Leadership coach Yolanda Christopher joins us to talk about how our childhood and influential people shape the person we become. She shares the impact her mother’s “anything is possible” mindset had on her life and we talk about how people do the best they can with what they have. I hope you’ll join us, subscribe… Continue reading Episode 1: Yolanda Christopher
We have had such a wonderful time making memories as a family this year at Walt Disney World, so when I saw this post, “50 Memories You Should Make Before Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary!”, from Disney Food Blog I had to see how many we had checked off the list so far. We are… Continue reading Memories Made at Walt Disney World – Check!
Welcome to the podcast that’s all about sharing our stories simply because they matter. This episode is a bit unique as I, your host, respond to the questions. Hear a bit about the heart behind this labor of love and a little of my story, too. I hope you’ll join us, subscribe to the podcast,… Continue reading Episode 0: The Story Begins
When I first visited Disney World with my extended family in 2014 I only did a few character meets. As my in-laws lined up to meet character after character sans-kids I looked on in bewilderment. Why would a grown adult spend that much time waiting to take a photo with a person dressed up in… Continue reading Tips for Great Character Meets
Music has always been a powerful force and connector for me. When I was young I would always think of the perfect song to communicate what I was thinking or feeling. Songs always seemed to say it better than I could.
Fighting lies and negative thoughts is a lot like trying to get free from a spider web…
Father’s Day gift ideas for the less traditional dad
It’s a fresh, new year and with that comes hopes that I’ll do all the things I dream up in my ENFP brain. As personalitypage.com puts it, we ENFPs “live in the world of possibilities” but “need to focus on following through with our projects”. Yep, that sounds about right. This year, one of those… Continue reading On the Move
Being a working mom is hard! And I don’t mean because of the extra tasks you have to manage. I have an amazing husband who stays with our little one and does so much around the house. I know I’m fortunate in that. No, I mean “heart stuff” hard. Maybe it’s because I’m not one… Continue reading Overcoming (Working) Mom Guilt
“This is amazing grace. This is unfailing love.” I let the words wash over me as I worshipped and starting thinking about the truly amazing nature of that grace. About a love that is so undeserved, yet so extravagant. When I stop and ponder the depth and passion of the grace and love of Jesus,… Continue reading YOU get love and YOU get love and YOU get love!