Dear newly-wed wife, The hectic pre-wedding days are over. The many, often nerve-racking meetings with his parents, friends, family, colleagues are in the rear view mirror. The glorious wedding day has come and gone. The heady honeymoon too. The last unopened wedding gift - you gave it to ... Read More about 9 Things Every Newlywed Wife Should Know About Marriage
What can go wrong when you are learning to drive in Kenya? After a lot of dilly dallying over the years, I finally made my way to a driving school some weeks ago. Ps. This post was written while I lived in Kenya, before our relocation to the United States. My expectation? It would be a ... Read More about Learning to Drive in Kenya – A Rant and Lesson From the Driver’s Seat
Is there a good and bad way to process grief and trauma as a Christian? A few weeks ago, a good friend of mine lost her only child, a beautiful 14 year old girl, (whom we shall call Estelle) under tragic circumstances. When I first received the news, the first question that raced across my mind ... Read More about Learning to Process Grief and Trauma as A Christian
I never knew I had a deep need to talk until I got married. I thought I was a cool, in-control girl who didn’t have annoying female traits like “plenty of conversation”. Until I began to feel frustrated when my husband didn’t understand what I needed from him. In spite of the “hints” I ... Read More about Honey, Can We Talk?
Thomas LeBlanc, a certified trainer and coach says, “If all you have is a dream to succeed in a business.... go to sleep and dream about it because it will not happen unless you apply consistent action to the dream." Dreaming won't get you all the way to the top; application and grit picks up and ... Read More about The Power of Grit and Why You Must Persevere