Image RESTored – Includes Six-Session Video Series: Tear Down Shame and Insecurity to Experience a Body Image Renovation by Rachael Gilbert My rating: 5 of 5 stars Image Restored is a resource that I will return to multiple times in the future. The book is filled with treasures from God’s word, wisdom from its passionateContinue reading “Book Review”
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Don’t Stress – Pause and Refresh
By Regina Marcazzo-Skarka Sometimes, I need to pause. I tend to take on too many activities and plan many great things to do, whether they have to do with work or pleasure. The result is that I get stressed. The ridiculous part of it all is that I am retired. The problem is that IContinue reading “Don’t Stress – Pause and Refresh”
January 1, 2023 – A New Year Plan
Happy New Year!! Happy new beginning!! Time to carry out those New Year’s resolutions for a couple of weeks, a few months, or perhaps the entire year. I do not have great expectations for resolutions that I set for myself. I consider them to be guidelines, a blueprint of things I would like to accomplish.Continue reading “January 1, 2023 – A New Year Plan”
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Daily Checklists Keep It Moving
Making lists and keeping up with daily routines can be really difficult especially if you are a procrastinator. Good days are the ones that start with prayer, time in God’s word, journaling and writing morning pages. That’s my fresh start and one that makes me happy to know that I began well. I have lotsContinue reading “Daily Checklists Keep It Moving”
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Five Steps to Becoming a More Technologically Savvy Boomer
Both lo-tech and hi-tech activities cause me all kinds of embarrassment and other issues. My lack of tech skills slows me down in everything I do, such as setting up things on my phone, writing a blogpost, organizing my documents and emails, and the list goes on and on and on. My children and othersContinue reading “Five Steps to Becoming a More Technologically Savvy Boomer”
Writing consistently is a CHALLENGE
I’ve always loved a good challenge. In fact, I kind of thrive on challenges. I set out to accomplish a task that feels monumental and unattainable and I just push forward. It’s the smaller challenges in life that I can’t seem to handle, like writing this blogpost based solely on the word “challenge,” and justContinue reading “Writing consistently is a CHALLENGE”
Does fear have a place in the life of a Christian? Is it the opposite of faith? Can I be fearful yet still have a sense of peace?
By Regina Marcazzo-Skarka Isaiah 41:10 Fear not, for I am with you; Be not dismayed, for I am your God: I will strengthen you, Yes, I will help you, I will uphold you with My righteous right hand. 2 Timothy 1:7 … for God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power andContinue reading “Does fear have a place in the life of a Christian? Is it the opposite of faith? Can I be fearful yet still have a sense of peace?“
Day 10 – 31 DAYS OF FIVE MINUTE FREE WRITES – ESTABLISH
Establishing a routine is important for me to move forward in a number of areas of my life. Starting my day with prayer, Bible reading and devotions is crucial as my relationship with God is key to everything else. Next, I write morning pages, something I started while reading The Artist’s Way by Julia CameronContinue reading “Day 10 – 31 DAYS OF FIVE MINUTE FREE WRITES – ESTABLISH”