New content every Friday
A story on discovering your self worth in the workplace
Journaling isn't just for writers. Learn how daily journaling can take your relationship with God to a deeper level. Start by taking my 7 day challenge with 10 free prompts.
Every Throwback Thursday, I'm sharing an old post from my previous blog byladyb.wordpress.com. In light of the recent attack in London, I'm sharing scripture on dealing with tragedy and pain.
Sometimes when your thoughtful Facebook post gets too long, you just turn it into a blog. Enjoy my Friday musing--er--rant:
Little gold statues of Buddha, chakras, om, and incense--all come to mind when we think of meditation, but that doesn't mean meditation is wrong for a believer. Meditation can be a heightened spiritual experience and a peaceful encounter with God. How should Christians approach meditation? Click to read more.
We enjoy all the green juice, face masks, yoga and other self care habits when we're healthy. But when illness hits, self care is essential to supporting our well-being so we can come back stronger. Check out my top self care tips for staying healthy during flu season.
Need a vacation? Here's everything you need to know about taking a digital detox
Too busy to breathe let alone workout? You don't need a gym membership or equipment to stay active everyday. Check out my top five tips!
5 days without Starbucks coffee, Panera bagel, Dominos pizza--sounds crazy right? Hear my experience going 5 days eating only home-cooked meals.
This year, I have decided to give up sugar for Lent, knowing it will be the hardest thing for me to sacrifice. Here's my account of the first three weeks
Happy March, friends! Who's still doing their new year's resolution to workout at the gym everyday? It's not too late to get back up and try again. Check out my 5 tips on loving your workout!
It’s time to check on your strong friend. Learn more from the book of Ruth.
Budgeting, meal prep and all the Sunday tasks you need for a productive week
It's the Monday after graduation, and I'm not starting my dream job. And that's okay.
A note on racial reconciliation