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Show of hands: how many of us love freebies? If you kept your hands at your side saying no, I’m questioning your honesty, possibly your humanity. For the rest of us (normal) folks, the price tag of free often makes gadgets and gizmos aplenty even more attractive. To prove how normal it is, there’s a […]

Forget the Regrets: Give Them A Rose Now

Although it isn’t the most common expression, you may have been told that while someone is alive you should “give them a rose.” Similarly, Proverbs 3:7 states “Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due…”  Have you ever wished you told someone you cared for them, whether you were close and knew […]

Eight Phoenix Based Small Businesses & Entrepreneurs

Phoenix, Arizona, may be a big place, but it is one of the leading cities in the nation for producing small businesses and entrepreneurs. We love to support local businesses! But how many startups or side hustles do you know that struggle to get the exposure they need to generate profit? Also, how do you […]

Spiritually Speaking: Predetermined Judgments

Ephesians 4:25 (KJV)Wherefore putting away lying, speak every man truth with his neighbour: for we are members one of another. Gossip can be so sneaky. We so often want to trust and believe what our friends (or extremely convincing folks in the media…another story, another time) tell us, that we don’t even think to question […]

Spiritually Speaking: What Self-Care Is Not

Recently, I saw a meme on social media that read “Cancelling plans is OK. Staying home to cook is OK. Disappearing for a bit to get your life together is OK. Resurfacing in a foreign country 10 years later with a new name is OK. It’s called self-care.” At first glance, I wanted to agree […]

It Gets Worse (Sometimes)

All it took was one look at him, and I was smiling and blushing. I know, this sounds like a typical start to a predictable, sappy love story, but it’s even better than that, people. I smiled because his sign said “cheer up, it only gets worse.” I blushed because I felt convicted. Up until […]