to as "the marshmallow test." You may wonder how the marshmallow test relates to waiting on God, but give me a minute. In the study, children were given a marshmallow and told they could eat it immediately or wait fifteen minutes ... Read More about What to Do When You’re Waiting on God
I am not well traveled. I've been to like 10 states and Mexico. But as I think back on my life, some of my fondest memories are of trips I've taken. As you could probably guess, they're not all fabulous trips to amazing places. Some great trips have simply been to my grandma's house ... Read More about Take the Trip
If you search Amazon for "graduation gift," you will get 20 pages of keychains, cheesy books, jewelry, and knick knacks like this graduation angel. So trust me when I tell you this list is the best of Amazon's offerings for a graduation gift. Or don't. Scroll through the endless pages of ... Read More about Chips Picks: Graduation Gifts
"Make sure to have your children in the fall because everything in life will be easier for them if they have fall birthdays." This nugget of wisdom was bestowed upon me when I was seventeen years old. At the time, it seemed completely irrelevant since I was still in high school, ... Read More about Should You “Redshirt” Your Kindergartner?