Yesterday morning I attended a presentation, hosted by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, on matching resources with needs at a global level. With newly developed technology and international networking, churches, charities, and donors can be more quickly matched up with needs around the world. More accurate measurement data can now be compiled to assure funds given toward these needs Read More
Today I completed my mail-in ballot for 2016. I’m kind of a political junkie, so I was informed about the candidates. I researched the judges and studied the pros and cons of the amendments. I felt good that I had voted thoughtfully and responsibly. We’re living in a chaotic time of change. I’m actually excited about Read More
Last weekend I attended “Believe – the Ultimate Business Conference for Women” in Kansas City, MO. With over 1,000 women (and a handful of wise men) and 18 energetic, wildly successful, authentic, open-hearted presenters coming together, the Convention Center rocked with enthusiastic women eager to inspire each other and to learn how to build and Read More
Several weeks ago I was sitting in a restaurant right before a Rockies game on a lovely summer evening. Behind me was a table with two women and two little girls. After they had finished their dinner, they all passed by my table. And as they passed by I heard one of the mothers say Read More
What we focus on magnifies and manifests. Philippians 4:8, from the New Testament, provides a blueprint for creating a happy and healthy life.
In an environment in which we can feel fearful, helpless, and even hopeless, this passage written by Brene’ Brown in “Rising Strong” offers you a challenge and an inspiration to encourage you to write your life’s story as you wish to write it; to dare to defy the ending.
This Labor Day Weekend we consider why freedom is essential to our well being. Freedom is sacred; to be appreciated, cultivated, and protected.
From “The Velveteen Rabbit”
In 2014, Yahoo conducted a survey to identify The Top Ten Fears: Agoraphobia – fear of being trapped, such as a crowded event Trypophobia – fear of irregular patterns of holes or clusters, such as beehives or swiss cheese Xenophobia – fear of people or backgrounds foreign to one’s self Arachnophobia – fear of spiders Coulrophobia Read More