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The Ultimate Christian Living bundle 2014 (and why I made a promise to myself to read every day)

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Who among us doesn’t want to lead a life worth emulating? One of the things I find myself thinking about often is what kind of example I’m giving my children. What kind of life do they see me living?  What kind of attitude do they see me projecting? How do they see me taking care of them? Taking care of myself?

I want them to see a happy mom who loves her kids, has a close marriage, a fulfilling writing career, and a close, faith-filled walk with the Lord.

Beyond that, there are things I want for myself and my faith – true happiness, time to feed my soul, finding ways to be the best me that I can be.

And I don’t want those things to just be images that I project: I want those things to be true.

But, I struggle.

And I imagine some of you do, too.

I know that I don’t have to tell you that balancing life’s priorities is overwhelming at times. The pressures of work, the need for financial stability, the demands of parenting and the resulting strain on marriage can leave us weathered and weary – wondering what really works in life?

Words have always been a solace to me. Words are how I feel I best communicate and words are how I feel I best receive messages and meaning.

When I first started to crawl out from under the depression that I battled for far too long, one of the things I realized that had been missing from my self-care routine (which is a joke to even type as there wasn’t any kind of “self care” to speak of going on during that time) was that it had been a very long time since I had read a book. Me, the girl who has loved books since she was a child, hadn’t turned in a page in longer than she could remember.

This year I made a promise to myself to make more time to read. And while that has meant that sometimes my kindle and my bookshelves and my library bag has included some fluff and some mental “junk food”, it has also meant I’ve been making an effort to make time every day to read books that feed my soul.

This week I’m sharing some authors whose words might be a help, to you and to me, as we strive to find that balance of faith, love, and happiness.

The team at Ultimate-Bundles.com called in some best selling authors, leading experts and professionals to address the most common challenges faced by families and individuals today and created the Ultimate Christian Living bundle.

I’ll be purchasing my own copy of the bundle and I’m pleased to tell you about the sale today, too in case this is something that some of you have been looking for as well.

But friends? Whether or not you feel that this bundle offer is the right thing for you at the this time in your life, I hope that you’ll make time to read every day. Find words that feed your soul and give yourself the gift of a few stolen moments every day to take a time out from parenting and the world and lose yourself in words that lift you up.

You deserve that. You’ve earned that time.

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Kara’s Journal: Daybook 11.4.14

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Outside my window … the skies are blue-gray and we are expecting rain later that should last most of the rest of the day.

I am thinking … that there are three more days before a teenager lives in this house. In my mind’s eye I can still see my oldest daughter as a newborn, all chubby baby cheeks and long slender fingers. And yet, as nostalgic as I am for those baby days, I’m really proud of the young lady Jillian is becoming and I’m excited to see what this next phase of her life brings.

I am thankful … for fresh starts. Yesterday was a long one and I didn’t parent as well as I could have or should have. Here’s to fresh starts and a brand new day.

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40+ Advent ideas: simple ways to count the days

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Today I’m talking about Advent and some simple ways to count the days before Christmas.

It doesn’t take too many days of using an Advent calendar for even young kids to start to understand the idea of a count-down.  The simple, repeated act, be it opening a drawer on an heirloom calendar to reveal a surprise or tearing the next link on a paper chain every day, is a fun way for kids to mark the passage of time.

Are you looking for some ideas for observing Advent this year?  I’ve rounded up more than 40 of my favorite ideas for you to choose from. 

One reminder:  I know this list has grown from when I began it in 2012. There are now many more activities and Advent resources listed here, but I want to remind you to keep Advent simple. For me Advent is a time of quiet contemplation, anticipating the joy of Christmas day. It’s a season for reflection, introspection, and also preparation.

Advent isn’t meant to be busy or rushed. And it isn’t meant to be one more thing for your To Do list. For my family,  Advent is about simply enjoying the wait, anticipating the Christmas celebration, looking forward to what comes next.” – Kara, SimpleKids.net

Pick the single idea that speaks to you this year.  Maybe two if you promise me to keep it stress free, friends.  This is a time to let go of the excess and keep things sincere and focused, not overwhelming.

So this is me formally giving you permission not to do it all, okay?

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Kiddin’ Around 10.31.14

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Welcome to Kiddin’ Around, where I share different activities, games, crafts, and links the kids and I have loved each week as a way of sharing the fun with all of you but also to help me add these moments to our family memory bank.

Right now my kids are ages 3, 6, 8, and 12 or preschool, kindergarten, second grade, and seventh grade.

Here’s how we’ve been kiddin’ around:

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Daybook 10.27.14

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Outside my window … the skies are still dark as I type this, but the weatherman tells me that today and tomorrow are supposed to be really lovely and sunny. (And we’ll just pretend that the dire predictions for the rest of the week after that didn’t happen, okay?)

I am thinking … that there are now just 9 weekends left in 2014 and we have plans for 8 of them. They are good plans, fun plans, but that thought still leaves me a little bit shocked (and committed to enjoy the down time and quiet moments whenever I can).

I am thankful … for my sweet kids. When I told them that our local arts center had been vandalized (mums pulled up, pumpkins smashed) they were eager to help and to spend some time cleaning up and painting new pumpkins. Max even volunteered to go on a stake out to catch the bad guys, ha ha! I’m so thankful for their big hearts.

And, I’m also thankful for friends who see a need in our community and rise up to meet it and to Piney Acres Farm for donating the pumpkins.

There are some good people in this small town and I’m really glad we call it home.

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