In life, take small steps to get moving in the right direction. The thing is to not stop, no matter how slow it may feel.
Our lives are shaped by a pandemic in more ways than we could ever have imagined. So, what does recovery and return to activity look like post-Covid? Seriously, what does that even look like? My husband, Neil, and I had Covid over December 2020 and into the new year, and now Neil has it for the second time! This virus is unpredictable, and it got me thinking…what does a healthy return to activity look like?
When fear flies out the window, you can conquer anything that holds you back. You are more loved and more resilient than you know. Want to know how to overcome fear and what we did to heal from Covid-19?
Can you imagine choosing to live in fear or pain? An interesting thought, you say? Well, how many of us remain stuck in that place. We experience setbacks, negative news or go through hardships, and we become stuck in that place. We expect healing to appear through circumstances or other people, but it doesn’t work that way. Our ability to heal depends on our own choices. When we take responsibility for our lives, then transformation happens.
Advent, a season of looking back and forward, is a call to us to rest and reflect even though the world says otherwise. In this unprecedented season, take time to pause. FREE ADVENT CALENDAR OF KINDNESS TO DOWNLOAD.
We’ve heard stories like this so many times before…You can tell something is off with your spouse, a family member, friend or child, but no matter what you do or say, they just won’t open up!
As your mind spins over what could be going on, your fears and worries begin to multiply.
Are you trying to figure out how to help my matriculant safely through to the end of their exams? Read more to find out how it is possible.
Habits shape our lives. The question I hear repeated all around me lately is, “How do we rebuilt post-pandemic?” I’ve been thinking about the world and heard it said that we’ve all gone through a collective trauma.
Now, this is familiar territory…
Trauma changes us