Work-life balance

5 Reasons Why Schedules Are Great

by Jennifer Haynie @JenniferHaynie1 Labor Day. A time to rest. That evening, the sun began setting. A breeze filled the air, and Steve and I started talking about our summer. It’d been a good one, a one to relax and change up the schedule a bit. Then I said it. I was actually looking forward ...continue reading

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When My Heart Hurts

by Jennifer Haynie @JenniferHaynie1 These past three or so weeks have been hard. On the surface, one could say my life looks great. No problems. I have a stable job I enjoy. I have my writing, which is my passion. I have a husband, a good family, a good set of friends, a second family ...continue reading

Consistent Time with God: Why It's Important

“I just can’t seem to find a time to be consistent with God. I know I need it, but I’m finding it hard to do.” Those words from a friend a couple of weeks ago got me thinking. We all need time with God. For those of us who walk with Jesus, this is a ...continue reading

Don't Assume Nothing (Part 1)

“Don’t assume nothing.” That was a statement I learned at a relatively young age when I took flying lessons for a couple of years in high school. Instructors used it with student pilots during preflight checks. Their point? Don’t do the preflight from memory. Always use the checklist. Always. No exceptions. For them, it was ...continue reading

What a Physics Class Taught Me

Spring semester, senior year.  As a physics major, I needed one more physics course, intermediate lab, to graduate.  I knew my favorite professor taught it, and I knew it would be a great semester because of him.  More so than Dr. Meyer*.  When I’d taken a class then named Mathematics for Scientists, Dr. Meyer had ...continue reading