At this point, we are almost a week into a new year. And I don’t know about you, but I haven’t seen any dramatic improvements. The things that went wrong in 2020 are still going wrong today. The “Virus that must not be named” is still virus-ing. Small businesses are
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The time after the holidays can be rough. You’ve experienced the warm and coziness of Christmas. Your family was (or wasn’t) around. The bills start coming in from all those wonderful presents you bought. And you likely put on a few pounds indulging in all the chocolate-y goodness everywhere. And
Us parents stress about every new parenting trend that comes out. We DESPARATELY want to make sure we don’t mess up. And good grief is that hard. With every expert weighing in on every side of every argument, it’s impossible to know what the right thing is. In the last
Our single family income is never stretched further than at Christmas and birthday shopping. We know how to stretch a dollar when it comes to shopping, but let’s be honest…gifts can be expensive. And Amazon just doesn’t provide the same level of cheap shopping that it used to. Somewhere along
There’s a popular misconception that the Bible uses the phrase “fear not” 365 times. While it may not be true that there is a “fear not” for every day of the year, it’s certainly true that the several hundred times fear IS in there has a lot to say about