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Women Living Well Blog: August 2009

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Monday, August 31, 2009

Tasty Tuesday: Homemade Zucchini Bread

I just started making this Zucchini Bread last fall after my friend Kelly gave me this recipe. I believe she got it from Paula Deen's Cookbook. It is scrumptious!!!! It is zucchini season so this is the perfect time of the year to get baking! This recipe makes 2 loaves of bread - one for you now and one for you later in the freezer (or to share with a loved one).

Here's Kelly's Homemade Zucchini Bread Recipe:
3 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon
ground nutmeg
2 teaspoons
baking soda
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
3 cups
1 cup vegetable oil
4 eggs, beaten
1/3 cup water
2 cups grated zucchini
1 teaspoon lemon
1 cup chopped walnuts or

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a large bowl, combine flour, salt, nutmeg, baking soda, cinnamon and sugar. In a separate bowl, combine oil, eggs, water, zucchini and lemon juice. Mix wet ingredients into dry, add nuts and fold in. Bake in 2 standard loaf pans, sprayed with nonstick spray, for 1 hour, or until a tester comes out clean. Alternately, bake in 5 mini loaf pans for about 45 minutes.

I am participating in Tempt Your Tummy Tuesday, Dining With Debbie and "In Passionate Pursuit's" Tasty Tuesday . For more blogger recipes go to these links.

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Prayer Guide Giveaway!

Thanks girls for all of your answers!!!
The winners to the prayer guide giveaway are....Kat and Kristi!!! Congratulations!
Before I begin the next Giveaway - I need to announce the winner of the Monogrammed Beach Towel. The winner is... Amanda@serenitynow !!! Congratulations!!!

So this week we have TWO new giveaways! Yes - Walking With Him has generously donated TWO rockin' prayer guides!

Girrrrrrrrls - this is an AWESOME giveaway! I wish I could keep one - hehe! But I have awesome readers and I am excited to see two of you receive these!!!

Each prayer guide comes with a BONUS coordinating prayer journal! The Prayer Guide has a deluxe cover with a pen holder, book marker, and two pockets to hold extra note cards. It is divided into 5 sections: Adoring Him, Thanking Him, Seeking His Forgiveness, Asking Him, and Praising Him.

Within each section is a page of verses and suggestions for what to place in the empty slots. Here's some examples of what to add to your prayer guide to personalize it... you can put photos of your family and friends, a landscape that causes you to worship the Lord, verses you love, are memorizing or are praying over, pictures of missionaries, birth announcements, mementos, a favorite hymn or poem and on and on the list of ideas go. You can be very creative with your own guide.

For more information visit their website at

To enter to win this giveaway please answer this question in the comment section below:

The one thing/distraction/problem that gets in the way of my prayer life is...

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RULES: Starts today, Monday, August 31st and Ends Sunday, September 6th at midnight. Open to residents of the United States who are 18 and older. Winner will be contacted via email.

BONUS ENTRIES: Become a follower of my blog and leave a second comment for a bonus entry! For fellow bloggers -blog about this giveaway and include a link back to this post or grab my button and then let me know in the comment section for a bonus entry!


Friday, August 28, 2009

Fit Friday: Which Food Network Star Am I?

Do you watch the Food Network? Then maybe you can relate to this article below! Women Living Well's Certified Fitness Trainer - Clare - is back with us today and here's what she has to say:************************************

The thought occurred to me one day while on the elliptical machine and watching the Food Network, that our eating habits could be categorized by one if not many of the fabulous chefs on the Food Network. I'm not necessarily thinking about how we cook either. There are a lot of factors which figure into our physical make-up, but we can't negate the importance and weight (no pun intended) that eating has. Sometimes we have to analyze our eating and workout habits in order to really find our true issues with weight loss. Sit down this week and think about how the foods you put into your mouth are contributing to your overall health!

Paula Deen: Is butter, sour cream, fried foods, and more butter your mantra?! If so, chances are you may end up being a little, shall we say, "softer" around the middle. Unless you are looking to gain some weight, veer away from the fatty and fried foods. Always allow yourself a treat though because butter is OH so good ya'll!!

Rachael Ray: Do you cook with boxed items, some fresh ingredients and lots of pasta? Rachael provides a good way for many of us to cook with items already in the pantry (and relatively inexpensive) but with being able to add some fresh ingredients. Rachael by no means is over-weight, but to some, may not be as "thin" as they themselves would like to look. She probably represents where many of us fall in regards to fixing meals and eating.

Giada DeLaurentis: If you are like me, Giada's physique is one to be admired! You'll notice that she cooks great, flavorful food and eats desserts, breads, and appetizers alike. However you'll find that she mainly uses food in their "original" form...herbs, vegetables, fruits, fish, healthy oils...If you want a lean physique like hers while enjoying the variety of foods out there, then try to mimic that kind of cooking.

Where do you fall? I'm somewhere between Rachael and Giada with a sprinkling of Paula. Grab recipes from the cooks whose waistline you admire and maybe you'll see some changes in yours!!
I appreciate Clare's advice and that's some great food for thought!

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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Dealing With Worry and Fear Biblically

On Monday around 2pm, I sat reading Max Lucado's book that is about to be released in September titled "Fearless: Imagine Your Life Without Fear." A prideful thought went through my head at one point -"I'm not really a very fearful person. In the business world - my husband is a risk taker and I take it with ease. I've moved to multiple new cities and churches with ease. And I live and grocery shop in a city with a high rate of crime and I hardly look over my shoulder." (There is only one thing I am dreadfully afraid of and that's big dogs - but that's a blog for another day!!!!)

So in my pride, I thought - this book doesn't REALLY apply to me... TWO hours later God humbled me. Around 4pm my son came running into my office with his sister yelling - "She swallowed a magnetix." "WHAT?" I exclaimed - Lexi's face was red and she was sobbing as she admitted that she had the silver ball in her mouth and accidentally swallowed it. (If you are aware of the magnetix toys - there are warnings on the box - which I have read to the children - swallowing them is dangerous due to the magnetic factor of the toy. Swallowing one does no harm - but two can stick together through the lining of your intestine causing blockage - which could be fatal!)

FEAR ran through every vein in my body - I called my Dr. who said - head straight to the ER for an X-ray. On the drive there, I fought back tears - the what if's flooded my mind... (What if she swallowed two? What if they have to do surgery? What if my husband can't make it home in time?)

As parents we can do it all - protect, pray- keep bad men at bay and STILL find ourselves in the ER! Often we look for God in our devotional times and worship times - but strangely enough I find his presence most real in the midst of a storm.

In Matthew 14:22-33 - Peter found himself in the midst of a raging storm out on a boat. Peter looked out into the water and exclaimed "A Ghost" - he did not expect to see Jesus standing there and Jesus said "Do not be afraid. Take courage - I am here." Courageously - Peter stepped out of the boat and walked on water!!!! With his eyes on Jesus, he exchanged his fear for faith...but then...he saw the wind and waves and bam! He began to sink like a rock!

When we focus on our fears - we will sink - but when we focus on Christ - we find courage to have hope in the midst of horror and trust in the midst of tragedy. Like a child who sees his parents sitting on the bleachers as he plays a game - the presence of the parent gives him peace.

That day in the ER - I sat alone with the two kids, my husband was out of town, but the presence of God was with me. It's in those moments that we are more keenly aware of God's presence. The Dr. did an X-ray and confirmed - yep - there was a little silver ball in her belly - JUST ONE! Praise the Lord!

Will you trust God in the midst of your storm today? What worries do you have? When it comes to our children - God can bring even the greatest warrior to his knees. Turn your worry into prayer. Prayer moves the hands that calm a raging storm. Worry accomplishes nothing - absolutely nothing! Fear not - God is with you.

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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Happy Birthday To Me!

Guess what? It's my Birthday! So I read a few verses addressing the issue of selfishness. Why address selfishness on my birthday? Because I have noticed in past years - since having children - that the temptation to feel that I deserve a "special" day on my birthday has begun to creep in.

Of course - when it actually turns out really special and everything goes my way - I am happy. But oh - if the kids are difficult and my husband has forgotten to buy me a present - I turn into a grouch and for some reason I feel justified - it's my birthday! But I don't see an exception clause in the Bible for selfishness on special occasions (like Mother's Day - for some reason selfishness creeps in on that day too - yucko!).

I Corinthians 13:5 says Love "is not self-seeking" - so whether it's my birthday or not - my kids should not have to go through the day with a "self-seeking" mommy. Philippians 2:3 says "Do nothing out of selfish ambition" - my husband should not have to go through the day on pins and needles trying to make his wife happy.

Acts 20:35 says, "It is more blessed to give than to receive."

This principle is true everyday of the year and on Birthdays too - because God's word is always true. "It is more blessed to give than to receive" - even on my birthday! So off I go to cheerfully serve my family like every other day of the year - but this year I feel steadfast on watching that no selfish ambition or self-seeking attitudes creep in.

By the way, my hubby has a business meeting all day today so we won't be able to be together on my birthday... I'm trying to not dwell on that. But I do have two gifts that the Lord has given me - my son and daughter, who are going to be with me all day and they plan to take me out to dinner - I am honored to be their guest!!! Wonder where they will take me? I'm not sure I'm selfless enough to let them choose or I could end up at the golden arches for my birthday...hmmmm... what's that verse in Acts again??? Lol (Laugh out loud)!

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Monday, August 24, 2009

Tasty Tuesday: Cottage Cheese Salad

Women Living Well's fitness trainer Clare -( who has given us lots of training tips over on this post - click here) whipped up this salad for us!!! I've had it now a few times at get togethers on pita chips and on veggies and is good!

Clare says:
"If you are like me, getting veggies in to meet your daily quota is a difficult task. A salad like this is a great way to get the antioxidents we need along with some protein to give us a fuller feeling longer. With crunchy fresh veggies and zesty ranch dressing, you'll enjoy every bite!"

Cottage Cheese Salad
1 cup (8oz) cottage cheese
1 medium tomato, chopped
1/2 cup chopped cucumber
1/3 chopped green pepper
2 tablespoons mayo
1 tablespoon sour cream
1 tablespoon ranch salad dressing mix (*Do NOT buy the ranch "dip" mix..BIG mistake!!)

In a small bowl, combine all ingredients. Serve immediately.

* The recipe as made above is considered a salad, however many enjoy it as a dip. If that's the case, omit putting the veggies in the dip and just make the base of the salad. Then serve it with veggies or pita chips.

I am participating in Tempt Your Tummy Tuesday and "In Passionate Pursuit's" Tasty Tuesday . For more blogger recipes go to these links.

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Back-To-School - Weekly Schedule and Routine

I have recently joined the twitter world and am posting my tweets along the left side bar. One person I follow on twitter is Kay Arthur. Saturday when she tweeted, she said "be rigidly flexible"..."be intentional".

This sums up for me what a "weekly schedule" - or for a more affectionate term - a "weekly routine" should be. It should be intentional - by nature it's rigid, but in reality it is flexible.

This week - most kids are going back-to-school and all of their activities are going to change the flow of our week. So as we assess the different days of the week and see that some are busier than others - we must also assess what day is best for grocery shopping, laundry, cleaning, or outings. If we wait until Monday has begun to make these decisions most likely we will procrastinate and be stressed out by the end of the week - and end up trying to accomplish a full week's worth of tasks on Saturday!

So I sat down and wrote up my new fall schedule/routine! Here's mine:
Sundays - Church
Mondays - Clean up from the tornado that hit over the weekend!
Tuesdays - Outings and errands
Wednesdays - Cleaning
Thursdays - Grocery Shop
Fridays - Laundry Day
Saturdays - Watch Ohio State Football

For some, organization does not come naturally, I feel that I fall into that category! Now you may say, "no way - you LOVE schedules so you must do this naturally" - but honestly I have read many good books, systems, websites and CD's to come to this place in life (as my mom and husband can testify - in my younger years, I was apt to over book myself and be completely stressed out - now I accomplish much more but with ease and joy). If you regularly feel overwhelmed by all you have to accomplish in a day, week and month - then I'd suggest you pursue learning the skill of organization.

It may seem like a lot of work to put a routine into place but in the end you will save a lot of time and guess what you get to do with your free time!! Relax and cuddle with your chicks and nuzzle with your hubby. Enjoy the fruit of your labor!

Proverbs 31:28 "Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her; Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all."

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Friday, August 21, 2009

Friday Giveaway and Craft!

I must admit I do not have a crafty bone in my body - but I have a friend Tina, who does amazing work and I have to share it with you! She has also generously donated one item from her etsy store for a giveaway! Her website is titled Little Hands, Big Blessings.

Check out her adorable pillow dresses and what she had to say about them!

"Using a pattern I found here, I have created these lovely dresses for my toddler! This pillowcase was given to me by my grandma's friend as a wedding gift. There are actually two that she hand embroidered and I used one to make a dress. Handmade and recycled!"

"I got a set of two pillowcases at TJMaxx for $3.99! This one is really cute - it's white with pale pink, dark pink and green stripes. I kept it simple and added white ribbon for the straps."
"This is a bib that I made from a plain old kitchen towel. I cut a hole for the neck, lined it with some stretchy tshirt-like material and embroidered my daughter's initial on it. I think it is really cute and I am hoping that it does a better job than some of the bibs that we currently use. I'll be putting these in my Etsy store."

"Using a tutorial from this lovely lady, I made this sweet little dress out of one of Hub's old shirts. (I asked him first, of course.) The pattern provided was for a size 2T-3T, so I had to make some adjustments since I have a tiny girl on my hands. It turned out a little differently than I had originally envisioned, but I am still pleased as punch with it! The next one will have a little more room through the bodice and perhaps some more flair at the skirt."

This monogrammed beach towel could be yours! Simply leave a comment below before midnight on Tuesday, August 25th and you will be entered to win! will help me select the winner and I will contact you to choose the color of your towel and what letter you'd like on your towel. Please check out the Twinkle Toes Boutique to see all of her adorable hair bows! She takes custom orders for hair bows - so if you do not see the colors you need - just contact her and she will make one special for you!
RULES: Starts today, Friday, August 21st and Ends Tuesday, August 25th at midnight. Open to residents of the United States who are 18 and older. Winner will be contacted via email.
BONUS ENTRIES: Become a follower of my blog and leave a second comment to let me know or for fellow bloggers, blog about this giveaway and include a link back to this post or grab my button and then let me know in the comment section for a bonus entry!
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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Book Review: What's He Really Thinking?

I just finished reading Paula Rinehart's "What's He Really Thinking? How to be a Relational Genius with the Man in Your Life" - I ended up underlining half the book!

Where do I start? First let me say, that when I open a new book I tend to be a skeptic. I need the author to prove to me that they can relate to my situation. Within the first chapter, I was intrigued and in the second chapter, I was caught - hook, line and sinker! She is very insightful!

Here's a few of the things I learned from "What's He Really Thinking?":

1. "Sometimes we ache to hear reassuring words from a man. And he keeps handing us the product, the evidence of what he does." pg.30 It is only natural that we desire to hear our husband praise, appreciate and thank us - but we must remember that often the way our husband shows his love for us is through the things he does for us such as going to work everyday, carrying a heavy box, raking the leaves, changing the oil in the car, and throwing a ball with our children. We must translate the things he does as his expression of love for us.

2. "Man lives with a challenging combination of great expectations amid great isolation. Hunter, gatherer, father, warrior, husband, brother - but don't let anyone see you sweat." pg.36 As women, we forget the heavy burden that men carry. God made our men with broad shoulders and they carry the weight of the family on them every day.

3."If you comment on positive changes, it solidifies a new direction. He stands up two inches taller. It matters more to him because it matters to you. We all tend to rise to the level of someone else's positive expectation." Pg. 58 This reminds me that critical words do nothing to change our husband and positive words really do have power to propel our men forward!

4. "The form of respect a man usually mentions first... is his longing for a woman who knows him and loves him to be his foremost is a wordless cheer you might say." pg. 93-95 I won't elaborate - I think that's pretty clear haha!

5. "Any lasting relationship with a man, be it a son or brother or husband or good friend, can only be forged out of two decent forgivers." pg. 113 AMEN - I could not agree more. In our world of rampant divorce - we can see the value of being a decent forgiver. It takes TWO decent forgivers to make a marriage last! I want to excel at forgiving! That way I can enjoy my husband - and as Paula says later in the book, "there is no greater intimacy than the pleasure of being enjoyed by someone." When our husband's sense we don't enjoy them - we leave an open door for other women to try to get in.

Go today and enjoy your husband!

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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

First Day of School Pictures

Monday was our "First Day of School" and we celebrated by putting on back-to-school clothes, back packs with surprises in them and donuts with sprinkles for breakfast! Even though my kids are not stepping onto the big yellow bus this year - I wanted them to experience the excitement of the first day of school! So after some pictures - we headed to our new "school room" to begin homeschooling!

Deuteronomy 6:5-7 says "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. These commandments that I give you to day are to be upon your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up."
Whether your children attend a public school, a private school or are home schooled, Deuteronomy 6 applies to us all - our job as moms ultimately is to teach our children to love the Lord - love the Lord with all their hearts, souls and strength! It is our job to impress this on their little hearts as they sit at home, as they are traveling to different activities, as you tuck them into bed at night and as they wake up in the morning! I want to encourage you to evaluate your time this fall and be sure that this is a top priority over all the other busy busy busy things on your to-do list!

Here's a picture of our new home school room!

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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Tasty Tuesday: Beat the Heat with these Semi-Homemade Ice Cream Sandwiches

The dog days of August are here and in Ohio it is finally heating up (yes, it's been a cool summer here!)! Yesterday we reached temperatures in the 90's! So we need something to cool us off! A favorite "semi-homemade" treat are these ice cream sandwiches - they are simple for the kids to help with and YUMMY!

Semi-homemade Chocolate Chip Icecream Sandwiches:

1. Bake chocolate chip cookies - I used Pillsbury's refrigerated dough (simple)!

2. I Used Chocolate Chip Cookie dough ice cream - take it out of the freezer to soften while the cookies cool.

3. Scoop one scoop of icecream onto one cookie - press another on top to make a sandwich

4. Dip it into sprinkles for an extra treat

5. Wrap each cookie in saran wrap.

6. Freeze for an hour or two and serve!


I am participating in "In Passionate Pursuit's" Tasty Tuesday and in Tempt Your Tummy Tuesday. For more blogger recipes go to these links
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Monday, August 17, 2009

Back To School - My Daily Schedule

If you have read my "about me" page, then you have read number 17 where I say "I love schedules - I love typing them up, living by them and dreaming of the next one!" So I am excited to say - "no more summer lazy days - it's time for a NEW SCHEDULE!!!! Hooray!"

Why do I write out my daily schedule? Because it keeps my priorities a priority.

What are my priorities?
1. To have a morning quiet time

2. To be sure all of my husbands needs and wants are met

3. To train my children in the way of the Lord

4. To home school my children 2 1/2 hours a day

5. To keep a clean and orderly home.

6. To get enough rest

7. To exercise daily

8. To keep up with this blog

So how am I going to squeeze all of this in every single day? I have a plan - I call my plan - my daily schedule. The reality is life happens and I will not be able to stick to this schedule perfectly - but my schedule is my guide and it keeps my priorities a priority.

So here is our Back-to-School Daily Schedule:
6:30am - wake and have my quiet time

6:55am - post my blog (which is written the night before), email the Good Morning Girls, Check Facebook - post a status, read my favorite blogs.

8am - make and serve breakfast - read the Bible with the children while they eat their breakfast

8:30am - Do morning chores along side the children

9am - School begins

- free / play time for kids while I exercise

-School time

- prepare lunch

12:00pm - Serve lunch

- free/play time

1:30pm - finish school work for the day

2:00pm - kids rest time/room time while I check email, Facebook and blogs

3:00pm Snack and television time for kids - while I do housework

- free time / housework

5:00pm - make dinner

5:30pm - serve dinner

Family time

7:30 - Story time

8pm - bedtime for kids

Chill time for mommy / Write the next morning's blog

9:30pm -10:30pm- time with my husband

10:59pm - bedtime (my goal is to go to bed while there is a ten on the clock and to get up while there is a 6 on the clock - this guarantees 7-8 hours of sleep every night - 7 days a week)

Through out the week I will insert different activities for the children such as baking together, swimming and gymnastics lessons, flag football practice, women's Bible study group for me and other fun things like play dates and trips to museums.

Have you written a fall daily schedule? I'd love to hear about it - feel free to share it in the comments section. To see my spring schedule I posted last March go here...

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Friday, August 14, 2009

Fit Friday: Power Naps!

What time did you go to bed last night? What time did you wake up? How many hours of sleep did you get exactly? 6 1/2 hours? That's not enough! Studies show that 7 hours of sleep is the minimum hours of sleep an adult can get to perform at peak performance. Some of us even need 8-9 hours of sleep.

What is stealing sleep from you? Can I honestly say that this blog causes me to lose sleep! I usually write my blogs late at night or early early in the morning. In order to get enough sleep I have to be extremely disciplined to turn off the television at night and get to bed. I have to put the book down that I am devouring and turn out the light. In pre-blog days that was no trouble and I was very disciplined. But now I find my creative juices flowing at odd hours of the night when I should be in bed - this never happened before!

But before the blog came along - it was my sweet babies who kept me awake at all hours of the night! We mommies can't avoid those night wakings - so what are we to do? We can't take 2 hour afternoon naps. And if we did, then we would not be able to fall asleep at night. So what's my solution?

POWER NAPS!!! I have discovered that setting my alarm for just a 5-20 minute power nap can help me find the energy I need to make it through the late afternoon and evening. I take a power nap about once to twice a week. It is commonly on the days that I get under 7 hours of sleep. Rather than eating a snack to give me energy - which rarely works - I try to take a power nap to give me energy.

Can I add that I think that power naps are necessary to our spiritual well being! That's a big claim isn't it! But we all know that a tired mommy/wife is a mean mommy/wife! When we are exhausted words slip out of our mouths that we should not say. We are less apt to be patient, kind, caring, considerate, compassionate, or even reasonable.

Mothers - guard your sleep very carefully! Don't trade your sleep for late nights on facebook, watching movies or reading books. Our bodies were created to require rest. We must discipline ourselves to give our bodies what it needs.

My prayer for you is I Thessalonians 5:23 - "May your whole spirit and soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ."

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Thursday, August 13, 2009

Technology and Your Quiet Times

In our heavily saturated tech society, there is a shift from the old days when people sat on their front porches chatting their evening away or even from the day of our mothers who, when on the phone, were attached to the wall by a cord! The front porch has been replaced by facebook and the phone attached to the wall - by a cell phone in our purse! No longer do we need to write letters - we just text each other! I LOVE these short cuts!

I want to suggest to you that you can use all of these tech tools to deepen your walk with God. On Monday, I talked about the Good Morning Girls - my accountability group that emails each other everyday after having our quiet times.

We use email for our accountability group but you could be creative and try twitter, facebook or even text messaging! God's word tells us that we need each other and accountability is good:

"Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their work: If one falls down, his friend can help him up. But pity the man who falls and has no one to help him up!" Ecclesiastes 4:9-10

Hebrews 10:24 says, "And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds."

1 Thessalonians 5:11 says to, "…encourage one another and build each other up…"

Proverbs 27:17 says "As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another."

This new tech world offers women - who sometimes feel isolated from each other - a chance to connect. Starting a Good Morning Girls group is a way to make those connections deeper and more meaningful.

John Piper says: "The human heart does not replenish itself with sleep. The body does, but not the heart. We replenish our hearts not with sleep, but with the Word of God and prayer.”

Are you in need of replenishing? Are you thirsty for the living well and the living water of Jesus? Do you need accountability in your daily walk with God? Consider today starting your own Good Morning Girls group by going here! I'd love to help you along your way! Ladies - we will not live well - until we are drinking from the living well of Jesus - that is what this blog - Women Living Well - is all about!

Jesus said in John 6:35 "He who believes in me will never be thirsty." If you are thirsty today - do something about it! Pick up your Bible, turn to Psalm 33 - one of my favorite passages - and replenish your soul! If you need accountability email your friends today and start a Good Morning Girls group!

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