I truly hope you’ve enjoyed these weekly reminders to “Love Your Selfie” a bit more in 2018. My final tip for this series is to Believe in Your Selfie and encourage others along the way. Often times during my life I’ve found that I am my own worse critic and I had to work hard to change that through bible study and prayer. In this post, I’m sharing information that has helped me along the way and I hope it encourages you as well. Feel free to share this post so other women can be uplifted and strengthened to endure until the end.
Last year I was so elated to join the featured writers of the Homeschooling with Heart blog and share a few homeschool encouragement posts with a new audience. Just in case you missed the monthly features, here are the links to each post I contributed along with a couple of my favorites from other writers. I’ve been encouraged by each post shared on this blog and I hope you make time to subscribe so you don’t miss what these wonderful writers have shared.
MY MONTHLY FEATURES
Lord, I thank you includes a few testimonies from our ten years of marriage and how grateful we are that God has guided us through it all.
The Power of the Purge is about our massive household and homeschool purge and the freedom that we gained from owning much less.
Regaining Homeschool Joy goes into detail about how it is important to make time to study the Bible and pray daily so God can strengthen you along your journey.
Family Freebies Near You shares several free opportunities to have some fun with your family. I also included a list of several business that have free programs for children all year.
OTHER HwH POSTS I ENJOYED
Enjoy the Ride by Rachel Ann Rogish encourages believers to have faith in God throughout every part of every circumstance.
Stained Gratitude by Cheri Fields was a great reminder that although we may not enjoy all parts of our jobs, we should still be grateful we are able to complete the work.
Dangerous Mentoring: The Bright Side by Ruth Sundeen was a wonderful testimony that encourages parents to guide their children as God designed so they can accomplish all he has ordained for them.
Hey Mama Monday posts are weekly encouragement posts written by Gena Suarez, owner of The Old Schoolhouse MagazineTM. I enjoy sharing these with my homeschool friends because one can never have too much encouragement.
Make time this week to enjoy these blog posts and be sure to subscribe to the Homeschooling with Heart blog so you never miss a moment of laughter, comfort, caution, or gratefulness offered via the wonderful writers. By clicking this phenomenal hyperlink, you will receive a weekly email containing each post shared on the blog that week.
Have a great week,