In this issue: Cancer came unexpectedly and Joanie put life on hold, paused her career as a nurse, and in days was headed for surgery. In the aftermath of chemo and cancer, Joanie is a survivor. She now supports others going through the journey, and has published a book, In Her Shoes: Dancing in the Shadow of Cancer to encourage women and equip them with Scripture, hope and resources. Inspired Life: Unexpected Health Crisis Life, Repurposed: Joy Through the Trial Recommended Resource This blogzine content is on the podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and on YouTube as well!
In this issue: Sometimes friends pile a lot of shoulds on each other. Have you caught yourself telling someone what they ought to do, rather than listening? Are you tired of being the one that others heap their shoulds on? Learn tips for how to learn to be a friend rather than a fixer, and how to reply when someone tries to fix you. Also discover a small group resource that you and your friends might want to consider. Inspired Life: Burdened by Should Life, Repurposed: When Others Heap on Shoulds Recommended Resource This blogzine content is on the podcast […]
Explore why we procrastinate and learn seven tips for breaking the habits that lead to unproductive behaviors. You’ll be encouraged to think about how putting something off might take longer than actually doing it, and get links to more than three resources to get you started with new habits.
The February 2019 promotion of the Kindle version of The Repurposed and Upcycled Life: When God Turns Trash to Treasure has ended, but you can still get a copy of the Kindle version for free when you purchase a print book. For verified Amazon purchases of the print version of the book, Amazon users will be able to download the Kindle version at no extra charge. This is a special that authors and publishers can offer if they wish. This offer is only good for purchases made on Amazon and not books purchased directly from the author. About the Book Life […]
The book featured in this post explains the nine types of Enneagram personalities and helps you figure out why you feel as if you repeatedly stumble into the same self-defeating patterns.
We all want to live a life that matters. We all want to reach our full potential. But too often we find ourselves overwhelmed and we forget our goals.
The tendency toward perfection can be both positive and negative at times. Mostly, it can paralyze talented people from fulfilling their purpose and potential. Petra Kolber has lived it, and now she helps others with unleashing their potential by removing the barrier.
I’d like to introduce you to a book that I think could change your life if you struggle with establishing habits and getting stuff done.
I will admit that reading this book left me wanting to immediately head to my closet and start pulling out items to eliminate, followed by a purge of my kitchen drawers and the basement storage. It’s just that motivating and inspirational for me.
In this issue: Figuring out what really matters can be an emotional process. Learn how to sort through priorities and get perspective, challenge yourself to eliminate unnecessary possessions, and learn about not settling for more – yes, you read that right. Inspired Life: What Really Matters Life, Repurposed: Do I Have Too Much? Recommended Reading This blogzine content is on the podcast on iTunes, Google Play, and on YouTube as well!