Do New Year Resolutions Work for You?

By DiAnn Mills @DiAnnMills Many of you are nine to ten days into your New Year’s Resolutions. Maybe you call them expectations, longings, goals, a betterment program, life self-coaching, personal sabotage, or whatever January 1 of each New Year aspires. Most of us fall within one of the following categories: Doing ok. Defeated. Depressed. Didn’t make any because it’s frustrating. …

3 Quick Tips About the New Year

By DiAnnMills @DiAnnMills Christmas is swirling in our thoughts. We’ve had great parties, memorable reunions, laughter, hugs, and maybe a tear or two. But it’s all been a grand celebration of our Lord’s birth. With the New Year approaching like a team of runaway horses, what are three quick tips for us to embrace 2017? Choose joy. This is not …

My Gift To You – DollyAnna’s Miracle

By DiAnn Mills @DiAnnMills This week’s blog is a short story I wrote – My Christmas gift to you. Scan code from your mobile device, or click on cover / link below for free PDF download and enjoy my fiction short story during this season of miracles. http://www.diannmills.com/pdf-downloads/DollyAnna’s_Miracle_by_DiAnn_Mills.pdf       Congratulations to Stacey from Nevada whose name was drawn …

Staying Healthy During the Holidays

By DiAnn Mills @DiAnnMills From the Harvest Festival candy corn to Thanksgiving mashed potatoes and pies, to Christmas cookies, and New Years goodies, we are planning and racing from one spectacular event to the next. Work loads and family responsibilities don’t change, we just slide the holiday activities in. The hurried pace can make us cranky. Lack of sleep gives …

Easy Thanksgiving Recipes

By DiAnn Mills @DiAnnMills Thanksgiving will be here in less than two weeks. We are a country that has much to be thankful for, and we want our traditional holiday to be memorable for the great food. If you’re like me, you’ve been scouring through old cook books, tried and true recipes, and online and print magazines like Southern Living …