GIVEAWAY ALERT: You can win the book In Good Time by this week’s podcast guest. Keep reading to find out how!
Whether we’re trying to find time, save time, manage time, or make the most of our time, one word often shows up when we’re talking about time: anxiety. But, if we want to experience freedom from time anxiety, we have to reimagine our relationship with time itself.
Today’s guest, author Jen Pollock Michel, explains that time is not something to manage, save, spend, or waste. She shares how it’s possible to have a grounded, healthy relationship with the clock to help you move from the treadmill of productivity to the call of fruitfulness.
GIVEAWAY ALERT: You can win the book Together Is a Beautiful Place by this week’s podcast guest. Keep reading to find out how!
Let’s face it … the older we get, the less we find ourselves spending time with good friends. Or maybe within our friendships, we’ve become frustrated with the shallow, draining conversations that barely scratch the surface.
Or, most painful of all, we’ve been rejected by a friend and feel like no one wants us.
GIVEAWAY ALERT: You can win the book Quiet by this week’s podcast guest. Keep reading to find out how!
Do you struggle to create space in your daily routine for quiet time with God? So many of us want to feel close to Him, but we have difficulty finding time in our chaotic schedules. Or maybe a lack of time isn’t the issue, but inconsistencies in our days or being pulled away by distractions.
Well, my friend, if this is something you struggle with, then be encouraged…
Oh girl, we all have felt it, right? The struggle to do it all, get it all done, and not be totally undone in the process! Working moms, empty nesters, single women, and stay-at-home moms all deal with the struggle to juggle! And that struggle can leave us worn out and frustrated.
I was telling my friend Lori about how stressed I was feeling, and she told me exactly what I didn’t want to hear. As my plate was overflowing, she said I needed to rest!
“Rest?” Are you kidding? I was too stressed to rest. How in the world was I going to figure out how to add rest into my life? It would be just another item on my already too long to do list. Just telling me I needed rest made me feel more stress!