Tag: progress not perfection

My 1% Goal

It’s been a long time since I sat down and took some time to write. Life with four kids, a job, and some lofty goals can keep me pretty busy! I know I’m not alone in the feeling of trying to get ahead, create some type of system to stay organized, and then just feeling

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5-4-3-2-1 Go!

I’m trying to get myself prepared for the new year. For me this means a lot of cleaning, searching Pinterest for new recipes, decluttering, re organizing, and praying. Okay, it also involves eating a lot of sweets between now and midnight on December 31st. I’m currently reading The Five Second Rule by Mel Robbins. I’m

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It’s OK to not be OK…

I’m not OK. It’s a hard sentence to write. I’ve been struggling with a few things and those few things have turned in to more things that trigger more things. It’s a hard cycle to break. Our new home doesn’t feel like home yet. It’s still filled with boxes that need to be gone through

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Be You Bravely

As I work to switch my mindset from the weekend to the work week I thought about what other switches might need to be flipped. The biggest switch I need to flip off and never turn on again is how often I compare myself. I do it effortlessly. I do it without knowing. And I

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Restart:{Rest-art}

Good Morning! As I sit here writing this morning I can’t tell you how many times I’ve written this topic in my planner in different variations. Even my prompt to write this post “Blog: Restart Topic” has been moved for weeks. “Day One!” “Restart” “New Me” “Start Over” “START TODAY” It’s amazing how the things

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