Book Review: Finish by Jon Acuff

ABOUT FINISH: Year after year, readers pulled me aside at events and said, “I’ve never had a problem starting. I’ve started a million things, but I never finish them. Why can’t I finish? According to studies, 92 percent of New Year’s reso-lutions fail. You’ve practically got a better shot at getting into Juilliard to become a ballerina than you do at finishing your goals. For years, I thought my problem…

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Character Confession: And There You’ll Find Me

  June is a fairly busy month for me and I can’t seem to come up with any brilliance I need to confess this week that I didn’t already share on Facebook. I thought I’d take a second and share where you can find me across social media and cyberspace. It’s easy to assume everyone knows this, but as my writing life becomes more active, I don’t want to miss…

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Saturday Confession: I Like to Hustle

February 1. That means January is done-zo. Weather wise, I’m pretty excited to wave that first month of the year goodbye. The kids had 8 extra days off from school thanks to the cold. We had the polar vortex thingie. Twice. I’m also pleased because last month I joined a group/challenge/movement and I saw some incredible results. Jon Acuff asked through his blog if anyone wanted a 30 day challenge…

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Guest Blogger Paul Robinson: Waving the White Flag at P*rn Addiction

Julie’s Note: I became acquainted with blogger Paul Robinson through Jon Acuff’s “30 Days of Hustle” Facebook group. Paul was looking for guest blogger experience and when he shared his bio, I encouraged him to write here on this topic. If you or someone you know is struggling with p*rn addiction, I encourage you to check out xxxchurch.com, and of course, seek pastoral counsel from a Bible believing church. Waving…

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When Holly Got STARTed

This is going to be an extra fun post to write. Because the person I’m writing about is away at camp and has no idea what I’m doing. Muaaaaahhhahaha! Holly and I go way back. We went to the same church and when she went off to college, I kept in touch. I remembered how fun it was to get mail when I was away, and there was something about…

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