Showing posts from February, 2014

Author Interview with Lena Nelson Dooley

Today I'm blogging over at Stitches Thru Time. I'm interviewing award winning author Lena Nelson Dooley. She shares with us about her faith and how it works into her writing, and an exciting announcement on what she's working on next! I'd love for you to stop by and visit with us today.

The First Day of the Rest of Your Life by Anne Baxter Campbell

Today's special guest post comes from friend and author Anne Baxter Campbell.  Everyone is busy setting goals and resolutions by the score. Personally, I quit doing resolutions. I like to set goals instead.   How about you? Someone a few years back coined the phrase, "This is the first day of the rest of your life." The hope was that people would realize their faults and failures belong to the past, which can't be changed, but they could start out new now. One of the enemy's best tricks is to convince you that you can't change or improve. That your bad habits are too deeply ingrained to fix. That you aren't worth anything, so what's the use? Well, the enemy is wrong. Maybe today just change one thing. Do the improved habit for 21 days and you will create a new habit. Then try one more. For instance, maybe you want to stop smoking. Today, smoke one less than you did yesterday. Tomorrow repeat that. How many smokes are in a pack? Mayb