Let’s grow through our fall and winter seasons of life gracefully. Living with grace and dignity is a mindset, so why not have fun along our journey of growing older by a few years? 100 percent chance we’re gonna die. We don’t know how or when, but we know this: It’s inevitable! Why are so many people fighting the aging process? It’s a natural occurrence in life. God numbers our days, so let’s make that number really count.
Are you a menopausal mama who struggles to lose weight? If so, I hope you’re encouraged by today’s post. If you aren’t someone who struggles with weight, share this article with friends who might! 🙂 Do you often regret predicting what may lie ahead in someone’s life? Why do I have to negatively share what to expect during mental pause (my term for menopause)? Sometimes I really put my foot in it! I apologized to a friend recently for ruining her big 5-0 celebration earlier this year. I ruined it by giving her some (unsolicited) advice about aging through her
Welcome to my lemonade stand! (Actually, that’s my daughter and her friend in our driveway many years ago with their lemonade stand.) Lifestyle changes can be good. Embrace This Season represents my focus on healthy living by growing gracefully through my fall season of life – and on into the winter season in future years. I’ve had a blog going for five years (at Curtain Queen Creates) where I encourage women to create the home they love to live in. It’s been a lot of fun, and inspiration flooded my soul at a feverish pitch for home projects over four