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Category: Decluttering to find what matters (page 1 of 9)

When People Disappoint

“He heals the broken in heart and binds their wounds.” Psalms 147:3

My child has just started 4th grade.  She loves her teacher and seems to desire to do well in school.  Unfortunately, she is having trouble socially.  She has been coming home sad that she lost a friendship.  It is hard to watch....   Continue Reading

Decluttering the Mind

“Whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is gracious.  If there is any excellence and if there is anything that is worthy of praise,, think about these things.”  Philippians 4:8

 

Admission time…I have anger issues and I am not proud of it.  I use bad words.   Flip my lid.  Yell and scream at my husband, our child and strangers.  I leave passive aggressive notes for my neighbors.  This is a very dangerous road to be on....   Continue Reading

Taking a Break

“Better is a dry morsel with quiet than a house full of feasting with strife.”  Proverbs 17:1

 

Rest.  It is necessary and vital.  Most times it is neglected.  But our body and mind feel it when ignored.

 

My husband and daughter began school this past week and it was a stressful week.  We all had to get back a schedule and getting up early. A new school year brings excitement but is also nerve-wracking for teachers and students.  ...   Continue Reading

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