Author: Roanne L. King

TOP 10 — #2 The Back and Forth of Work

TOP 10 — #2 The Back and Forth of Work

My intention to create a record of the top ten life experiences from the last decade and my goals for using those experiences as a springboard to live out the next decade in more positive, less draining ways has shifted a bit. After reading Chapter Nine - The Most Important List in Emily P. Freeman's … Continue reading TOP 10 — #2 The Back and Forth of Work

TOP 10 — #1 The Back and Forth of Finances

TOP 10 — #1 The Back and Forth of Finances

Starting New Rhythms... This morning I woke up late after having a bit of insomnia. In part, I blamed the two cupcakes (sugar, chocolate, gluten and all!) that were leftovers from my granddaughter's 1st Birthday Party on Sunday. Second, my 17-year-old hadn't sent me a Snapchat saying he was home from work (our agreement so … Continue reading TOP 10 — #1 The Back and Forth of Finances

The Hidden Fault of Comparing Myself to Myself

The Hidden Fault of Comparing Myself to Myself

How can I know all the sins lurking in my heart?Cleanse me from these hidden faults.Keep your servant from deliberate sins!Don't let them control me.Then I will be free of guilt, and innocent of great sin.May the words of my mouth and the mediation of my heart be pleasing to you, O Lord, my rock … Continue reading The Hidden Fault of Comparing Myself to Myself

Not Belonging – Wounds to Wins Series

Not Belonging – Wounds to Wins Series

The last time I think a really felt I belonged in this world I was seven years old. My life was simple, predictable. The world inside and outside of my rural Loveland, Colorado home allowed endless opportunity to let my imagination run wild. I was safe, warm, fed, and secure. My first day of kindergarten, … Continue reading Not Belonging – Wounds to Wins Series

When a Parent Doesn’t Care – Wounds to Wins Series

When a Parent Doesn’t Care – Wounds to Wins Series

This is in no way a reflection of my own upbringing! But I realize that may not be the case for everyone. Knowing there's a good chance my mom or dad may read this, looking back on my childhood with adult eyes, there were moments I thought my mom or dad didn't care -- but … Continue reading When a Parent Doesn’t Care – Wounds to Wins Series