Should I do the Daniel Fast?

Realizing that the “Daniel Fast” is not a true fast, but rather a lifestyle that David lived, should we still model our fast off of it? Let’s see. What is a fast? Fasting is deliberately giving up food for a set period of time in order to seek the Lord through prayer. How long should […]

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The Daniel Fast is Not a Fast

As the new year rolls in, comes new diets, new commitments, but same ol’ Daniel fast (for some of us). If you were brought up in any sort of Christian community or around “Christian folk”, you know that the beginning of the year signals the church-wide Daniel fast. If you do not know what the […]

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Holding On

One of the hardest parts of getting rid of items are the sentiments attached to them. Even when there are items you don’t desire to keep, letting go of such items may actually make you come to terms with the reality of a situation. 

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To Tip or Not to Tip

Fact. I struggle with tipping. I can count five instances this week where I was expected or obligated to tip. However, a 20% flat rule cannot work in all situations. It’s just not the way my wallet is set up. Should I tip the nail person the same as a restaurant waitress? What about a to-go […]

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How Do I Get Into the Habit of Working Out?

These are my encouraging tips for you if you’re trying to get into a healthy habit of working out or just any habit in general. It starts with small steps. How do you form a habit? Well, you practice in small increments over time.

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Old Navy Haul

As an Old Navyist, Old Navy is clearly one of my favorite places to shop on a budget. They allow so many coupons and discounts and they make shopping a breeze with their cards. I can return items with just the swipe of my card. This past weekend (and still from the looks online), they had their 50% off Active Wear sale. I can get around 20 products for less than $200!! That’s an average of $10 an item.

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