Category: Learning Curve

When the Third One Left the Nest – The Differences Between Sons and Daughters

When the Third One Left the Nest – The Differences Between Sons and Daughters

Maybe it's because I'm the mom and he's my son, but I had no idea it would be so hard to watch my boy leave home. After all, his sisters have been on their own for years and they are doing amazing. So, why did the smallest thought of him being on his own bring … Continue reading When the Third One Left the Nest – The Differences Between Sons and Daughters

Removing the Yolk of Other’s Ideals

I've never really thought of myself as a people-pleaser. Though I don't like to disappoint others and I have often felt burdened by what I think others think - especially when it comes to how I've behaved. I desire to be a good friend, competent employee, help to a stranger, a consistent parent, and a … Continue reading Removing the Yolk of Other’s Ideals

Releasing Myself of Expectations

If I examine each of my relationships and our typical conversations, they are almost all focused on comparing and not completing (or embracing our differences). And at the core, isn’t this also about expectations?

When Failure is Part of God’s Plan

Failure according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary: 1a: omission of occurrence or performance; specifically: a failing to perform a duty or expected action b (1) : a state of inability to perform a normal function c: a fracturing or giving way under stress 2a: lack of success b: a failing in business 3a: a falling short (deterioration or decay) 4 : one that has failed Is it … Continue reading When Failure is Part of God’s Plan

WCCW Conference 2015 Reflections

Time to Be Brave and Embrace the Call to Write! Attending a writer’s conference is one of those things difficult to transfer onto paper (or screen.) You really have to be there to understand the full experience. From making face-to-face connections with writers and mentors you only known via social media to making new contacts … Continue reading WCCW Conference 2015 Reflections