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Don’t Miss Out on the Imminent Change

By October 5, 2016December 29th, 2020No Comments

Reportedly, Benjamin Franklin said, “… in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”

However, I disagree.

I believe there is one other thing that is more certain. Change.

Change is part of life.

Seasons change.
Bodies change.
Interests change.
Preferences change.
Diets change.
Daily sunshine amounts change.
Relationships change.

Like it or not, our lives change every day.

I love the changing seasons; others prefer constant summer. Relationships morph throughout life. Friends you had as a child change as you mature. Some remain; some don’t.

Change is a normal.

In the spirit of change, this blog is moving to a new location in just a few days. It will have a new look, along with a new website. But the heart of this blog won’t change:

As a mother of three, and grandmother to eight, my desire is to help the struggling mom rediscover your purpose. When you visit my blog I hope you discover:

  • that I will walk with you through the struggles of life
  • that I will speak God’s Truth to you from His written Word
  • that we will uncover extraordinary moments of joy, laughter, and wonder together
  • that together we will learn how to live our legacy today

Life is a wonderful messy journey meant to be shared.

As soon as I’m ready to launch, I’ll send out the new site information. Stay tuned.

There’s an easy way to stay connected.

To receive the new updates, click the button below. You’ll get the free eBook, Before You Leave Home, AND I will send you the first chapter of The Top 5 Lies Moms Believe. Click the link below to access the eBook, get the bonus chapter, and receive new blog updates.

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Make sure to click on this link so you receive the new website information before anyone else.

What are some ways you handle the inevitable change in your life? Leave a comment below. I’d love to learn from you.

Capture the extraordinary in the ordinary today,

Kirsten D. Samuel
Aftershock Recovery Coach
8-week Program, Custom-paced Coaching, Remote, or In-person Sessions

 

  • Kirsten D Samuel

    I empower Christian wives to discover they are seen, loved, and heard. These women find the freedom to be who they are beyond their partner’s struggles, and find hope that there is a life worth living.