The Saint Diet

FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail This post is part of a series about re-thinking my relationship to food, which I call “The Saint Diet” to remind myself that the ultimate goal is deeper union with God. You can read all the posts on the subject here (scroll down to see them all). A couple weeks ago I was talking… [Continue Reading]

Admitting that I can’t do it all…or even half of it

FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail One of my big goals for this new year is to finally get things under control, broadly speaking. Ever since I left the workforce about three years ago I’ve tried various Fly-Lady-inspired methods for getting organized and developing a routine to stay organized. I am a naturally scattered and lazy person, but I yearn… [Continue Reading]

Part II: What happened when I decided to trust God

FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail OK, since a couple people asked, I’ll share the rest of the story that I alluded to in my previous post: what happened when I decided to let go of my anxiety and just trust God. (I hope my atheist readers are taking a break from blog reading today. They’ll think I’ve lost my… [Continue Reading]

A first confession, part II

FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail Click here for Part I One of the things I never understood about Christianity was the concept of accepting people who embraced the religion late in life. It struck me as unfair and hypocritical that someone could have all the fun they want then decide at the last minute that they’re a Christian. When… [Continue Reading]

A first confession, part I

FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail Last night I made my first confession. For those of you who are interested, here was my experience (complete with pictures of our church that I took a few months ago): I tried to go on Tuesday night but by the time I got there they’d closed the line since 500 people had already… [Continue Reading]