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Titus 2:1 Conference for homeschool bloggers


Hitting the Pause Button

Today we’ve reached the middle of The Power of One series. It’s a good time to think about what we’ve discussed so far. We’ve talked about:

The Power of One in general

The Power of One Minute

The Power of One Task

The Power of One Victory

The Power of One Attitude


The Power of One Tweak

Which one is your favorite? I’d like a chance to discuss this and let everyone catch up.

In other news, I’m going to be at the Titus 2:1 Conference in under two months, and tickets are selling fast. It’s a great conference for bloggers, and you won’t be sorry you went! Push play to see why you should come–can you find me in the video?

Thank you to Ashley Pichea for the great picture from last year’s 2:1 Conference that I’m using at the top of this post.

I am also speaking in the Exceptional Children Expo in a couple weeks. The great thing about this expo is you listen from home! You can even stay in your jammies and have dishes in the sink–no one will know. Click on the picture below for more information–lots of special needs help in store!

Exceptional Children Expo
Next Monday we’ll continue with a new Power of One post. But first I want to ask again, how has this series helped you? I’d love to hear from you in the comments!


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The Power of One Task

Last week I started a series and you didn’t even know it! I was afraid to say anything in case I didn’t make it to post number two. But, here I am!

I don’t think I will ever forget when I heard Elisabeth Elliot talk about doing the next thing. Over the years, it has turned into a sort of mantra for me–the power of one. If you’ve been around this blog for a while, you know I’ve had some hard days over the last five years.  If you’re new, just trust me. As a an autism mommy with fibromyalgia, there have been many times I was so exhausted physically, mentally, or emotionally, that I just wanted to go to sleep.

But, you all know that’s not possible with two little boys. Continue reading