Practical Tips to Keep it Simple in the New Year • Ep 76

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Today I am sitting down in the midst of a snow storm, to chat about practical tips for living a simple life in the new year. I am not trying to sell you the newest organization method or tell you to make resolutions, but I am sharing realistic ways to make simple changes for a simple life, and ultimately focus on Jesus above all else!


Links mentioned in this episode:

Super Simple Meal Planning (No Fancy Meal Plans, Freezer Meals, or Pinterest Recipes) and Going Gluten-Free

Get in the Word! New Challenge for Us!

Women in the Word- session video

My Word for the Year. It’s Not What You Think.

Women in Prayer- Start a Prayer Group in Your Home

Simple Organization: Good Bye Color-Coded Bins, and Multiple Planners… Why I’ve Gone Back to the Basics

Back to Simple Podcast Episode 24

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This summer, I am hosting a women’s retreat in Gettysburg, PA. In a world of excess, we are going to focus on that fact that Jesus is enough. The world will tell you YOU are enough. But truly, HE is enough. He is all we need. We don’t rely on ourselves, or earthly comforts, but on Him alone.  I have lived with it all stripped away, and I have seen that yes, Jesus is enough. In fact, Jesus is MORE than enough.

Early Bird Registration is Open! Join us for this life changing and life-giving event. You will spend two days with other sisters in Christ, tired of what the world offers, and ready to live the life that HE offers.


Check out where I am speaking in 2018—-> SPEAKING (UPDATED)

Listen to the Podcast—-> PODCAST

Watch my YouTube Channel–->YouTube

Visit my homeschooling site–>Bible Based Homeschooling

Shop Simply Living for Him——>SHOP (new items added!)


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