Every year I always enjoy spending the month of November reflecting on reasons that I am thankful and sharing that more on social media. Over the years my family has always spent the month of November showing we are thankful in many different ways. One year I made books and the kids wrote in them … Continue reading Thankful Thanksgiving
Its been a while since I have shared my favorite supplies so I thought I would give y'all an update. I generally like to stick with one style of journaling for a while. Every now and then I will get bored with what I am doing and I will decide to change it up, but … Continue reading My Favorite Supplies
I told you I was diagnosed with BPD, but I never told you anything about BPD. BPD or borderline personality disorder is like people with third-degree burns over 90% of their bodies. Lacking emotional skin, we feel agony at the slightest touch or movement. I literally need hours..alone..everyday..in silence, and while I am asleep does not … Continue reading What is BPD??
If you missed the "Be the Light Bible Journaling Conference" yesterday make sure you don't miss it today and tomorrow. It is an online conference completely free if you watch it within 24 hours of the live presentation or you can pay a small fee and get lifetime access and all kinds of other goodies. … Continue reading Prince of Peace
As we start the month of October I am sitting here already in a lot of pain due to my fibromyalgia and the cold weather has not even arrived yet. Its 103* in Alabama today, a new record high. It makes me really worry about how I am going to transition during winter. Between the … Continue reading Preparing for Seasonal Depression
September's Verse-A-Day challenge is all about self care. I recently talked about losing my mother who suffered from a mental illness and being diagnosed with a mental illness myself so I felt like self care was a great topic to talk about. If you are new to my challenge its really very simple. Each day … Continue reading Self Care ~ Verse-A-Day Challenge
Ouch, that is hard!! But it's true! I am talking about my mother. The one I just wrote about losing. Yes, I still miss her. But growing up I always said, "I Never Wanted to be Like Her". In January when I was diagnosed with BPD. My first thought was "I am just like my … Continue reading Introducing “I Never Wanted to be Like Her”