How I Learned Not to Be Selfish in My Marriage They say that experience is the best teacher, and that is one of the very reasons why I blog on the Titus 2 platform, so I am able to teach my readers and followers not to make the same mistakes that I have in the… Continue reading The Birthday Girl’s Lessons on Humility in Marriage
How to Preserve Childhood Memories with a Journal *This post contains affiliate links that if you make a purchase using the links, I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. How do you keep and/or record the memories of your children? Some women scrapbook. Some are avid photographers. Some, like me, prefer… Continue reading How to Preserve Childhood Memories with a Journal
13 Tips to Help the Busy Mom Get of the House (Fast) with Small Children with No Stress Leaving the house with small children does not have to be a stressful time. Even the most disorganized mother can learn a few tricks to help the transition of getting ready and leaving the house without freaking… Continue reading 13 Tips to Help the Busy Mom Get of the House (Fast) with Small Children
OUR CHILDREN ARE NOT SAFE ON THE INTERNET I am still reeling from yesterday… Yesterday, I allowed my four year old to watch “Beginners Bible: The Story of Daniel and the Lion’s Den” on YouTube. A few minutes later I looked up, mind you, in the same room and less than 6 feet from my… Continue reading Our Children Are Not Safe on the Internet
Speaking Words of Encouragement in Our Homes “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.” Ephesians 4:29… Continue reading Speaking Words of Encouragement in Our Homes
Pursuing Biblical Womanhood: My Story Years ago when I was first married and was teaching, I had no idea that I would some day be a stay-at-home mom. In fact, the plan was for me to leave my child in daycare and get back to work as soon as possible. Fast forward to eight years… Continue reading Pursuing Biblical Womanhood: My Story.
Our Debt Story: Learn How We Paid Off $106,00 and How You Can, too! Money problems are the number one cause of divorce in America. While we are by far one of the richest nations, our nation carries an average of $38,000 per citizen of personal debt, and this excludes the mortgage. There is nothing… Continue reading Our Debt Story Learn How We Paid off $106,000 and How You Can, too!
“WE’RE DEBT FREEEEEE!!!!” Have you ever listened to Dave Ramsey and the callers that do their ‘debt free scream’ on the show? Six years ago, my husband and I screamed “we’re debt free” within the confines of our own home after tackling our debt head on. ((You can learn more of our first round with… Continue reading We’re Debt Free!!! How We Got Out of Debt a Second Time
Why we need women to be teaching and learning…..Biblical Womanhood There is no better time in the history of mankind for older women to step up to the plate and teach younger women. It is imperative that Biblical principles be taught to younger women, and maybe in some cases, older women as well. Women have… Continue reading Why it is Important to Teach and to Learn Biblical Womanhood
KEEPERS CORNER: Parenting Lesson and Reminders Yesterday my oldest daughter and I tackled her room. I say ‘tackled’ because a major overhaul was required in there. While she has daily chores and responsibilities within her own room, things still have a way of piling up in there. And one would think that the daughter of… Continue reading KEEPERS CORNER: Parenting Lessons and Reminders