5 Things You Should Quit Right Now

5 things you should quit right now: 1. Judging: Judging yourself and others will get you nowhere! Just stop! Be proud of who you are and let others be proud of who they are without the fear of people judging them. I believe we would all benefit from this mindset! Let it start with you! 2.… Continue reading 5 Things You Should Quit Right Now


Less is More: A Few Blog Changes

Hi everyone! Yes, I know it's been a hot minute since I've written. I have been traveling and enjoying the holidays at home in Nebraska. You can read a little about it here: From Hawaii to Nebraska: Adjusting to the Cold Weather My United Step-Family: How We Spend the Holidays Together as One Family I… Continue reading Less is More: A Few Blog Changes


Weekly Roundup: December 10-16, 2017

Here is a collection of my posts for this week: From Baby Sock to Evening Wear: How This Mom Beat the Barbie Project Runway Almond Milk Hot Cocoa Finding That Wonderstruck Feeling Through Serving Others Simply Having A Wonderful Christmas Time: Christmas Lights, S’Mores, Scavenger Hunt & Live Nativity   With Aloha Lacy


Weekly Roundup (Dec 3-9, 2017)

It's been a busy week! Here are my posts for this week in case you missed one! Creating a Winter Friendly Landscape Reindeer Treats Sticking to Your Fitness Goals During the Holidays Humpback Whales, Monk Seals and Albatross: Hiking Ka’ena Point (North Side) I Found My Holiday Spirit…and You Can Too! With Aloha, Lacy


Weekly Round Up! (Nov 26-Dec 2)

Miss a post this week? Here is a collection of my posts from this week! Painting Rocks! A Family Painting Project Scrambled Egg Muffins Back in Action: Jumping Back into Fitness in the Wake of Chaos Fulfilling My Dream at the Magnolia Market What Being a Military Family Taught Me About the Holidays   With… Continue reading Weekly Round Up! (Nov 26-Dec 2)


God Will Provide Anything I Really Need, if I Seek Him

My pastor mentioned this verse in his sermon this morning. It reminded me of this post and I wanted to re-share it with ya’ll. Have a wonderful Sunday my friends!

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Luke 12:24-26, 31

Consider the ravens: They do not sow or reap, they have no storeroom or barn; yet God feeds them. And how much more valuable you are than birds! Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to your life? Since you cannot do this very little thing, why do you worry about the rest?

But seek his kingdom, and these things will be given to you as well.

Wow! I could read each line of that over and over.

Since I’ve been starting a journey of “having less and enjoying more,” the verse about the ravens struck me the most.

“Consider the ravens: They do not sow or reap, they have no storeroom or barn; yet God feeds them.”

God WILL provide anything I really need, if I seek Him-2

Who am I to meddle and try to control it all? I am going to develop the mindset that, even the ravens don’t have…

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Hokule’a Returns!!! A 3 Year Voyage Around the World…Without GPS

Sail Friends, I've been wanting to share this picture with you! Today, was the perfect opportunity with the word prompt "sail!" The Hokule'a recently returned to Oahu, HI from its 3 year voyage around the world using nothing but stargazing and traditional voyaging techniques from ancient days! After sailing 60,000 miles over three years, and… Continue reading Hokule’a Returns!!! A 3 Year Voyage Around the World…Without GPS


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James Clark -- The Next Iteration

“When I look around, I see so much beauty. Sunsets, the mountains, the crashing waves, rainbows… these are all things that God provided to remind us of His abiding presence.”

Once again, Lacy, the author of “Adventures of a Busy Mom“, offers up an awesome observation in her post “Seek Him Always“. This one spoke to me so deeply because it is so pertinent to my love of nature and to my “Soul Spring Magic” post, the story of a young man finding peace and strength in nature when he took the time to listen to God speaking through it.

I actually relate deeply with all the content Lacy puts on her blog. She is becoming a major conduit for the Spirit to speak into my life, my heart, and my ministry. She has a refreshing writing style: down-to-earth, unassuming, personable, real… and yet…

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