How to “Advent Like a Boss”: A Review of “Until I Rest in You,” and a Family Based Project

Being intentional about living in the season of Advent before Christmas lead me to 2 different product reviews - one for the mama, one for the family! Check 'em out, and let me know... how do *you* plan to Advent Like a Boss this year?

How to Advent Like a Boss: The Mass Box Review & Catholic Mom Bundle

"I'm always trying to find ways to incorporate faith-based products into our everyday life. Growing up, I would devour any and all tales of saints. And, starting in second grade, I became active in participating in the Mass. I started out in the choir, then moved into altar serving, and eventually found myself lectoring, reading, and being an all-hands-on-deck member of the community..." If you are a Catholic mom, you do NOT want to miss this review of The Mass Box for ages 4-8, and as a Catholic woman, this is a reminder about the Catholic Mom Bundle - something in there for every Catholic family and every Catholic woman. Guaranteed!

Knocking Down Brick Walls: An Invitation to Church

"Church is a constant reminder that there is something - dare I say Someone - far greater than me. There is a purpose for living life that doesn't include chasing only things which will make me feel good. To put it bluntly, Church..." A conversation with my Kindergartner sparked some swirling thoughts this week - which I explore more in today's post. Will you join me at church this weekend?

The Plans of (Wo)men, and Other Things that Make God Laugh

The Plans of (Wo)men, and Other Things that Make God Laugh - How I made a plan, and then God revealed His hand... An update about my blog.

Starting at Home: Be the Change You Want to See

"And, if you are a spouse or parent, and the world is heavy right now, impacting your ability to be a kind, gracious, patient spouse or parent, this Catholic mom and blogger gives you permission to walk away from the negativity. Turn off the television, or turn it to Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood or reruns of Mr. Rogers. Walk away from social media for a while." In today's piece, I tackle the weight of the world - and share an important reminder of how our roles impact us... and, impact the world. Change starts at home.