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Book Recommendations for July 2019: Sare’s Favorite Reads

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Recently my focus has been heavy into Apologetics and strengthening my personal relationship with my Heavenly Father, as well as how my family’s homeschooling journey fits into it.
The following four books helped me with difficult decisions…

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Six Things I Learned When I Quit Facebook

When I discovered Facebook almost a decade ago, I never imagined it would be something that took on a life of its own. I sure didn’t expect that a social media platform would be something that could ever require the need of a hiatus.
Then one day, not long before the election, I realized I was in desperate need of cleansing myself from the constant updates, notifications, and interactions. During the four(ish) months I was away I learned a lot about myself, and the effect Facebook has on me. Here are six of them:

Changes in Life

Not long ago my husband and I contemplated purchasing a home, but as we began the process we quickly realized my student loans were going to be a huge (like $72,000 huge) hurdle. This led to our first aha moment. Even though this wasn’t really a positive thing for us, and it was a huge disappointment, it came to be a huge blessing.

To Journal or Not to Journal, That is MY Question

Pinterest is an amazing thing, and by amazing I mean an unimaginable time-sucking, black hole of inspiration that can either brighten a person’s day, or cause them despair over their own lack of creativeness. The other day while I was wasting time  taking a break and scanning the latest pins on Pinterest, I came across this…

Power of a Positive Mom

Recently I’ve been doing my daily devotions with the book The Power of a Positive Mom. For those mothers who are looking for God’s grace during the stressful times of motherhood, I highly recommend this book. Karol Ladd has made me smile even when I want to cry. I’m not saying I’m naturally a positive mom.…