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Family Mission Statement

Review of the goal: By January 30, 2019, I will write a family value and mission statement that will direct intentional family decision making as we make family goals for the 2019 year. (Book: Living […]

Three Steps to a Story Board

This post is from Sharon Olsen, author of Living Your Legacy. I asked her to explain the process of Story Boarding which is found in Chapter 2 of the book. I understood the concept, but […]

Blind-Spot Check

You know those books that the title grabs your attention and before you have even started to read, you know you are in love? Living Your Legacy by Sharon Olson was one of those for […]

Welcome 2019!

2019.  A new year, and a new chance to look over what areas the family needs to focus on in my life: Faith, Family, Finances, Fitness, Following, Freedom, Friends, Fun.  I turned to my expert […]

New Direction

This was supposed to be the month I finally dug out the play room and made me a space to work and exercise in.  Instead, it turned into the month I cleaned out my classroom, […]

Building Better Relationships

I realize that relationships need to be built outside of the classroom as well as inside, but the focus this month was doing something towards my Professional Goals at school as well as completing a […]

Prayer and Devotional Schedule

I want to be a sassy old lady when I grow up! One who isn’t afraid to speak the truth in a loving, yet direct manner. I want to be a force for good in […]

Opened Doors: Week 5

The day my first husband and I decided we were going to file for divorce I had a huge car wreck. Just before I hit the cement wall that did this damage, I sincerely asked […]

Opened Doors: Week 4

If you have been following me, you might remember the survey I asked my closest friends to fill out for me.  I knew I needed to check my Blind Spots so I could move forward. […]

Opened Doors: Week 3

What’s Your Problem? As a teacher of teenagers, I have the opportunity to hear problems voiced daily: “My brother smashed my phone” “I don’t read, so I couldn’t do the homework” “I don’t have a […]

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