"Smallness". It's not really a word I'd like to have in a definition of myself. In fact there hasn't really ever been much small about me. I'm a bigger girl, I have always had a loud and excited personality. I
Valuable? Me? That's not really something I've ever thought myself to be. After working my way through this beautiful book called, Love Life Again, by Tracie Miles, I came away with many, many new insights and lessons to learn under
Initially I thought I had picked up the wrong book. Her story is very different than mine. But I am slowly learning that just because our journeys and stories are different doesn't mean that we as women and followers of Jesus, cannot learn from one another.
I love my books. And I especially love digging into a good "self-help" read, as you all well know. But lately, as I've tried to enter into some new books this past month, I realized my mind wasn't taking anything
So its been almost a month since my birthday and I am thoroughly enjoying my "fitbit". Having something continue to show me those goals each day has created such an amazing habit of movement and exercise on a regular basis.
"...learning to build and nourish our souls through loving repetition - through being humble and brave enough to begin again, again, again." I always thought that failure was failure. It was to be avoided at all costs. That