Today’s Challenge: Parents Play

Today's Challenge Parents



You are never too old to go out in the yard (we play in the house) and enjoy a game of hide-n-go seek. Take an hour out of your busy Saturday and ask the kids to play with you! My children are 4,6,10, and 11 and they are always excited when we ask them to join us in this classic childhood game.

Sometimes you just need to break away and play!

Daily Challenge: One Person


  Life is short, but our attention spans are shorter! Don’t forget the little things people do for you every day. It could be something as small as giving you a smile when you needed it most. Go out today and spread the love that has been lavished on you. Someone in your life needs […]

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What Would You Attempt If You Knew You Wouldn’t Fail?


Today’s writing prompt is this: What would you attempt if you knew you wouldn’t fail? Honestly there are so many things I would attempt. My mind is always going and I have thousands of ideas. Sometimes I try to get these ideas off the ground, sometimes I put them in a notebook, and sometimes I […]

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BBQ Pulled Pork Mac-N-Cheese Recipe


My kids are always begging me to make macaroni and cheese, but I hate boxed foods, plus it’s boring. That’s why I always try to make my favorite Best Macaroni and Cheese Ever recipe (coming soon) or spiced up recipes. This week I decided to go with a pairing that even I can’t resist. So […]

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How Much Life Insurance Do I Need?


~This shop has been compensated by #CollectiveBias, Inc. and its advertiser #IAmProtective. All opinions are mine alone. So, recent events have me asking how much life insurance do I need, and other questions I haven’t wanted to consider. I had originally planned to write this post about being protective of my children and husband, in […]

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Spinach & Goat Cheese Stuffed Pork Tenderloin


  I will never forget the first meal I ever tried to make as a child…Spinach Pinwheels. I was so proud of myself for wrapping meat around a vegetable! They looked amazing and my family raved about them. That experience is probably one of the reasons I love to cook to this day, and I […]

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My Beautiful Family: What They Mean To Me


Looking back over the past 12 years, I can’t believe that this is the beautiful family that John and I have created. I could have never imagined being a mom of four, and I know John never imagined us living this life either. Thankfully, our plans were not God’s plans. When I look at my […]

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5 Affordable Ways To Give: Immunizations, Donations, Support


~This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GetAShot #CollectiveBias   Giving is something we all want to do. I’ve never met anyone who didn’t want to help those in need, but I do often hear others say, that they wish they had more to give. […]

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Biblical Lessons From Frozen: Bitterness


In my last post I talked about Biblical Lessons on Fear from Disney’s Frozen, and touched on today’s post Biblical Lessons From Frozen: Bitterness. In my previous post I mentioned that something that can easily be overlooked in Frozen is that it was Elsa’s heart that was truly frozen, not Anna’s. You see while Anna […]

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Low Calorie Popcorn Recipes: Pumpkin Pie & Mexican Popcorn


~ This shop has been compensated by #CollectiveBias, Inc. and its advertiser #SkinnyGirlSnacks. All opinions are mine alone.   I’ve always said that eating six meals a day is the most important part of any food plan. When planning my daily meals, I always leave room for snacking because I like my main meals in […]

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