Treasuring The Journey

Treasuring the journey through life, one footstep at a time.

Worth Reading On Wednesday March 19, 2013

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These are blog posts that I have found to be honest, keeping it real, inspiring, uplifting, encouraging, thoughtful, introspective, among other feelings.  Maybe one will speak to you…check them out!

 

 

I Want to Be Awesome at Humility by Tiny Twig

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An honest depiction of ‘when things get wild’ from a Mom/Wife/Woman’s perspective.  I love the part about “I want to be awesome at everything!”.  Hello!  Raise your hand if this applies to you!  That is so me!  The comments section is great too…we are not alone ladies!  🙂

 

 

 

When Your Sister is Coming by The Nester

 

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The Nester is one of my favorite daily blogs.  Her words ring truth for me almost daily; yet she has no idea how many women she inspires.  I am guilty of the all-or-nothing mindset many times when it comes to do a project, cleaning a room, organizing, etc.  If I can’t do it to the fullest degree that I envision in my mind, then I would prefer to just not do it all.  I am working on that mindset, but whew, IT IS HARD.  Perfectionism is a hard habit, way of life and thinking that is hard to move past.

 

 

 

To the Parents of Small Children:  Let Me Be the One Who Says It Out Loud

 

This post had me in stitches and close to tears at the same time, this Pastor nailed it and I thank him for writing out the list of “Your Not a Terrible Parent…” list.  This one hits so close to home for me.  Here is an excerpt:

“You’re an actual parent with limits. You cannot do it all. We all need to admit that one of the casualties specific to our information saturated culture is that we have sky-scraper standards for parenting, where we feel like we’re failing horribly if we feed our children chicken nuggets and we let them watch TV in the morning.  One of the reasons we are so exhausted is that we are oversaturated with information about the kind of parents we should be…”

Click on the links above to read these fantastic posts by some great authors.

 

Ta Ta for Now,

 

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