• Julie Wheaton on New Year, New You

    What To Focus On In Your Personal Life To Let Positivity Fall Into Place

    What To Focus On In Your Personal Life To Let Positivity Fall Into Place

    We all do it, don't we? A new year is fast approaching, so all of a sudden our eyes get all big and dreamy and we start thinking about change. What am I going to do differently this year? What big breakthrough in 2017 is going to change my life? And then we start writing. […]
  • Julie Wheaton on Like An Adult

    5 Surefire Ways To Know You're Not Totally Failing At Adulting

    5 Surefire Ways To Know You're Not Totally Failing At Adulting

    We so often associate the word “failure” with a sense of impending doom. It's like if we fail to reach that one goal we set for ourselves, then we must really suck at life. I've been there. And once it happens, once you've made that proverbial face-plant, your first reaction is to peace out of […]
  • Julie Wheaton in Life

    Here's A Story To Tell People Who Keep Saying ‘All Lives Matter'

    Here's A Story To Tell People Who Keep Saying ‘All Lives Matter'

    I took my kids to the county fair today and came across the coolest critter named Bob, the tortoise. Normally the petting zoo area of the county fair is for the kids, but I prefer to think of it as an opportunity for anyone to get up close and personal with God's creatures. That is… if […]
  • Julie Wheaton in Life

    What Millennials Need To Know About The Greatest Generation On Memorial Day

    What Millennials Need To Know About The Greatest Generation On Memorial Day

    “I received a letter from the Clay County Draft Board in September of 1941, explaining that my friends and neighbors had decided it was my time to be drafted.” These are the opening lines to my grandfather's memoirs. I've looked for this document for over a decade, and I have had those first few lines […]
  • Julie Wheaton on Sana's Story

    How The Syrian Refugee Crisis Can Unite Parents From All Nations

    How The Syrian Refugee Crisis Can Unite Parents From All Nations

    When people around me talk about the injustices of the world, more often than not, it's done in a third person point of view. Most of us have not walked in the shoes of those making headlines. It becomes very easy to sigh deeply and move on with our day. When I see images of […]
  • Julie Wheaton on Like An Adult

    6 Ways Your World Changes When You Begrudgingly Enter Your 30s

    6 Ways Your World Changes When You Begrudgingly Enter Your 30s

    Do you remember “the good old days?” It was the time in life when everyone was carefree and nothing really mattered. But, getting older happens to all of us, no matter how hard we try to avoid it. Like a rite of passage we didn't necessarily sign up for, that pivotal transition from a 20-something to […]