Is speaking your spouse's love language a race to the top? Or to the bottom? Most spouses want to love well. Unfortunately, they don't consider the sacrifice that is involved in loving well. I learned this recently when my husband took some time off work. One morning, he began the day ... Read More about Why Speaking My Love Language is a Race to The Bottom
Some three and half years ago, I felt impressed to give away my entire wardrobe. Or at least the part that I liked. Which was most of it. I was a newly wed at that time and I had given away most of my clothes before the wedding - so my wardrobe was already bare. As I began to pack away ... Read More about Radical Giving – Of Giving Away Your Smile, Wardrobe and Life
Being a single woman on Valentine's day - it's an art. But what a day for all single people looking for love! As a single woman, I was not a big Valentine Day fan to begin with. But over time and with everyone else shouting about it, I started to "notice" it. I wanted chocolates ... Read More about How To Stay Sane When You Are Single on Valentine’s Day
Why should you count the ways your husband loves you? Allow me to share from my experience. I perceive my husband's love in different ways. He carries stuff for me. He opens the car door. He pulls out seats in restaurants (not always but often enough to make me feel special). He is sweet ... Read More about Gratitude: Why You Should Count The Ways Your Husband Loves You
I love mentoring - I enjoy sharing my personal development story, especially in the areas of purpose and relationships. But like many of us who have a gift (or a passionate love) for something, I easily overestimate my abilities. This was my folly and naivety in the early days - operating like ... Read More about Want To Stay Young? Mentor Someone.