The Heart of Just Steph

Take a risk.   Be vulnerable.   Share your heart.   Love always.

Put the Shoe on the Other Foot

Our first night in Rome, my husband and I walked about 1 1/2 hours looking for Taverna Trilussa, the restaurant for which we had reservations.  When we finally made it, I had a blister the size of a Kennedy half dollar.  For me, though, it’s fashion over comfort.  The dinner was amazing, but we took…

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Who's Sorry Now?

If you believe in a higher power, at some point you will fall short.  You will do something that offends God and has probably hurt yourself and someone you love.  So what to do?  Well this morning I landed in the eternal city.  That’s right, Rome Italy.  What better place to face my God, but…

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Don't Go Breaking My Heart!

The heart is fragile. It has a mind of its own.  The heart is constantly seeking to be loved and filled up.  When the heart is neglected, especially for a long period of time, it runs amuck.  The heart will take you anywhere to satiate itself.  Who is responsible for this neglect?  We can blame…

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Burning the Candle at Both Ends

I am just about to board my plane heading back to Atlanta from Boston. Every year I get home from Boston and hit the wall.  I get a full blown cold and sinus infection, swine flu or some other ailment.  In his book “Choice Theory,” by William Glasser, Glasser says we choose to be sick.…

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Earn Your Body

Earn Your Body

You have to work at it to look and feel good!

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Change

Change

The Most Effective Way to Cope with Change is to Help Create It.

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Ditch All the Stuff

Our lives have become so cluttered with stuff.  We are bogged down with having to have it all, keeping up with the Jones’, the latest and greatest.  We don’t talk anymore.  I remember just sitting around after dinner talking and laughing, playing cards and board games.  Now my kids are texting me from the other…

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Before and After

Before and After

I needed help!

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Before and After

Before and After

Fifty pounds down.

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