Anxiety is something I’ve always dealt with, but only recently knew it by it’s name. If you have never experienced it, you might think it’s made up or fabricated. I’ve heard things like “They just want attention” or “They are making a bigger deal than it is.” Let me just say these types of statements couldn’t be any further from the truth! Most people suffering from anxiety have other struggles as well: PTSD, depression, panic … [ READ MORE ]
My last post was almost 3 years ago! I took a break from blogging to focus on school. That’s right, I went back to college (again)! I’m working on getting a degree in Accounting (and rocking a 4.0). In all reality, my life is more chaotic right now than it was when I quit blogging, but I get things done. This post will be a little recap of things that have happened in my life … [ READ MORE ]
I have a really good feeling about 2015. I feel like it’s our year! By God’s grace, we will get out of this never-ending rut and begin doing God’s will for our lives! I know this sounds silly and lots of people say stuff like this every year, but I haven’t said or felt it before. I’m very excited for 2015!
Word of the Year
I have heard about people picking a word for their … [ READ MORE ]
I just left our Monday night church meeting with excitement, hope, and intention. The women gather each Monday night in small groups to discuss the Sunday service and fellowship together. (The men do an actual Bible study.) I have been very down the last couple of months (thus, I haven’t had much inspiration for blogging). Depression and anxiety has been a real struggle of mine, lately. I was feeling discouraged and full of doubt. … [ READ MORE ]
I joined Influenster a while back in attempt to get more exposure for my blog. I heard about VoxBoxes, but I wasn’t sure how to get one or when I would be able to get one. Then two weeks ago, a #FrostyVoxBox arrived in the mail. I couldn’t believe it! I didn’t even know I was getting one. I opened it and found a bunch of complimentary products, samples, and coupons to try.
I was … [ READ MORE ]
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! The last week and a half, my husband and I celebrated our 5th wedding anniversary, Thanksgiving, and I got another year older! It’s been eventful here lately.
Jello salads are very popular for Thanksgiving and other feasts. I’m not a fan of jello salad though a�� I can’t stand the texture. For those of you like me, I have a great alternative for you. I call it Pistachio … [ READ MORE ]
My family had the privilege of of trying out a new meal this week! I found this Burrito Pie recipe on Thriving Home and thought I would give it a try. I have made many recipes from this website and each one has been shockingly delicious! This is my go-to-site for new recipe ideas. I also love that there are a lot of freeze-ahead meals on the site too.
When I went shopping, I wasn’t … [ READ MORE ]
I don’t watch a lot of tv… my kids make sure of that! But the other day I sat down to do laundry and was looking for a show on Netflix when I came across a documentary called GMO OMG that peeked my curiosity! It’s 90 minutes long, but thanks to being a mother of three boys, I took me about 4 hours to finish it. The joys of parenting! All kidding aside, this movie … [ READ MORE ]
Is technology consuming your life and your family’s lives? Does your family always have something “turned on”? Parents on their phones and computers… Kids watching TV and playing on the iPad (tablet)… Do you have a time set up when your family shuts everything off and does something as a family? Read a book with your family… talk about what’s going on with everyone… go outside and play together… Most families are consumed by technology … [ READ MORE ]
You know those days when all the kids are crazy, irritable, and grumpy. Those days where every time you turn around, someone is being super naughty or throwing a fit! And the more your kids act up, the more frustrated you get. This is a difficult cycle that can be pretty simple to fix.
I feel like I’m always telling my children to “change your attitude!” It took me a while to realize who’s attitude … [ READ MORE ]