Kara Schwab loves being a freelance writer and mommy. When she's not writing, she can be spotted with her husband, two little girls and boston terrier in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Magnets only work when they're facing polar opposites — maybe they're trying to teach us something.
What's the one thing you like most about the people you most like?
We're so much more than our faces and bodies. But is what's beneath our skin any better looking?
It's easy to squeeze toothpaste out of the tube; near impossible to get it back in. Words are like that.
Getting things done at the last minute can be quite a rush. Giving up the rush can be a hard habit to break.
It's tempting to wallow in the regret of past failures and wounds. But the real prize lies right where you are.
Scripture promotes the healing benefits of a joyful heart. Why settle for less?
With each passing day, I began feeling more and more the weight of dread and the crushing loss of unfulfilled longings....
It's about a lot more than a feeling.
The Chicago Marathon leaves one non-runner with more than aching legs; she's left with lessons learned that transcend any race.
The shock of an unexpected surprise can be invigorating. While invigorating, an encounter with Christ should be no surprise.
Your wedding day is fast approaching and the invitations have all been sent. Is it too late to admit the nagging feeling that you've made a bad match?
Trying to understand the New York Times Best Seller "He's Just Not That Into You."
Why is it some people's path to the altar is just a few footsteps long? Mine felt like a marathon.
As graduation nears, maybe it's more important to plan for who, than what, you want to be.
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