Divvying It Up

Do you remember when you were a kid and maybe you were asked to pick up a bunch of small toys and take them back to your room? As a kid, for me at least, one of the most efficient ways to quickly execute this chore was to hold out the bottom of my shirt to create a makeshift basket, pile everything into my shirt, and then carry it all back to my room in one fell swoop.

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What We Can Learn From the Changing of Seasons

Too often, I think we picture a balanced rhythm as something continuous and consistent — no ebbing or flowing. It’s easy to think that for there to be balance there must not be anything lacking. However, dormant seasons, when certain resources are lacking, are in fact necessary for fruitful seasons...

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made. Monthly Mix - March

This month, the music I've been listening to is what I consider perfect for sitting on the porch and watching a lightening storm roll in, or swinging in a hammock under a warm sun and a cool breeze. As warmer days creep in, I hope you'll find this mix to be a great soundtrack to those days spent outside.

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