Tag: journaling

Mindshifts are not Easy

Mindshifts make me think of motherhood and how we must change our way of thinking when we give birth. A newborn requires total dependency on his mother for everything—eating, diaper changing, swaddling, bathing, every moment […]

“What if” Can Create Analysis Paralysis

Grace, I know what you mean by saying, “I matter.” This statement just makes me think that I didn’t make myself a priority in marriage. Oftentimes, what matters most is what your spouse wants or […]

Going Full Monty During Work Hours

I decided to take a day off from work to begin journaling. Grace, with everything going on in my life, I feel the need to write down my experiences, feelings and reflections. I also needed […]