I bet you know the feeling. The feeling of doing so much, you "couldn't possibly do one more thing." The constant feeling of exhaustion. The obsession with the finish line looming in the not-so-distant future. The daydreams about what you're going to do when your project is over or your life returns to "normal." The questions that plague you, making you ask, "How did I get here again?" way too often. It's time to make a change, and we're here to help you through it.
When I was a teenager, a lot of the music and some of the books I chose to enjoy made me feel like the goals I’d set to honor God were stupid, immature, and unrealistic. I bet you can say the same about your favorite Netflix series, YouTube subscriptions, and Spotify artists so let's talk about how to set a God goal that you won't feel silly about.
Have you ever taken the time to think about how hard it is to parent your children when you are trying to balance your own emotions? This month, Tiffany opens up to share how grief influenced her parenting style and what she did to get over it. Dr. Henry Cloud reminds us that grief is forward moving so let's address it. It's a self care summer and we hope you're making time for yourself!