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Category Archives: Time, productivity, & simplicity

This post originally appeared as a guest post on Time of Grace. I’m amazed at how much I used to care about the little details of Christmas, in a mostly self-serving way. (Disgusting evidence here.) Truth be told, God has worked on me and he still does, especially every time I have a “good” idea that actually isn’t […]

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This post originally appeared on the Time of Grace blog. One of the most interesting date nights my husband and I had last summer was to see a documentary called Minimalism. Overall, there are a lot of things I love about the concept of minimalism—I doubt I’ll ever be an extreme minimalist, but I love the […]

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This post originally appeared on the Time of Grace blog. Moms, let’s all admit that we’re good at the busy mom martyrdom game. We love to play the victim of our circumstances. I suggest you avoid asking me about our family’s schedule anywhere between May through September each year, because I will likely whine/subtly brag […]

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I had these thoughts as I was on a walk with my son Harrington last week, so I started speaking them out loud and recording them on my phone because they felt weighty and important. I am passionate about these words. My neighbors who overheard me throughout my walk probably thought I was insane (if […]

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Every Christmas we say we want to slow down this year and better prepare our hearts for the Lord’s coming, and then we end up stressssed out just like the year before, am I right? I’m preaching to myself here as well as to the masses when I say that if you want a less […]

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