I’m not sharing anything new, but the world is a mess, and many are struggling to find peace of mind. This is especially true since the COVID-19 pandemic started. Anxiety levels are higher than usual, and many live with a near-constant gnawing underlying anxiety that is robbing them of peace of mind.
I’m not a doctor or counselor, but I am a God lover and dog mom who’s experienced the blessings and benefits of life with God and dogs! In this blog post, I’d like to share 3 all natural tips that have helped me deal with anxiety and create more peace of mind.
This book has touched my heart in an indescribable way. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves animals and wants to have a closer connection to our Heavenly Father.
Holly Cornwell, Editor 2007 – June 2014, The Royal Spaniels Magazine
Every author feels that special bond with their book and stories, but there are times we may wonder, “Will others feel that special connection, and enjoy the read?” That’s why it’s so encouraging to get those first reviews. Scroll down to read five fabulous reviews and to learn more about my new book, “Pawz & Pray: Finding Joy in the Journey with God, Family, and Furry Friends!” I’m also thrilled that more are on the way, which I hope to share. I pray they will give you a feel for the book, and entice you to get a copy for yourself.
Written from my heart to yours, I pray the insights shared in Pawz & Pray will help you to slow down, savor precious moments, and uncover the secrets to a truly meaningful life!
Being a mother doesn’t always mean being related to someone by blood. It means loving someone in an extra special way, unconditionally, with tender loving care, and joy in your heart. Continue reading “Happy Dog Mom Day!”→
Be happy in the moment, that’s enough. Each moment is all we need, not more. – Mother Teresa
Dogs are some of my favorite teachers, imparting wisdom in ways I never thought possible! One of the most cherished lessons I’ve learned from my dogs is to live in the moment. Dogs are masters of mindfulness. In other words, they are aware of their surroundings and what they are doing moment by moment. I believe this is what gives them their carefree spirit. If only we could follow their example more often, we’d be less likely to look forward with uncertainty, or back with regret and pain.