Part 6: doable resources for peace and sanity

I tend to be a perfectionist. There, I said it. Perfectionism can take on different forms - in fact, I believe it can be as varied and unique as the persons who struggle with it. My perfectionism tends to rear its ugly head in a rather subtle form. In fact, it can be mistaken for [...]

Jesus is Enough – revisited

Jesus is Enough – revisited

A few days ago, I wrote about how I was dealing with exhaustion and extreme mental, physical, and emotional fatigue. I said that I didn't have the answers...nothing except Jesus is enough. I want to revisit that statement, because the more I focused on it - Jesus is enough - the more I realized that [...]

Part 5: doable resources for peace and sanity

I nearly scratched this topic off of my list of doable resources for peace and sanity. In fact, I scribbled it out, and then rewrote it, on my list of post topics - I knew I had to write about it. Even if it can't be dubbed easy, it is doable. And it is important. [At [...]

Part 3: doable resources for peace and sanity

Hello, my friends! I'm finally sitting down to write this post...I've taken a bit longer, because of all of the "doable resources for peace and sanity" posts, this one is the most important. We've arrived at what I consider to be the linchpin that holds the wheel of my life on its axle. Without this one, [...]

the joy of choice

"Are you taking PSEO classes - you know you don't want to miss out on FREE college! What are your plans? Where are you going to go to college? What are you going to do with the rest of your life? What? You don't know? Oh well, you can have the year after you graduate to figure [...]

Setting priorities…

The fact that the school year has come to a close, achievement tests completed, final papers written, and records stored away, seems somewhat surreal to me. I keep asking myself, where does time go, and why does it have to go so quickly? This coming school year (2016-2017) is the last school year with my [...]