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Stressed Out? Here are 4 Simple Ideas to Include in Your Next Mini-Retreat

Recently I had a Monday where nothing was terribly wrong, but then suddenly it felt like everything was wrong. Ever had a day like that?  The previous week had been full of long workdays, including Saturday, which I normally don’t do. The morning started early and ended up being busier than expected. After lunch, I …

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3 Reasons Why You Should Learn to How to Pick Your Battles | SelahReflections.com

3 Reasons You Why Should to Learn How to Pick Your Battles

We all have a million things on our to-do-list, especially during the holidays. Without boundaries, and being clear on your priorities this long list can leave you stressed out and overwhelmed. Here are three reasons why you should learn to pick your battles. Reason #1: Picking Your Battles Helps You Manage Your Energy Levels There …

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What I Am Learning About Balance And The Simple Life Revisited | SelahReflections.com

What I’m Learning About Balance and the Simple Life – Revisited

A couple of years ago I wrote a guest post over at ShalomMama.com called, “What I’m Learning About Balance and the Simple Life.” It has ended up being one of my most popular posts, in fact, this evening I found out that it was referenced and quoted in a book, I had no idea! Since …

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Peace, Joy & Anchors | SelahReflections.com

Patience, Joy & Anchors: Encouragement for valley travelers (+ printable!)

Patience. Long-Suffering. Endurance. Perseverance. These are not fun words. They are not joyful words. In fact, they are words I’m happy to look past or at least talk to others about them and ignore their place in my own life!

However, they are necessary words. They are words that speak to our walk with Christ.

Patience is listed as the 4th fruit of the spirit.
In the book of Hebrews, we are told to “run with endurance the race that is set before us”.
We are also told that “love is patient, kind, it always hopes and always perseveres”…

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