When I took a social media vacation a few weeks ago, I learned several important lessons. I’d recently written about the practice of taking a social media sabbath, but it had been a while since I’d disconnected for longer than… Read More »6 Lessons Learned from a 10-Day Social Media Vacation
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about how to build community after a big life transition. After my third child was born, I needed more consistent female companionship. I decided to organize a Dinner Club to build the community… Read More »How to Start a Dinner Club and Create Community
For about five years when my children were small, I worked part-time from home managing social media for a local university. It was an ideal job for that season of life; I could do most of my work while my… Read More »How to Design the Best Social Media Break for You
Jeffrey Lucas Jr. is an author, pastor and homeschool dad who writes about aligning money with life’s calling. He quit his career in order to pursue life’s passions and be more involved homeschooling his kids. You can follow him at… Read More »How to Stop Overspending with Three Questions
If dinner is the most stressful time of your day, meal planning and food prep might help. We all eat, and most of us do it at least three times a day. Let’s find a few ways that we can… Read More »Meal Planning and Food Prep Are the New Self-Care
Sometimes naming the problem and coming up with solutions is the easy part; asking for help implementing those solutions can be the real struggle.
Problem solving empowers us and helps us to know ourselves.
Basic problem solving is a four-step process of naming the problem, brainstorming solutions, choosing a solution, and assessing that solution.
When COVID-19 hit the United States in March of 2020, everything changed. As the world shut down – schools, restaurants, bars, gyms, churches, even playgrounds – daily life shifted dramatically. That was all true for Ashley Kellner, a Retail Account… Read More »Lessons Learned from Life & Leadership