Where do you find peace? When life gets busy, and your mind and spirit are restless...how do you power down? Sharon Irving shares a beautiful poetic reflection on where and how she finds her way...
An ancient Japanese mending technique inspired author Cynthia Ruchti to find hope in the tattered and mended places of life.
Life experiences can deeply impact our perceive things: our relationships, our future, and even our identity. In today's post, Jen Hatmaker shares her heart on how we can live free once we've both accepted and extended forgiveness. Over dinner recently, my girlfriends and I got on the topic of screwing up our kids. As their primary influence, it’s basically inevitable. We went around the table predicting what our kids would one day say to their therapists: “My mom was wound tighter than a spool of yarn.” “My mom loved cleaning more than her children.” “My mom screamed like a monkey on meth.” “My [...]
Barbie's back with a new look and style. But will it make a difference? Barbara L. Roose looks at what this could mean for the iconic doll and little girls' ideas of beauty.
When this popular decorating blogger talks about change, you may think she’s referring to décor . . . but these principles apply to so many areas of life beyond furniture arrangements and wall art. Change creates a new beginning. Yesterday may have been about tears, dissatisfaction, and letting go, but today is different. Change of any kind gives birth to a new beginning. Embrace the possibility with gusto. Change shifts things. This adventure sets you on a new path and gives you a fresh vantage point. Today you are blessed with the chance to look at your life and home [...]
Have you checked Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, etc. today? What if all that public sharing is actually causing us to lose touch with who we really are?
Are you comfortable with a mess or do you crave order? BELONG tour speaker Patsy Clairmont shares where she falls on the clutter spectrum and why it’s important to know where you do.