I recently met this trend in the mental wellness corner of the interwebs called JOMO. JOMO is the antidote to the oddly relatable and somewhat shameful Fear Of Missing Out, better known as FOMO. By switching F to J, and using cognitive retraining, one can deal with their fear of missing by reimagining it as … Continue reading The Cure to FOMO: JOMO
Category: Productive Living
All the organization and productivity tips that make a Hopemade lifestyle.
10 Things to Look Forward to When You Become a Homemaker
Writing this list of things to look forward to helped ease my anxiety about financial provision, which was the biggest concern for me as a mother. I was delighted to find several reasons why homemaking would be rewarding in ways that money could not buy.
Moms Have Dreams, Too (& Yes, It’s Okay!)
It’s easy to martyr yourself for the greater good. It’s even easier to resent the greater good because of your own choice to pursue martyrdom. While I wholeheartedly believe in godly submission to your husband and service to your family, there is still room for a mom to be the woman God made her to … Continue reading Moms Have Dreams, Too (& Yes, It’s Okay!)
5 Ways to Define Your Life Dream
AKA Your Jam, Passion, Calling... For many a reason, people feel disconnected from their calling and spend time "soul searching" to find answers about what it is they should make of their lives. They don't know what career to follow, what city to set roots in, what hobbies they enjoy, what friends they like to … Continue reading 5 Ways to Define Your Life Dream
My Word for 2021
I shared journal prompts to help you pick a word and mission statement for a new year or season of life. It just felt right to follow that up with my own thought process so you could see how answers to the prompts formed a direction to follow.
Peacefully Planning for a New Year
Here are some journaling prompts to guide you through your Peaceful Planning for the new year. Remember the key is growing as an individual, when you are supported in personal development you are more capable to take on those projects and goals that will propel you forward.
Setting a Word for 2020 was Oddly Successful
Originally, I thought that 2020 would be about the courage to COMMIT. It was actually about the courage to QUIT.
What is Your Word for 2021?
Picking a word for the new year over making resolutions has been a thing for awhile. Last year, I hopped on board and chose the word ‘courage’ for 2020. In addition to choosing courage, I made ONE new year resolution and that was “to fail a lot.” The idea is that stepping out of my … Continue reading What is Your Word for 2021?
Why My Life is a Science Experiment
That I Want to Share A few years ago, the phrase "Participation Experiment" crept into my mind and riddled my thoughts for awhile. For months I couldn't stop thinking about the Participation Experiment, yet, I had no idea what it was. It was just something that I felt I needed to incorporate in my life. … Continue reading Why My Life is a Science Experiment
What is Your Why?
I’ve been thinking a lot about why I do certain things, why I say certain things, and why I believe certain things? Here are some questions to ask yourself: Why do I live each day? Why do I care about others?Why do I love others?Why do I work hard? Why do I make plans?Why do … Continue reading What is Your Why?