I have a larger-than-average size family. Jen and I have six kids ranging from 10 to 18 years of age. As you can imagine, we have a lot of activity. Because of this, it’s been even more important for us to be intentional about how we spend our time and how we manage our stuff. [shareable text=”It’s been […]

I’m a firm believer in the concept of simplifying and eliminating distraction. But some things need to stay. I talk a lot about decluttering, but you don’t need to get rid of everything. The whole idea is to get the less important stuff out of the way so you can really appreciate the things you value most. So,


Over the past several years, I’ve been working on being more intentional about the “everyday” things in my life. As simple as it sounds, it can be difficult to practice. I struggled with it as recently as 1 hour ago. See, I’ve always been an organizer. However, my approach to managing my time has changed


None of us want to get to the end of our week (or life) and look back on missed opportunities.  But, for many, it’s tough to slow down to a sustainable pace. Pace….that’s a good word. It means  “the speed or rate at which something happens”. We often struggle because we can’t find contentment in

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