Category Living Learning Loving

How to Set Personal Boundaries

When I decided to teach Boundaries in our Sunday class at Calder Baptist Church I thought we would cover the material in a few months. A year and a half later we were still on the subject. I’ve found that women, especially divorced and single mothers, have serious issues with boundaries.

3 Tips for Women on Rough Road

Potholes are ugly nuisances and can really make travel unpleasant. Life can be like a rough road. Pot holes and bumps make it difficult to see ahead. I know.

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Ethics Needed

None of us gets through life without challenges and more often than anyone wants, real trials. Without ethics and morals, we have no guiding principle.  

Do You Live Boldly?

Something to consider-acceptance of our humanness while striving to live as Jesus taught

True Love

Forget the cutesy valentines, hearts, chocolates and flowers!  

Pay Attention to Signs on Your Path

This morning I took the wrong path. Or better said, I didn’t take the correct path.

What is Acceptance, 7 Steps to Get Past Divorce

What does that mean exactly? After much thought this is the conclusion I’ve come to- Acceptance is the willingness to embrace what is.

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How to Know If You Are Isolating

It’s easier than I’d imagined for life to get out of balance. As much as I value solitude I must admit too much solitude can lead to social isolation.

Money Matters SMORE Card Deck

A Thought About Money from a Seasoned Mama Bird

Money is one of the most difficult topics for single mothers and others who struggle to keep afloat. I hope this little list helps.

How to Make It as a Single Mother

Being alone can sometimes get a bad rap or be seen in a negative light, as if something is wrong with you if you are alone. For example, you enter a restaurant and the hostess asks, “Just one?” as if there is something wrong with being just one. In all fairness, have you ever seen a table set for “just one?” No, because our world isn’t designed for people to be alone.