I can't believe today is my 3-year blogging anniversary! I am amazed at all the Lord has brought me through from the time I started this journey until now. This blog began as a sort of therapy as I emerged from what was an 18-month journey from the depths of postpartum depression, anxiety, and (at the beginning) psychosis which included two hospitalizations. I truly have so much for which…See More
Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I am a (mostly) stay-at-home mom who loves the Lord and found my voice with blogging. At my site you'll find musings about every day life including Faith, Prayer, Recipes, Freebies, Frugal Living Tips, Homeschooling, Marriage, Parenting and more. Here I share my journey of faith and life as a stay-at-home mom. My prayer is to inspire and encourage others and record the precious moments of my son's childhood.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Instead of "I Live for Blogging", I would say "I Live and I Blog". Anytime that blogging becomes a major distraction away from REAL life (my husband, my son, my faith, my community), I need to step back and readjust.
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