Everyone loves a free spirit, and as modern women, many of us (at least secretly) want to be one! But here's the big secret: being free doesn't mean we've actually been freed.Our Instagram feeds are stuffed daily with beautiful photos advocating a glamorously non-conformist "bohemian" lifestyle. While the sum total of what it means to … Continue reading 10 Hallmarks of a Truly Free(d) Spirit
I was 30 years old when I walked out of the highest-paying job I ever hoped to hold. In the preceding months, I had done everything I could to ensure my success. I hired a business coach. Got a business plan together. And even started getting beta clients for my new business's first service package, so … Continue reading Are You as a Woman Really Ready to Start Your Own Business?
I believe God wants us to have the things we are longing for—relationally, creatively and materially.Let me say that again. I believe God wants us to have the things we are longing for—relationally, creatively and materially. If that sounds like I believe God is my ATM, ready to dole out relationships, artistic projects and cash … Continue reading God Is My ATM, No Matter How Offensive That Sounds
Photo courtesy of Krizean Josh Victa So many women ask me about the concept of FLOW. In fact, I really hadn’t thought much about it personally as a concept until I started hearing it from them.Once I started pondering the concept, however, I realized it was a key subject of God's teaching in my life … Continue reading 3 Levels of Flow You as a Woman Can Create in your Life
“Yes, God is more than ready to overwhelm you with every form of grace, so that you will have more than enough of everything--every moment and in every way. He will make you overflow with abundance in every good thing you do.” -- 2 Corinthians 9:8 (Passion Translation) Ever since I began intentionally cultivating my … Continue reading When EL SHADDAI Meets FOMO: Who’s really driving our pursuit of love, creativity and money
From the time I was born, I’ve been a bargain shopper. Yes, like literally, I think my mom and grandma took me out bargain-hunting in a stroller. They raised me “good and frugal.” When it came to clothes shopping, deals were our best friend. If it wasn’t on sale, we didn’t buy it. Living large … Continue reading “You are not my Bargain Bin Daughter” and Other Radical Things God Said to Me about Money and Shopping