Before you begin to fill your schedule this school year, Tami Kiser talks about what’s most important and one way to get it on your schedule.
Lisa Hess offers style-specific suggestions for those with the “I love to be busy” personal style.
God hasn’t turned his phone to silent. Ginny Kochis offers 9 tips to help us get better reception.
Cristina Trinidad muses, “Where’s time spent with God in all of this? Where is Adoration? Where is that extra Mass a week I had every intention of continuing after Lent? Where is time to pray the rosary? I’m a living Martha with Mary dreams. I know I can’t be the only one.”
Do you love to be busy? Lisa Hess has suggestions for how to keep it all together.
When we use our busy schedules as an apology or an excuse, we’re implying there is a failure taking place. That we’ve somehow messed up or that we’re just not cut out for this job. Be assured – that is not the case! We are wonderfully made by our Creator and we are perfectly equipped to do the job.