Amy Rees Anderson

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If You’re Beat Up, Don’t Give Up. Rest Up. Then Get Up.

“If you’re beat up, don’t give up. Rest up. Then get up.”  -Tristan Bishop I’ve never been one to accept that there are limits on what we are capable of doing. I have always been one to attempt to do more, to go beyond, to push through, and to at the very least try to

Woman Sick Versus Man Sick

In yesterday’s blog I shared how sick I was feeling, and today, unfortunately, I wasn’t feeling any better.  But as much as I would have LOVED to stay in bed sleeping all day that just wasn’t an option as there were things I had no choice but to get done, sick or not. So as

When #SuperSickMonday Turns Into Actually Sick Tuesday

Fun fact: The day after the Super Bowl is apparently dubbed ‘Super Sick Monday’ because of the incredibly high number of people that call into work sick because they want to stay home and recover from their late-night Super Bowl celebrations. We aren’t just talking a few people, in fact a survey performed by Kronos

Let’s Start A Smile Epidemic

Have you smiled yet today?  We don’t have to have a perfect life to have a reason to smile. Smiling is just a way to show God that we appreciate all He has given us. And each of us reading this has at least one thing to be appreciative of because the very fact we

Slow Down, Rest Up, Replenish and Refill

“Fatigue is the common enemy of us all – so slow down, rest up, replenish and refill.” – Jeffrey R. Holland I needed to hear that advice today. One thing in life that I struggle with tremendously is ever taking time to slow down and rest up. I am genuinely horrible at it. I feel

It’s Hard Being Human

I knew when I went to bed last night that I was in trouble. I had pushed my body way too hard the last few weeks leading up to my son’s wedding and especially this past weekend, getting almost no sleep at all. After seeing off the last of our extended family that had come

Thank Heavens for Chicken Soup and Nyquil

Last week I was able to attend a great conference called Women Moving Millions.  It was a conference of women who have all dedicated significant funds toward charities focused on helping other women.  People shared stories of best practices, what types of charities are having the biggest impact, etc.  It was incredibly educational and I



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