This year God has things He wants you to accomplish for His glory, but sometimes there are obstacles, including those we can avoid. Here are 5 things that kill our productivity as moms:
Should you become a stay at home mom? I feel like among Christian circles there is a weird pressure to stay home with the kids, like “that’s what a Titus 2 woman would do.” If you’re not sure whether to stay-at-home or go back to work, that’s okay! Hopefully this blog will help you to decide.
I think Christian moms should consider working part-time as an alternative in the “stay-at-home” versus “go-back-to-work” debate. I have been a stay-at-home mom for almost 3 years, working a few different side hustles from home that brought me sporadic income and will soon become full-time income. However, I recently started working very part-time (less than 12 hours) outside of my home for some extra cash. I didn’t really “need” to start working, but I’m glad I did! Here’s why…
Can Christian moms really “have it all?” I say absolutely — YES. I think of all women, Christian women can especially “have it all” and we should. An example of this is The Proverbs 31 Woman. But have you been reading this scripture all wrong? Read more to find out what it means to have it all, based on The Proverbs 31 Woman.
I’m not a New Year’s Resolutions person. I tend to set them and fail at them by March. So this year, I decided, instead, to pray through and set a vision for myself of the person I want to be and the things I want to do in the New Year by writing a letter to my future self.
Lately, I have realized how important it is for me to be a good steward of my body. I have always had generally good health, but between becoming a mom, having a few miscarriages, and stress-eating, I’ve put on more…
The new year is around the corner and I’m thinking about how much I have grown this year, by God’s grace. I’m setting goals for next year that will help me be most effective in the mission God has given…
Today, I’m recommending 10 books (other than the Bible) that completely changed my life this year by helping me take ownership of my thoughts, emotions and actions.
If you’re struggling to make ends meet but you still want to bless people, it is absolutely possible! I’ll be writing a separate post on the best way to manage your money when you’re broke, but today I’m sharing 7 non-monetary ways to bless people when you’re broke.
Most of us know by now that blogging can be a way to make money. I think sometimes Christians can especially wrestle with whether to monetize or make money from their Christian blog because their not sure if it’s okay. I know I struggled with the question myself: “Is it okay to make money from a Christian blog?”