Six years I inadvertently ignited a firestorm when I took all my kids toys away, then wrote a blog post about what happened next–and why is was one of the best things we ever did for our family. Six years later, the topic is as controversial as ever, but follow-up post addresses all the questions brought up by that still-heated post, as well as where we are at as a family now. A must read!
Are you struggling with feeling unqualified or like you are failing in some area of your life? Don’t miss this post, where Ruth talks about how to give yourself a little grace, and then to look for a way to use your strengths to overcome your weaknesses!
What happens when you put yourself out there? In our this episode of the Do It Scared™ podcast, we’ll take a deep dive with guest Cathy Heller into how amazing life can be when you’re willing to share yourself with the world. Cathy will also talk about what she learned in the process of turning a hobby into a business, why it’s so important to push through the sludge or the messy middle, why the greatest commodity you’ll ever have is within yourself, why you really don’t need to have 500,000 followers on Instagram, and much more.
Who doesn’t love bread pudding? There’s the delicious warm bread, the vanilla creaminess, the caramel topping. Bread pudding is pretty much Heaven on a plate. Though most of the time it’s just way too time-consuming to even attempt. But, not anymore! With just 5 ingredients, this is the easiest and most delicious bread pudding recipe we’ve ever had the pleasure of making!
Have you ever felt like giving up? There’s a pretty big difference between those who succeed and those who don’t, and it has nothing to do with how much money you have, how well-connected your family is, or how good your grades were in school. In this episode of the Do It Scared™ podcast, Ruth talks about how having the grit and persistence to persevere no matter how hard things get is the key to success, and how YOU can keep going even when the going gets tough!