Filling the Jars

7 Pieces of Timely Advice to Help You Stop Worrying

Note: This is a guest post by Jo & Leisa Creed of Joleisa.com. You can read more about them at the end of this post. Okay, you’ve clicked to read this because you have at least one thing on your mind that is causing you to worry. It might be something simple, but then again, it may be a massive issue that’s consuming your every waking moment, including the hours you spend up at nights because you can’t sleep. Well, I’ve got news for you, news that you can share by way of the free checklist, or
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Choosing Happiness

This post is a guest post from a pair of great bloggers.  Jo and Leisa Creede are the dynamic duo at  JoLeisa.com.  Jo and Leisa are frugal bloggers but they also love to help people be a little happier every day.  They have even written a book called “Living Life While Squeezing Lemons”   So enjoy their post and don’t forget to hop over and check out their site. *This post contains affiliate links, if you purchase something through one of these links I will receive a small commission on the sa
Modern Day Girl

Reasons NOT to follow your dreams. Read this now to find out why!

Today’s post is all about the reasons why you SHOULDN’T follow your dreams. Intrigued? I was when I read it! I have a way of believing my dreams and at one point in my life, I depended on them. Whatever was happening in my life at the time, and whatever my emotional state, I had a matching dream. Dreams are exactly that, just dreams. Ha Ha! I know what you’re thinking! I have no ambition! No, that’s not what I mean! You know when you’ve had too much to eat and gone straight to bed? Or had a
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Seven Reasons to Laugh at yourself

You know what? I love laughing! It pushes the blues away. And even when the joke is on me, I laugh still. Even. Harder. Laughter really is the best medicine and I bet reading through these will help you to reflect and laugh at yourself too when you think of some of your moments and think ‘what was I even thinking?  So recently I was thinking about how often I laugh at myself for some silly and even absurd things that I do. See if you can identify with any of them or, if you prefer to, share your
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Jo and Leisa on Stay At Home Parenting

I don’t know how Jo and Leisa do it.  They’re twin sisters, Christian teachers, and bloggers at joleisa.com.  Yes, they’re busy, but what I really don’t understand is how they can be so kind and helpful.  I hope you’ll check out their site! They hail from the sunny, sandy shores of Jamaica and aim to show others that you can live frugally, be happy, and live fulfilled lives. They currently live in England and have three teenagers who are their world. Read on for some of their tips about being a
Soulmate Dance

Why Adding Yoga When You are Over 50 Is a Good Idea

The National Health Service in the UK defines Yoga as an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. The main components of yoga are postures (a series of movements designed to increase strength and flexibility) and breathing. Further research has led me to discover that yoga is a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, a part of which, including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postur
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People You Can and Can’t Do Without For Your Blog To Flourish

This page contains affiliate links and we have advertising relationships with the stores and companies in this post. This is a guest blog post by Jo and Leisa of Joleisa.com! Check them out! A blog is like a sacred bit of the Internet that belongs to someone who wants to cherish that bit while hoping that the whole world would get to see it. In this pursuit, there are people who will help your cause and some who will hinder it. Having had my blog for a year and a half now, I know for a fact t