How to focus on what matters.

“There is never enough time to do everything, but there is always enough time to do the most important thing,” - Brian Tracy. Last year my priorities were out of line. I felt like my world was spinning out of control. I was operating from a place of "busyness" but not intentionality. I was helping to lead a nonprofit, writing & launching a book, starting a business, and learning how to be a wife all at the same time. It was utter chaos. So I had to take a step back & really just surrender my heart and plans to God. He showed up & now I'm living out of a much more still, full, and intentional place. Part of this process was getting a grip on my schedule & prioritizing what mattered

6 ways to be more present.

Let's be honest. It's hard to be present in today's world. We have so many ideas, people, responsibilities, and expectations pulling us in all sorts of directions. How are we supposed to get anything done while still being present to our family, making time for stillness, and spending time with God? First of all, let me reassure you that you are not alone. I get it and I'm here to help. Check out the 6 ways that I'm sharing with you on how to be more present, feel more accomplished, and find more time for the things and people you love. 1. Wake up early Rise & shine! One of the best ways to start your day off on a more focused and present note is to wake up earlier than everyone else in your

How to get unstuck.

"The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide that you are not going to stay where you are." - Unknown I'm going off of a complete hunch here, but I have to imagine that I'm not the only one who has felt stuck at one point or another this past year. Being stuck, well, sucks. For me, it seems like my world is frozen is around me. I don't know where to go next. I find myself tirelessly searching in all of the wrong places for things that don't seem to satisfy praying that I'll just magically figure it all out. So, here I am to tell you, that if this sounds like YOU too, I feel ya. I've felt "stuck" numerous times in my life, but I've also made it through and have found relief and mome