• bullet journal,  inspirational

    2020 + January bullet journal set up

    This is my sixth bullet journal. I must say it’s become more of an art journal hybrid bullet journal over the last few years. However, I’m still a strong believer that you can bullet journal with just a simple notebook and one pen. No need to be decorative if that’s not your jam. It’s primarily about productivity, but I’ve started using mine therapeutically. I’m not mad 😉 it brings me so much joy to create. Do you have a bullet journal? Do you use an agenda? How do you stay organized? I’m in awe of my husband and people who operate day to day without one. I’m lost without writing…

  • faith


    I’m asking those three wise men to pray for me. This star of Bethlehem, this Christ child, I want to find Him, but there are clouds in the sky of my life. The snow is heavy and cold, and I’ve been weary. I go through the day as though I’m sleep walking. Stir up in me an epiphany, oh Lord. Stir up an epiphany in the whole world. May we all be stirred and awakened to Your presence. I want to be in awe of the swaddled babe who has come to save me from death and bring me eternal life.

  • goals

    August 2019 goals

    My august goals have been light and fun. I’m so grateful for giving myself a bit of a break with my to-do list. I got sick twice this month – once while on vacation. No fun. God has been teaching me to rest and abide in Him through sickness. Letting go of goals and making room for His will has been restorative. I saw His grace at work this past week; a cancelled meeting that I didn’t feel ready for, a coworker volunteering to take on one of my projects and lightening my load. At the end of the day, He knows us best and how much we can handle.…

  • faith,  goals

    March 2019 Goals & Lent

    March is here and with it the beginning of Lent. I am looking forward to it. Is that strange? I just find this liturgical season such a beautiful opportunity to examine your life and see how you are bringing glory to God. Hubby and I have decided to go meatless for the 40 days. I have a few spiritual books lined up as well. I’m going to read through The Imitation of Christ and Searching for and Maintaing Peace. The Lenten season offers us once again an opportunity to reflect upon the very heart of Christian life: charity. This is a favourable time to renew our journey of faith, both…