Over the last year, we have talked a lot about values. In episode 40 we shared with you simple steps that will help you discover your core values. This is a great start in living an intentional life. however, just knowing your values is not enough to make them show up in your everyday. You can say you stand for something, but unless those values are translated into behaviors, you will go about your days continuing with habits that are familiar and comfortable. In episode 48 we discussed how to turn your values into practices that are actionable, repeatable, observable, and measurable.
As women, we spend a lot of our time nurturing others. Sometimes that can leave us worn out and run down. The answer? Self Care. It is not a selfish act but rather the way we steward the life we have been given. When we take care of ourselves we are ultimately better women, wives, and moms.
Both care and comfort are necessary. Today we are discussing the benefits and differences of both and how we incorporate them into our lives.
In today’s culture, when asked how we are doing, we often reply “busy”. It’s the excuse we use when we are late or to explain why we haven’t called, emailed, or stayed in touch. The thing is, we are legitimately busy. However, life there is one thing that is missing from our active schedule. And that’s margin. Today we are talking about why it is so important it is, what embracing it will change, and how we can incorporate it into our lives.
When the Creator of the Universe made us in His image He gave us all of us the ability to create. No matter what it is you do with the gifts and talents you have been given creativity takes inspiration, as well as time and intention. Today Kimberly will share with us what she has learned about the art and discipline of writing, plus the five steps she takes to live more creatively.
Join us and special guest, Elisa Pulliam, as we talk about social media, why it’s contributing to miscommunication and misunderstanding among generations. and how we can overcome it. She believes It’s time to be #socialFREE for our own emotional and spiritual sanity, and so we can model healthy usage in our families and relationships. Let’s use it a tool to manage life instead of it managing us.
Do you ever feel like life is spinning out of control? It’s easy to lose focus and get overwhelmed. However, it’s not hopeless, I promise you. The key to making to the other side is understanding what centers you when navigating through a busy life. Kimberly Coyle is here to share with us a few touch points she uses throughout her day to help her remember that she is a human being, not a human doing.
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to get organized, you're in the right place. In Episode 28 my co-hosts and I talked about what worked and what didn’t work for us in 2016. We found out that one of the things that worked for was Bullet Journaling. Elise has an interest in giving a try so we thought it would be fun to have a tutorial with her right here on the podcast.
Seasons of life change. What worked in one season of our life differs in the next. Some transitions we prepare for and some take us by surprise. I am Kimberly Amici and I am here today talking with Elise Daly Parker and Kimberly Coyle about life transitions, the ones we’ve been through and what we have learned from them.
We hear a lot in church about how important it is to spend time with God but it is rarely ever followed up by what it really means or what it looks like. We asked our contributors at Circles of Faith how they spent their devotional time, it confirmed that there were many ways to pray, read the Bible, and develop a close relationship with God. So if you are interested in started this spiritual discipline or looking for ideas on how to enhance yours, today’s podcast is for you.