The Life, Repurposed podcast offers practical real-life tips to inspire you to repurpose your own struggles or challenges into growth opportunities, stories about repurposed life, and fun before-and-after ideas. In the show notes you can find summaries of each episode,  quotes from my guests, recommended resources, and links to find resources and interact with the guest on the web.

 

 

 


 

Importance of Making Time for Me, Guilt-Free

In this issue: Learn why repurposing is just a way of appreciating the story in broken things, be inspired to make self-care a regular part of your life with no guilt, and learn more about a new book that’s coming out that helps you discover God in the midst of everyday life. This post marks the beginning of a new format for my blog! The new magazine-style format will include three elements in each issue: 1) a practical real-life article to inspire you to repurpose your own struggles or challenges into growth opportunities, 2) a fun repurposed or before-and-after idea, […]

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She Touched Me Last

My grandma Ruby went to be with Jesus this morning. We had a little game that we always played. We called it “Touched You Last”. Whenever we’d say goodbye, we try to touch the other last. As she got older, it wasn’t too difficult for me to win the game by touching her and running away to hop in the car. When we saw each other last just weeks ago, she chased me in her wheelchair and I let her win. She touched me last. When I think about it, it wasn’t just with her hands that she touched me […]

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Robyn (Robyn Mulder, Writer and Editor) says, “Don’t give up.” She shares how she went through a difficult time of depression and found help. Now she’s helping others. Hear Robyn’s interview on this week’s podcast. #dontgiveup #hopeinthedarkness #liferepurposedpodcast www.michellerayburn.com/102 ... See MoreSee Less
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If you could change something about how your church perceives mental health, what would you change? This week, Robyn Mulder, Writer and Editor talks about her journey and how she’s helping others find hope for their struggles with depression. #thechurchandmentalhealth #liferepurposedpodcast www.michellerayburn.com/102 ... See MoreSee Less
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In this week’s podcast, Jenn (This Mom Knows) talked about taking steps to do what you CAN without being paralyzed by what you can’t do. #takingsteps #movingforwardwithgoals #liferepurposedpodcast www.michellerayburn.com/101 ... See MoreSee Less
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This week on the podcast: Jenn Uren (This Mom Knows) is helping others discover a different way to raise kids, run a business, homeschool, and create systems for at home. Her learning moments have become opportunities to encourage others. #learningmoments #newwaystoaccomplishgoals #liferepurposedpodcast www.michellerayburn.com/101 ... See MoreSee Less
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They open their faces and just exist, with no awareness of how they point to their Maker with sheer beauty. Gives meaning to “Consider the lilies…” ... See MoreSee Less
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