Are you ready to move from running-on-empty to spent-and-content, investing your life in soul-satisfying ways? My friends Amy Carroll and Cheri Gregory, co-authors of Exhale, gently walk us through a process of losing who we’re not and loving who we are so that we can live our one life well. Today, they help us avoid the exhaustion of trying to be “All Things to All People” by discerning the fine line between helping and meddling.
Daniel was in the midst of making blueberry pancakes when I decided to make an apple crisp.
I brought out the Granny Smith apples, my fancy peeler, a lemon, and the grater … all the while keeping one eye on what my husband was doing.
You know, in case he needed my help.
And boy, did he ever!
He’s adding Bisquick to blueberry muffin mix? You can’t do that!Continue Reading