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Do You Feel Constantly Exhausted?

Adrenal fatigue is something that could happen after prolonged physical, emotional, or mental stress. We tend to ignore the symptoms of adrenal fatigue, blaming it on the business of our lives. Symptoms range from fatigue, sleep issues, lacking focus, and memory issues. It can leave us feeling overwhelmed, anxious, and short-tempered. So how do you get out of this cycle of your hormones and body struggling against itself and leaving you feeling burned out?

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Put On Your Armor

I'm here to remind you of just that.

I'm here to tell you that God is on His way.

I'm here to tell you that God is fighting for you.

I'm here to tell you that God's Army is fighting through your darkest battles in order to reach you.

I'm here to remind you that you are strong.

I'm here to remind you that you are worthy.

I'm here to remind you that you are loved.

I'm here to remind you that you are not alone.

I'm here to remind you that you are enough. 

I'm here to remind you that you are worth fighting for. 

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How To Find Yourself When You Feel Lost

Your early twenties are a HUGE transitional time. Between figuring out this “adulting” thing, building a career, maintaining a healthy romantic relationship, finishing school, keeping in touch with friends, and balancing whatever else life decides to throw at you- it is easy to look back and see that you have grown as a person, and you don’t know the first thing about who you are anymore.

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Do You Believe or Do You Know?

Today is Palm Sunday.

Today begins a week of celebration. 

Why are we celebrating? 

We are celebrating Jesus and the price He paid on The Cross. 

You may be thinking, "Well Kailee, how is that a celebration if He died? That's nothing to celebrate about?" 

Oh but Sister, this IS a time of celebration BECAUSE we are saved.  

Jesus died on The Cross and paid the ultimate price through the ultimate sacrifice.  

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10 Ways to Welcome Spring with Your Kids

In no time spring will arrive, there will be buds on the trees and flowers will start blooming.  Your kids no doubt will have spent most of their time indoors during the winter months.  Can anyone say cabin fever? Spring is the time of the year that we can wipe all the sicknesses we got of the furniture, vacuum up all the salt and dirt we brought in from the snowstorms and lighten up all those heavy coats that we drag into our cars and back out again.  Most of all it is a time for rebirth, renewal and time for some outdoor fun!

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