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I’m a worship pastor’s wife and stay at home mom that used to get tattoos and tour the country playing bass in a rock band. Most of the music gear is sold but I still have the tattoos. These days you’ll find me spending time with my family, working as a freelance graphic designer, or writing.

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Make your own Travelers Notebook for cheap! A simple step by step guide tutorial to make a TN from a poly folder and fabric.

How to Make Your Own Traveler’s Notebook Cover

I recently had a request to show how I made my traveler's notebook cover and since I needed a larger one, I figured I would give it a try! It's not an exact tutorial, more of a general idea of how to make it, so if you are the type...

How to start planning & ideas for weekly spread #bujo #bulletjournal #planner #planning

How To Start Planning & Ideas for the Weekly/Daily Hybrid Spread

Let's get started in those Scripture Coloring Planners! Don't know what that is? It's a coloring book, bullet journal style planner that features scripture to memorize each month! Whew! For more information, go here! So you have your 2019 Scripture Coloring Planner! Yay! But now what? If your first thought...

The Key to Taking Your Planner (& Life) to the Next Level

Nobody needs a whole planner just to write a few appointments down per week. We all have smart phones for that! So what's with the obsession with analog planners? I've always been a hands on person. There is just something about physically writing something down that commits it to memory....

What Are You Trying To Do? Connecting Planning & Faith

Recently I’ve found myself asking a new question to my children when they object – “But I wasn’t trying to ________!” (Fill in the blank with: hit him, break that, run around the house screaming, etc.) I have started turning the phrase around on them and asking “What WERE you...