• Me Time

    Take Time for Yourself

    Being a woman usually means that you are taking care of everyone in your life: husband, children, other family members, even your friends or co-workers. That’s good because I believe that God made us like that, giving us certain instincts that men don’t naturally have and gifts that men rarely receive. However, it’s very easy to get caught up in taking care of others and forget to take care of yourself. That’s why in today’s post I want to encourage you to take time for yourself. If you’re a man reading this, you need to take time for yourself too. Most men I know work most of the time trying…

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    4-in-1: 4 Tips on How to Be Healthy

    I don’t know about you guys, but I tend to forget that my body is a 4-in-1 deal. What do I mean by that? Well, our body consists of a physical body, the spirit, our soul, and our mind. In other words, if we want to be truly healthy we have to focus on all four areas: mental health, emotional health, physical health, and spiritual health. I work on my spiritual health a lot. I read God’s Word, I pray every day, I spend time in praise and worship (not as much as I should, but still), I listen to Elevation church preaching, Joel Osteen, and Joyce Meyer pretty much…

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    12 Books for Christian Living

    The Bible is our greatest guide to life and tells us how God wants us to live, how we should treat one another, and what we should be doing with our lives. But sometimes, I find it hard to always understand what the Lord is trying to tell me. And I know from experience that it helps me grow when I read about other people who have the same problems, the same struggles, as I do and have gone through it and successfully come out the other side. I also know that I need constant (daily, sometimes hourly) encouragement to make it through stressful times. So, here are twelve books…