Monday Motivations

The Courage to Change

I can’t believe we are already three months into the new year! Now is the time to check in and see how ya’ll are doing on your New Years resolutions. Are you going steady, or flopping miserably? Don’t worry, it’s never too late! Let’s focus on how we can continue to transform, evolve, and become better versions of ourselves.

Change begins with a simple thought. A desire; and ends with action. A continuing path of positive transformation.

Change is no easy task. Most people are comfortable living the same way they’ve been accustomed to for years. Change is a risk people don’t want to take. Nobody wants to step into unknown territory. It’s too scary. However, unless you take that giant leap of faith to the other side you’re stuck wondering, am I doing the right thing? What if I fail? You’re certainly not alone. Just because you’re too scared to modify your life isn’t a good enough reason to forget it altogether.

How Can You Begin the Process of changing?

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Personal Blog

Love is a Verb

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Today is the perfect day to ask yourself, what is my definition of love? If you asked me this eight years ago when I first fell in love my answer would have been different than my answer today, however I have learned many lessons the past eight years. I’ve learned communication is key in any relationship, as well as, quality time, and making your spouse a top priority. Romantic relationships and marriages are not the product of each of you giving fifty percent. Both parties must give one hundred percent. Most importantly, love is a physical task, not a simple emotion.


Love is a verb, not a noun

My blog today is written by Jeremy and Audrey Roloff from Beating 50 Percent. Take a look at their thoughts revolving around the biblical meaning of love. I couldn’t agree more!

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DIY Valentine Coupon’s

A coupon book is far from a one of a kind gift, which is why I’ve never made one until now. Instead of making a typical sexy, hot, naughty, or whatever you want to call it cheesy-coupon book, I came up with useful things I knew my husband would appreciate, such as, free food, back massage, and watching his favorite T.V. shows. Think about specific things your significant other enjoys and create coupons tailored to their needs.


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