• Marriage,  Proverbs 31

    Becoming the Proverbs 31 Woman: Vlog Post

    Here is my latest vlog as I continue my series on how we can become the Proverbs 31 woman! I discuss not being lazy, having a great attitude, have self-respect, taking care of your physical and mental health, and several other topics, so don’t miss out! Please Share:

  • Marriage,  Prayer

    Sunday’s Prayer: For Marriage

    Every Sunday I am going to write a prayer for specific areas of our lives. Today’s is for those of us who are married and it’s from a wife’s perspective, but if you happen to be a husband you can just replace certain words in your mind! Dear Lord, I lift up my marriage to You today. I give You my husband and our relationship together. Make me into the godly wife You designed for me to be. Help me to see my husband through Your eyes of love. Help me to trust in You, to be obedient to You, and to follow You in all things. Help me submit…

  • Life,  Marriage,  The Mind

    Saturday Thoughts: Criticism

    This week I’ve been thinking a lot about criticism and advice. New friends I’ve made and certain family members have told me how they are being criticised for things, or are giving advice to others on how to live. I give advice all the time on my blog and I’ve been criticized here and in the past, all throughout my childhood, teen years, and young adult life. Now, before I go on, let me just say that not all advice or criticism is bad. If it were, I’d be out of a job (lol) and so would every other blogger and nonfiction writer in the world. But there are things…

  • Life,  Marriage,  Uncategorized

    Don’t Give Up

    One of the main reasons I have this blog is to encourage other married women through my own walk as a married woman. Justin (my husband) and I are going on two years in May and they have definitely been two of the hardest years of my life. Being married is not easy. I always heard married women say that when I was single and honestly, I thought they were being a bit whiny. But now I finally understand. There are just some things in life you’re not going to get until you are there yourself. Single people can’t understand a married person’s life and troubles. Married people without kids…

  • praying wife, marriage, marriage problems, happy marriage, healthy marriage

    Marriage is Challenging: Part Two

    Welcome back everyone, to week two of my blog! Thank you so much for the comments I’ve received so far. I’d love to hear from more of you! But for now, on with the tale of my husband and I, and where we are today. After my husband lost his job, we tried starting an e-commerce store. It didn’t work out, but that was my fault. He wanted me to follow the guidelines of other successful stores, but I was afraid of not making money and rushed everything. I didn’t want to watch the videos, I didn’t want to wait and test the market or make sure we were getting the…

  • marriage

    Marriage is Challenging: Part One

    Any marriage is hard. Growing up, we all have some view on marriage. If your parents had a bad marriage (got divorced, never were married, maybe a spouse left) then you probably had a negative outlook on marriage. If your parents had a good marriage, you probably figured you’d have one too. We see what we’re used to seeing. From the time I was ten, I wanted to be married. My dream in life was to be a godly wife, a godly mother, and an author. And I had a lot of thoughts of the kind of wife I was going to be. I’d clean the house in full makeup,…

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