Resolve to read these books in 2016

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As for me, I’ve made a life change: traded resolutions for goals.  But let’s be honest…most people still use the word resolution when they make that decision to do things differently each year.  In my case, I read these great books last year, so I’m passing them on to you to put on your MUST […]

Family Time: Take it back in 2016!

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What a glorious few weeks of family time we had over the holidays!  We hosted friends and family Christmas Eve for church, along with traditional “Advent Book” reading and Chicken Pot Pie dinner.  Christmas day we played games, watched movies, took walks, ate too much. We also had the abundant blessing of skiing/boarding in the […]

Love Your Neighbor Christmas Fudge

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Over the years, my Mom’s Fudge has become renowned.  At least to those people lucky enough to get it delivered to their door at Christmas time.  Since my kids were little, I carried on the tradition of making Christmas fudge for others – teachers, neighbors, friends, family, doctors, dentists, pretty much anyone within arms reach […]

Live Like Jesus

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Yesterday marked my last Seasonings with Sarah live event.   It was wrought with emotion for me, but I also faced a bizarre episode of gout in my foot less than 12 hours before I was supposed to present this message.  Faithful praying friends walked beside me and a last minute video doctor visit allowed […]

His way, not my way

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About a week ago I made a decision to self publish my book.   Hours later, a friend and I were chatting on the phone and she connected me to an acquisitions editor at a publishing house.  And days later, I found myself on the phone with her discussing my project. What an unexpected connection […]

Take it off! Ditch the world’s labels and wear God’s

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All the world’s a label these days.  We label conditions with words like ADHD, anxiety disorder, hyperactive.  We label women with words like stay-at-home-mom, working mom, dance mom, helicopter mom.  We label personality types with words like type A, sanguine, choleric, Achiever. We label kids with words like braniacs, popular kids, jocks, nerds, geeks, drama […]

Getting out of the place called doubt

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Yesterday I was working on my book when I was overcome with feelings of doubt.  Why am I even writing this?  Will anyone read it?  Surely there’s other, better resources out there.  No one needs my book.  And by the way, I’m a terrible writer.  Who would publish this?  I wonder. Do you have your own vulnerable spots […]

Vlog: How can you Love Your Neighbor?

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I promised I was going to share a blog that helped you with exact ways you can love your neighbor.  This is the first installment of an ongoing video series I will be doing in the months to come with simple, do-able ways to begin loving your neighbor for all you that want to know! I […]

The Thief of Comparison

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It’s not news to anyone that we spend inordinate amounts of time online these days…which can lead to dissatisfaction with our own lives in comparison to the false perceptions of someone’s reality (however carefully chosen).  There are times I am set free when I see a post or photo of a friend without make up […]

Love Your Neighbor Soup… and my secret ingredient.

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In my recent vlog about why you need to love your neighbor, I promised I would tell you how!  One of the ways I love my neighbor that’s proven the most successful is to bring them food.  Whether they have had surgery, death of a loved one, a new baby, a new house, a bad day, I’ve never yet found a […]