Here's a few of the books I read this year that you might also enjoy.
If you're tired of rushing around without even knowing why, then learn to say NO to hurry.
"Do the littles. Do them well and watch them multiply in thy hands" - What ONE daily habit can have the greatest result?
Start your summer right by getting some good books in front of your kids.
Our teenager, like many teens, has a desire to spend money and is busy beyond belief (no time for a job). Enter: cooking for money. At Christmas, he made The Pioneer Woman's Cinnamon Rolls - they sold like hotcakes. To make money for his Winter Formal, we decided to try savory. I say we because I … Continue reading Crowd Pleaser, Easy Freezer: Mexican Lasagna
Fourteen years ago, John and I moved to Phoenix with a 10 month old baby boy. We had no idea how our lives would change by living in the desert for 4 years. Notably, it was the people we met who changed our lives the most. This past weekend I was in Dallas with 3 girlfriends … Continue reading Girls’ Weekend + Reflection Q’s
Sometimes saying no is the easy part. How do you stick to your commitment when push comes to shove? Here are some tips.
Somewhere around 40AD, the Roman philosopher Seneca (also tutor to the young Emperor Nero) told the story of Calvisius Sabinus, who though very rich, was lazy mentally and struggled with his memory. The names of Greek and Trojan heroes that should have been on the tip of his tongue were routinely forgotten or butchered. (Imagine … Continue reading How to Torture your Dinner Guests
Some people are surprised to learn that I (Julie) don't buy everything organic. This probably goes without saying but I'll say it anyway: don't just take my word for it, do your own research. And, I do not think less of you when you buy differently than me. Everyone is on their own health journey. … Continue reading My Matrix for Buying Organic
It can be hard to say no. Here's why you should.