When circumstances are tough you might be tempted to pull into an emotional or even physical lockdown. It can feel safer to shut down emotionally and pull back from everything and everyone. Injury or illness can lead to a physical lockdown. There are steps you can take to break free.
It’s easy to fill our days with the demands of family, work, home, and the myriad tasks of daily living. What are you doing to feed your soul? Susan Miller reminds us that “you can’t pour out of an empty cup.” God is calling you to set aside moments for refreshment and refilling. Don’t wait […]
Moving, illness, divorce, job loss are just some of the crises and life changes that hurl us into a time of uncertainty. When the future is unsure, Susan Miller urges you to move to a place called trust. Trust God with your future. He will never abandon you and He will carry you through all […]
Susan Miller speaks from years of moving experience as she offers insight into helping your kids and teens adjust to a move.
Moving is always a challenge and can be downright devastating. Susan Miller, America’s Moving Coach and Founder of Just Moved Ministry, offers 10 steps to preparing your heart so that this might be a smoother move. You’ve got this! And God’s got you!
The smallest acts of kindness can have a big impact. Susan Miller reminds you to just “show up” in the lives of others. You don’t have to be skilled, have all the right words, or be an expert. Included are ideas for acts of kindness for anyone you encounter, from the bank clerk to the […]
Some attitudes and habits you’d like to change, but, as you start a new year, what do you want to carry over and continue? A phone call from an old friend reminded Susan what she wants to continue to include in her life.
Living With Loneliness Being lonely and disconnected is hard. Susan Miller has been there and offers encouragement & practical tips.
The Emotional Impact of a Move or Other Life Change Grief is normal when it comes to life change, especially after a move. The stages of grief – denial, anger, despression, and acceptance – are normal when you’re grieving. For a while you can expect to go in and out of each stage. It’s OK […]