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 […]
Your physical, emotional, and spiritual health have everything to do with your wellbeing. The before-and-after story of health should include more than a drop of the number on the scale. It’s really about experiencing life in a whole new way. In this episode, Susan Neal chats with Michelle about healthy living.
Do you think you need one more class, one more seminar, one more book or another tutoring session before you get started on your goals? Will that be enough? You already have everything you need! Let’s get moving!
Do you find yourself apologizing for things that are out of your control? Do you see yourself as less-than? Develop and awareness of how often you apologize, break the lies that keep you from seeing your God-given value, and learn how you can take steps to live in the light of truth.
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.
Our world needs more positive things such as kindness, grace, love, encouragement. But there is also a growing fear of expressing anything that isn’t positive. In this issue, you’ll learn about positivity and why we need to have a balance between true positivity and reality, and how to frame it so we are not suppressing real feelings. You’ll also get to know a woman who realized that what she thought was truth turned out to be a great deception, and hear how she’s spreading a new message.
In this issue, we take a lighthearted look at the complicated emotions that go along with how honest we are about weight loss or weight gain and have a heart-to-heart about self-image. Explore why Michelle loves vintage cameras so much, and learn about the resource that was the inspiration for this blog.
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!
In this issue: Are goals really important? What if I prefer to wing it? If you’re a perfectionist, you may or may not love to set goals, or maybe the process seems too overwhelming for you. This issue will help you look at goals in a different way, inspire you with practical ways to make your intentions memorable and visual, and two books that can give you lots of helpful insight as you get started. Here’s wishing you a fantastic new year! Inspired Life: To Goal or Not to Goal Life, Repurposed: Making Your Goals Visual Recommended Reading This blogzine content […]