GIVEAWAY ALERT: You can win the book She Works His Way by this week’s podcast guests. Keep reading to find out how!
Culture is always trying to convince you that “life balance” is possible. Everything you see is pushing the narrative that you can put equal work into a career, family, friends, faith, and self-care. But what if life isn’t about balancing all the things you do, but about doing what matters most?
Today, you’ll get a practical guide for doing what matters most in a get-things-done world. Authors Michelle Myers and Somer Phoebus open the door to a countercultural, gospel-centered conversation about the intersection of modern womanhood and work.
GIVEAWAY ALERT: You can win the book Take Back Your Time by this week’s podcast guest. Keep reading to find out how!
Do you ever feel like you just don’t have enough time, and you can’t figure out how to get everything done? According to today’s guest, it doesn’t have to be this way! Author and business coach, Christy Wright, says that finding true life balance is possible.
In this episode of the 4:13 Podcast, Christy reveals the main reasons we feel out of balance and how to combat this struggle. She also lays out the path to balance that anyone can walk in order to ditch distractions and focus on what really matters.
Would you describe yourself as balanced? Okay, stop laughing! Few of us have achieved balance. I stress myself out just thinking about it!?! I could write a book called Stressed Out: How I Achieved It While Seeking Balance!
I’m just not balanced enough to write a book about balance, but I know Someone who did.
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, I started thinking about what makes a great mom.
I decided there are 3 B’s.
Now, B could stand for “brainy,” and that would be a great quality for a mom. Or, it could begin the word “beautiful,” and who among us wouldn’t want that adjective describing us? The B could also stand for “buoyant” or “bouncy.” It could begin the words “brilliant” or “bargain-busting-babe.”
But I thought about my own mother and, even though many of the above adjectives describe her, there were still three more B’s she possesses that I hope will describe me as I grow as a mom.