Important Announcement at DebbieJTaylor.com

Hello lovely readers! It is quite possible that you are receiving a similar blog update from FindingGraceandGlory.com | Debbie Taylor. There is a reason for that, so this post is meant to clear things up a bit.  Grab your coffee (or tea.  Or diet Coke.  Or water – whatever you prefer). I have been blogging at this site for a little while now.  Let me rephrase:  I have been haphazardly blogging at this site for

When Will He Be Enough?

I find it interesting to go back and read through old journals and notebooks I have kept in previous phases of my life.  I don’t keep many around because sometimes there are things I don’t want anyone else to stumble upon – my journals tend to be the dumping grounds for whatever “junk” is lying around in my heart and writing is cathartic for me – but some I have kept because they have documented

Change of Scenery

So, some things have been going on here.  And NOT going on here.  I decided to move most of my blog content over to my new blog at FindingGraceandGlory.com and wasn’t sure what I was going to do here – if anything at all.   (If you haven’t been there, head on over and subscribe so you can stay caught up with my crazy life!) I have kept a few old posts here.  I plan

What You Need to Begin Building an Effective Schedule

Starting my day the night before is proving to at least give me a sense of what my day requires.  Reviewing my calendar, task list, kid schedules, work schedule, menu ideas, and more – help me stay focused on the important things I want to accomplish in life – not just the everyday “stuff” that needs doing.  One of the biggest hurdles for me has been building an effective schedule! I like to keep things

How My Bullet Journal Reduces Stress

Because I use a Happy Planner and am learning to incorporate my bullet journaling into it, I should call it something easy like “Happy Journal”, right?  One of my important integrations is a Gratitude List, so Happy Journal would fit!  I am finding it a bit of a challenge to get into a rhythm with all of it, but when I do stop and take a few minutes every morning and every evening to “check