4 Simple Acts To Boost Your Mental Health by Jennifer Scott

  4 Simple Acts To Boost Your Mental Health by Jennifer Scott  As someone who has always suffered from depression, it wasn’t until I hit my 30s when the light bulb went off and I realized that I actually, can have more control over my mental health. While it seems obvious, everyone has a different approach to managing their depression. […]

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Minimize Anxiety & Start the New Year on a Positive Note by Jennifer Scott

Jennifer Scott joins us today to share tips on how to deal with anxiety.  Welcome, Jennifer!   Minimize Anxiety and Start the New Year on a Positive Note by Jennifer Scott A new year is upon us and we can say goodbye to this past year with all of its highs and lows.  The stress of starting a new year […]

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The Twelve Months of Christmas by Barbara Sybil

  This beautiful poem was written by my friend, Barbara Sybil.  She reminds us to keep the Spirit of Christmas around the year.  Thank you for sharing with us, Barbara!   The Twelve Months of Christmas by Barbara Sybil With Christmas being celebrated in December, I am reminded of Christ’s birth, and that He was born to save the world. When […]

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PTSD and Toll It Takes On Relationships by Chloe Pearson

Today, I’m thrilled to welcome Chloe Pearson.  She shares a personal story about PTSD, what it does to relationships and how to deal with PTSD.  As a survivor of abuse, I know all too well the effect of PTSD on one’s life. PTSD and the Toll It Takes On Relationships by Chloe Pearson A dear friend of mine was in […]

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THE INEXPLICABLE JOY OF LESS (FOOD) by Elizabeth Brickman

Today, I am honored to have Elizabeth Brickman join me with an excerpt from her book, Thin & Blessed.  I’ve shared with you, my reader, how I’ve struggled with my own weight and there are many times I said “ouch” because I could relate and had made the same mistakes and excuses.  I hope this touches you as much as […]

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Who Wants to Be Free? Make Sure You Do! by Amanda Hughes

This is a very timely post with Election Day quickly approaching.  We are a divided nation and many of us Americans are struggling with who to vote for and the options available.  It is my joy and pleasure to welcome my Christian Communicators sister, Amanda Hughes.  She shares why it is important we vote and how as Christian Americans we […]

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Love’s Sweet Song by Glenda Mills

I am thrilled to welcome my friend and Christian Communicators sister, Glenda Mills.  She is sharing her love for God and beautiful poetry with us today.   Love’s Sweet Song I’d rather walk in the valley with Jesus than on a mountain-top without Him. He gives a song through long days and nights. He sings loudly; knitting our hearts together […]

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God Of The Paperclips by Susan K. Stewart

Today, I am joined by Susan K. Stewart who has a timely message of God being in control and trusting in Him.  He cares about the little things.  Susan, I could so relate to your words.  There are so many times I question circumstances when I need to trust Him instead. God Of The Paperclips In less than twelve hours, […]

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WOMEN AT PLAY: DANCING IN THE HALL By Dr. Linda Cobourn

I’m honored to have Dr. Linda Cobourn here to share with us how music made a difference with one of her classes.  She reminds us that sometimes we just need to take the time to Dance in the Hall.  Welcome, Linda!   WOMEN AT PLAY: DANCING IN THE HALL By Dr. Linda Cobourn   It was one of those rare […]

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Prosper Where You’re Planted by Kathy Carlton Willis

I’ve followed Kathy Carlton Willis writing through mutual friends and social media for several years.  So it is a real honor and joy to have her guest posting today.  I hope you enjoy her article as much as I did.  Welcome, Kathy! Prosper Where You’re Planted by Kathy Carlton Willis We were excited about our brand new home, but not […]

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Will You Accept September’s One-on-One Challenge? by Gail Goolsby

Gail Goolsby is with us today and she is discussing one of my pet peeves.  In our modern age of instant communication we have often lost the ability to interact with others.  I hope you will accept her challenge.  Gail, welcome to Where the Winds Blow. Will You Accept September’s One-on-One Challenge? by Gail Goolsby Everyone wants to know and […]

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15 Ideas for Family Togetherness by Robin Steinweg

Today I’m excited to welcome Robin Steinweg, who is sharing with us ideas for family togetherness.  As a genealogist, daughter, granddaughter, sister and aunt family time is very important to me and I am excited to share this post with you, dear readers. 15 Ideas for Family Togetherness by Robin Steinweg Time with our families. How hard can that be? […]

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What to Say When To a Depressed Loved One by Dr. Michelle Bengtson

For the majority of this year I’ve been sharing my depression journey with you on Monday’s.  I am thrilled to have Dr. Michelle Bengtson, a fellow Christian Communicators sister, with me to share tips on what to say to a depressed loved one.  I cannot think of a better way to end this series and this opportunity to have Dr. […]

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The Whisperer by Joanie Shawhan

Joanie Shawhan is joining us today to discuss a very important topic in the lives of all women–ovarian cancer.  This is a very important subject that is definitely worth reading about.   Welcome, Joanie!   The Whisperer by Joanie Shawhan Stop. Listen! Do you hear the whispers of ovarian cancer? This insidious disease assaults over 20,000 unsuspecting women per year […]

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A Friend Who Refreshes by Kolleen Lucariello

I am excited to welcome Kolleen Lucariello to Where the Wind Blows.  She has a wonderful story to tell about Friendship, refreshment and rest.  Welcome, Kolleen! A Friend Who Refreshes by Kolleen Lucariello As we flip our calendars from August, ushering in September, we say farewell to our summer vacations and hello to the season of back-to-school, cooler temperatures of […]

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It is what it is by Kara Silvers

Dear Readers, I am excited to offer a treat I have been wanting to offer for a long time.  On Friday’s we will have guest speakers that will join us and share their hearts on a variety of subjects women deal with.  Our special guest will share their faith and how God has assisted them through these situation.  To kick […]

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Looking Beyond What We See

Gorgeous Sunrise

Guest Posts by Glenda Mills I woke up to fog this morning. Though the mountains are just beyond the trees, it is impossible to see them. I think about times past when circumstances clouded my vision…making it impossible to see or comprehend what was just beyond my foggy experience. Sometimes our spiritual vision becomes unclear. We believe God is there, […]

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