If You’re A Selfish Person, Don’t Have Kids

After eight years of working in residential care, my wife and I chose to step away and take a shot at normality for our family this past summer. Three months into our new journey and I must say that it was the right decision to make for our family. However, despite the change of careers, our heart still breaks for children. I see kids that are struggling in life and I want to step in and fix them (or attempt to). It’s second nature at this point.  Continue reading “If You’re A Selfish Person, Don’t Have Kids”

How To Increase Your Reader Base

It’s not easy to get someone to pay attention to your blog. It’s even more difficult when you take a few months off while you move across the country and start your life over, not that I know anything about that. As a writer, the most important thing is for someone to be available to read. Makes sense right? What good are your words if they just simply exist? The need to make their way into someone else’s brain. They need to resonate somewhere.  Continue reading “How To Increase Your Reader Base”

Finding Time To Declutter

We are all so busy. It’s really not debatable. We all have a lot going on right now. Having just moved back to Illinois from Virginia was quite a task. We’re settling into a new home and finding jobs. I have gotten back to work and Elisa is doing well with her job as well. The kids are making friends. We’re getting to know our neighbors and settling into a new church. This week, Elisa and the kids have spent their days getting to know our new home school community.  Continue reading “Finding Time To Declutter”

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