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Learn how 30 second habits are the key to lifestyle change

30 Second Habits

Yes, you read that right. 30 second habits. Not minutes, seconds. Building habits can be hard. We’ve all tried at one point or another to build a new habit, like eating more vegetables, exercising more, or having a daily prayer time. While our intentions were good and we may have had some strong motivation to …

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Think and Eat Yourself Smart Book Review

This week I was so excited to get my copy of Think and Eat Yourself Smart by Dr. Caroline Leaf. A neuroscientist who happens to be a Christian, Dr. Leaf has written several books that explain the power our minds have over our brains and how we really can take every thought captive like scripture …

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Fantastic Mentors and Where to Find Them

I’ve written before about how to take discipleship out of the coffee shop and into our everyday lives. While this is helpful and encouraging when you are the one doing the discipling, what do you do when you are the one desperately searching for a mentor and you keep getting told that they don’t have the …

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15 Ways to Help a Family Grieving the Loss of a Child

When we know a family that is grieving we often want to help but feel paralyzed not knowing what to do. While therapists can provide insight into how to help grieving families and inner healing can help, the experts on how to help are the grieving families themselves. Today’s post is from one such family, …

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Career Coaching for Your Quarter-Life Crisis

You’re done, you finally have that degree in hand…and now what? Maybe like most millennials you are now finding that the degree you worked so hard for has given you very few job opportunities, or that the job you did find makes you feel empty and longing to do what you really want to do. …

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4 reasons gardening is good for your health #gardening

4 Reasons Gardening is Good for Your Health

Today’s guest blog post was written by Meridee Watts. I’ve had the pleasure of calling Meridee friend for over a decade. We attended the Elijah House School of Prayer Ministry together and I have great respect for her wisdom in nurturing gardens of the heart and yard. 4 Reasons Gardening is Good for Your Health …

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How to overcome disordered eating through being honest with yourself and getting help #eatingdisorders

Eating Disorders and being Honest with Yourself

Today’s guest post is from Andrea Hollis, she graciously agreed to share part of her story in hopes of encouraging others towards health for themselves. Hi! My name is Andrea Hollis, and I am a soon-to-be Junior at Georgia State University’s College of Education. I was born in Georgia as the youngest of four girls …

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Restart your New Year's resolution

5 Ways to Restart Your Resolution

January is officially over. Which means for many of us we have officially failed to keep our New Year’s resolutions. But there is good news! Just because you weren’t as successful in January as you hoped to be, does not mean you have to give up! Now is a great time to restart that resolution …

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women doing splankna therapy

What is Splankna Therapy?

One of the special services I am certified to offer is Splankna Therapy. This therapy model is still somewhat new and not widely known so I often get questions about what it is, how it works, and what it can help with. What is Splankna? Splankna Therapy is a holistic therapy put together by Sarah …

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