The Number One Killer of Women

The Number One Killer of Women

Do you know the facts about women and heart disease? Truth is, most of the research done and information disseminated in the past has been about men...but women are finding out that the picture is a little different for us, and that we are just as at risk as the fellas. I decided to share about this on Go Red for Women day, because I am at risk for heart disease. In fact, in recent months I Continue reading

Where I Am Today, As Well As About 1300 Others

Where I Am Today, As Well As About 1300 Others

Will have a B-E-A-utiful giveaway post coming later today… …but for now I’m getting ready to go to my local (in) real life meetup! It’s a chance for (in)courage bloggers and friends to meet offline and build some real life community!  We started off by watching a live webcast at home yesterday.  The meetups happen today and there are more great webcast messages to view…though we think we’ll be so Continue reading

Monday Stuff – Poison T-Shirts, Origami Flowers, Homemade Bread & Such

Monday Stuff – Poison T-Shirts, Origami Flowers, Homemade Bread & Such

{1} My weekend started off great, and I was blessed to volunteer at the Women of Faith One Day conference in Wichita on Saturday.  This is a new format for them this year and I thought it was pretty great – especially for those who usually can’t afford the time or expense to attend the weekend events.  My awesome hubby helped me pack my lunch Saturday evening {since my food allergies would keep me Continue reading

Because Your Lashes Shouldn’t Make You Cry

Because Your Lashes Shouldn’t Make You Cry

There are enough things in this world to make a girl cry. Sappy movies. Cute babies.  Because it’s Tuesday. Wind. Dust. Allergies. My city is supposed to be the 5th worst in the country this year for allergies...cuz we're Wichitawesome that way.  The last thing a girl needs is for the mascara she puts on every day to make her cry.  Yet, for approximately 120 20 years that was exactly what happened Continue reading

Every Life Is Beautiful – October Baby

Every Life Is Beautiful – October Baby

TODAY when most of the world will be clamoring to see the "next big movie series" based on popular books with a dark theme aimed at our young people another movie is released.  This one is life-affirming.  It teaches lessons about love, family, relationships, forgiveness, grace and healing. October Baby is the story of Hannah, a young woman who has had health issues her entire life.  After an Continue reading