Women With Intentions Wednesday: Pursuing Our Purpose Intentionally

Women With Intentions Wednesday: Pursuing Our Purpose Intentionally

Pursuing Purpose INTENTIONALLY!     Welcome to Women with Intention Wednesday! I’m borrowing from my past blog series, Preventing Procrastination, Prizing Prioritizing, and Pursuing Purpose, to address the idea of pursuing our purpose intentionally! As an educator and a writer, I like knowing the meaning of words when I use them, so from a handy … Read more

Motivation Monday: What Motivates YOU?

Motivation Monday: What Motivates YOU?

What Are YOUR Motivators?       True confession: I have been living with a pool table for over 14 years. Well, the pool table belonged to my hubby, Dave, and he had it for over 23 years, since he first bought his house, before we ever met.     After we met, and I … Read more

Serenity Sunday: Pondering Decisions to Promote Peace and Prevent Drama

Serenity Sunday: Pondering Decisions to Promote Peace and Prevent Drama

Peace … NOT Drama! It’s Serenity Sunday, a day to reflect on peacefulness and the things, situations, and people who contribute to or detract from serenity in our lives. Sometimes the need to make decisions can be frustrating and overwhelming. There are far too many things going on these days that can bring way too … Read more

Intentionally Pulling Down Strongholds to Move Past Obstacles

Intentionally Pulling Down Strongholds to Move Past Obstacles

Pulling Down Strongholds… Intentionally!   It’s Women With Intentions Wednesday – a day to talk about making purposeful, deliberate, intentional choices, and acting on them. Self-disclosure: One of my ongoing struggles in life is procrastination. It’s not even intentional, most of the time. Actually, it’s a combination of procrastination and distraction, all encompassed within a … Read more

Serenity and Decisions: Do They Mix Well?

Serenity and Decisions: Do They Mix Well?

Making Decisions at a Certain Age Decisions, decisions. They’re in our face all the time, every day. They also range from minor, like choosing what clothes to wear, or what food to eat — to life-changing, such as a career change or lifestyle change. But is it possible for decision-making to also be a serene, … Read more