Five Tips For Filtering The Content That You Consume {FTT28}

    I’m all about personal development and learning from others. However, we want to be prudent about the content we are consuming and who we are taking advice from. I believe we receive wisdom from the experiences of others, but remember that the Holy Spirit in you can give you supernatural insight as well…

Focus Word For The Year 2020: Surrender

For some reason, I thought I had shared this post, but never did! Oh well, better late than never! Do you choose a focus word for the new year? After praying about it, the Lord gave me “surrender” as my focus word for this year. It seemed odd at first, but after digger deeper, it…

The Hope In Joseph’s Story

The Hope In Joseph’s Story: “Things may look bleak in human terms, but can end up being totally different when our God comes into the picture.” This time of year, we read a lot of devotions about Mary and the beautiful humility she exhibited in response to the Lord. I won’t deny that I still…

On Leaving Things Unfinished…

One of the best lessons my business coach Jill Coleman taught me was to look for opportunities to learn / share insights as you come across them in your day-to-day life. This is one such pearl of wisdom—pun intended. I found this barely begun-to-form pearl in my birthday dinner oyster. Tiny though it is, it’s…

Kaci’s Friday Find — I Deserve A Donut App by Barb Raveling

  This week I wanted to share a resource that I came across for those who may be struggling with eating behaviors related to either emotional eating triggers or lies from the enemy / world. This is a free app designed to help with understanding and breaking eating for reasons other than to hunger and…

Kaci’s Friday Find — Your Future Self Will Thank You

  If you caught my latest IG TV video, then you heard me list this book as one to know about. If not, head to watch Day 39 of the #75Hard Challenge on how knowledge can fail us if we don’t have 2 key things in place. I shared several of my favorite books surrounding…

Where Your Purpose Is Found

I was listening to a sermon the other day when the pastor mentioned the story of Jesus in the boat with Peter (found in Luke 5:1-11). To get you up to speed, the gist is that Peter (a fisherman by trade) had fished all night and not caught anything. When Jesus asked him to let…

Five Tips For Overcoming A Limiting Mindset {FTT16}

  In order to accomplish any goal or dream, you must believe that you are truly capable of doing what is required to get there. It can involve change and growth which you might not think you can sustain, but I’m here to tell you that you can! Most of the time this process boils…

#GiveMe30HabitProject 09.01.2019 {Read Labels}

Welcome to the 9th habit in the #GiveMe30HabitProject!! See this post for all the details and backstory! This month’s habit is to read nutrition labels! The purpose of this month’s challenge is just to gain awareness. It is not to cause you to pass judgment on any of the foods that you are eating. You also do…

Five Tips For Boosting Your Mood {FTT12}

We all have those days when we just feel less than our best mentally. It passes with time, but what if you want to do something about it ASAP? Here’s 5 tips! 1️⃣ Do something for others. The quickest way to experience joy is to do something that brings joy to another person. Do a…

Weekly Quotes #11 {8/18/19 – 8/24/19}

A collection of thought-provoking, encouraging, enlightening, and inspiring quotes from various sources that I have come across this past week!       I get asked often for the references to quotes I use. This series is a way for me to keep track of and share the good ideas I come across each week! Where…

Five Tips For A More Relaxed Approach To Tracking {FTT11}

    I love the flexibility of tracking macros. Custom macro programming is one of the ways I work with my clients who are just getting started on their healthy eating journey. We’ve all heard of flexible dieting, but what about using macros for flexible maintenance? There’s nothing wrong with having goals, but when you…