How to Change Your Life with a Planner (When You’ve Failed in the Past)
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How to Change Your Life with a Planner (When You’ve Failed in the Past)

Using a planner to organize your life sounds like (and is!) a wonderful thing.  Wistfully, you dream of having your deadlines, appointments, and important tasks in a single location for reference. Plus, you’re finally ready to live a more productive and change your life with a planner. But once reality sets in, you find planning…

About Sarah Ann

Sarah Ann is a perfectly imperfect wife and mother, and is thankful for the saving grace of the Lord. When she’s not busy folding yet another load of laundry or comforting a crying child, she enjoys studying God’s Word, writing, and spending time with authentic friends. She's passionate about equipping women to live with intentional faith, family, home, and habits at Proverbs31Mentor.com. Join her for biblical encouragement and practical lifestyle tips to help you live on mission for the glory of God.

A Prayer for Martyr Mom Attitude
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A Prayer for Martyr Mom Attitude

Do you find yourself struggling in mom life and with “Martyr Mom Attitude?” You’re not alone, friend!  May this prayer for weary moms help you rekindle your joy in Jesus and find hope at the foot of the cross. Prayer for Martyr Mom Attitude Dear Lord, Humbly I confess that I’ve been suffering from Martyr…

About Sarah Ann

Sarah Ann is a perfectly imperfect wife and mother, and is thankful for the saving grace of the Lord. When she’s not busy folding yet another load of laundry or comforting a crying child, she enjoys studying God’s Word, writing, and spending time with authentic friends. She's passionate about equipping women to live with intentional faith, family, home, and habits at Proverbs31Mentor.com. Join her for biblical encouragement and practical lifestyle tips to help you live on mission for the glory of God.

3 Reasons to Respond to Your Child’s Heart Before Their Actions
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3 Reasons to Respond to Your Child’s Heart Before Their Actions

“Mom, just let me explain.” “I don’t want to hear your excuses right now.” “But Mom, please, just listen for a second.” You admit it — you made a mistake, you messed up, and you feel terrible. You simply want 2 minutes to let them know that your heart was in the right place, even if…