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Study the Book of Proverbs – Chapter Two

Read through Chapter Two of the Book of Proverbs. Make notes or questions about the verses. Be sure to write down any verse or group of verses that stand out during your reading. You can keep them on an index card and read over them when you have a few minutes during the day. Seeking […]

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Studying the Book of Proverbs – Chapter One

Start your study by taking the time to read the first chapter of Proverbs. Make notes about the material or write down questions that you might have about what you are reading. It helps to have a notebook designated for the study. Be aware of any verses that stand out to you during this reading. […]

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Make keywords from your past work for you.

Curse of the Keywords Past

Keywords that I used in the beginning of my journey continue to haunt my website today. The year that I launched my first blog, I had no idea what I was doing or what direction I was going. I knew that I wanted to write, and so I wrote. Surfing around the internet led me […]

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Adjustments allow you to dodge bullets.

Learning to Adjust to Life

Boxes of stuff fill my office, front porch and back porch crying out to be put away. Dirty piles of laundry cover the living room floor demanding to be washed. Used dishes overflow the sink screaming to be cleaned just so they can be used again in the next round of cooking. You have to […]

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Finding my face in the Proverbs 31 woman.

Finding MY Face in the Proverbs 31 Woman

I am woman – watch me pass out. People have told me that I have that quote wrong, but I have to disagree. All of the tasks that I am expected to accomplish, on top of all those tasks I expected to accomplish often leave me beyond exhausted and headed right for a break down. […]

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Find the key for writing success.

One Key to Writing Success

One of the keys to the universe of success revealed itself to me today. I discovered that if I want to get some writing done then I will have to take time out of my day to write. I hear what you are all saying, “You want to be a writer and you did not […]

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Overcome stinking thinking.

Overcoming a Habit of Stinking Thinking

“We think not, therefore we are not.” The line comes from a play that my son was in recently, but those words have been following me around since I last heard them. What is that is the one key that we are all missing from the path that we desire to walk. What are you […]

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