Thank you for stopping by The Running Mom Diaries Blog! I hope you find some wonderful articles and great resources here for you! My goal is to help others (and no I don’t sell any sort of work out or healthy eating products) and help others succeed in their goals. I am an avid runner and love to do trail running as well as work out. Of course, sometimes it is harder to squeeze in running and training when life can feel so chaotic. But we have to have a few minutes to ourselves to reset right?
Helping others succeed by allowing them to showcase their businesses on a weekly segment on my blog makes my heart full of helping others. They may have gained a new client and someone may have gained knowledge they didn’t have before. If we want each other to succeed we should want to help those who are working hard at their business and lift each other up.
“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as you are in fact doing.”
~1 Thessalonians 5:11
God gives us all talents so it’s up to us to use it to further his good and so I feel like I have an opportunity to be able to help others this year, so that is my year-long goal for this blog. In addition to helping others by showcasing their businesses. I love sharing recipes, workout routines, workout reviews, product reviews, life stories, creating projects, and all around sharing this wonderfullife with you.
This blog isn’t about me, it isn’t about pursuing what is in MY best interest, and it’s also not an income generator. This blog is about others having others contribute and lifting each other up. It also includes some blogs about adorable golden retriever puppies. So you have been warned of the cuteness zone you have just entered.
I hope that you find encouragement from this blog. For all of you exhausted mommies, know that you are not alone. For the struggling moms, you are not alone. For the tired and weary friends who come reading this blog, you are not alone. We need to be an encouragement towards each other and build each other up. We need to serve others in a way that we would want to be served. Serve from the servant’s heart that you have inside of you and it will give you the biggest joy and fulfillment you have ever known.
Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.”