Resiliency Training

I have had a fairly privileged life.  It’s true, I have endured some hardships – an injury that could have changed the course of my life, enduring an education “In the Men’s House”, two deployments of my own, two of Matt’s deployments, living in foreign countries, birthing my first baby without my husband by my side because of one of […]

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Adapt and Overcome

I am truly amazed at how adaptable the human body is.  When I was in the Army, I dreaded the PT test.  I had convinced myself that I just couldn’t run.  Honestly, my lower body has taken it tough over the years, MCL and meniscus tears, ACL replacement, surgery on both feet, dislocated and fractured knee cap, […]

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SURVIVOR!: Part II

Yesterday I posted about living like a SURVIVOR!.  If you missed, be sure to go back and check it out!  As I was researching, my post got really long, so I decided to break it up into two parts.  Below are the biblical references I found for incorporating the 12 characteristics of survivors into the life of a Christian.  I guess it […]

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SURVIVOR!

Have you ever read something, something you had heard before, or already knew, but then you read it in a new way and something magical happened?  As I have been reading through the bible these last several months, the ‘remnant of Israel’ has been mentioned several times.  These are the people God allowed time and time again […]

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Clean Living

This concept of clean is everywhere these days.  Clean eating seems to be the new craze.  So, I googled it, just to see what the hype was all about.  The first site that popped up was from Clean Eating Magazine.  According to the article, eating clean is following the simple guidelines listed below: Eating 5-6 times […]

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New Year's Resolutions

If God Wrote My New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions I have never cared much for the idea of New Year’s Resolutions, and it seems choosing “one word” for the year has overtaken the tradition of making them. But the ideas are similar. I like goals and measurable benchmarks to evaluate progress or improvement. I like lists…no, that is an understatement. I […]

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