Normally, we start the New Year by thinking how we failed the previous year and wishing we’d done better. We wanted to lose thirty pounds and only lost fifteen. Let’s think positively. Author Peggy Sue wells challenged me to evaluate last year before launching into 2023. She said we can reflect and measure our progress. Reframe our thoughts, and then refocus for the new year. What a refreshing difference.
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Today women want to have a family, get a degree, homeschool, and run a business or ministry. That requires women to get organized. My guest this week was Sharon Norris Elliott, and she did it all, including an advanced degree. Her guidelines will help you get organized.
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When we approach the New Year, everyone tends to decided what their plans are. What are my New Year’s resolutions. However, my guest this week was author Peggy Sue Wells. She believes in self-care and mental health. So she decided what not to do in the New Year. You’ll learn a lot and enjoy a chuckle when she shares her list.
Since 2020 has been rough, many people rejoice to see the New Year. However, we can be sure that challenges lie ahead because we live in a world full of sin. How can we end well? And what’s a good mind-set for the year ahead?
My guest this week was my assistant, Mavian Arocha Rowe. She also works as a book editor, teacher, editor of Chispa Magazine and Little PINK book, and Via Magazine publisher. The two of us discussed how to launch the New Year.
A prayer of thanks for the birth of Jesus and a cry for God’s grace and protection in 2021