Why Soul Care Matters

  1. Margaret says:

    Soul care is so important. I am at the beach clearing my mind now as the waves wash away my cares.

    • Tiffanie Wilson says:

      Ah! Being at the ocean is one of my favorite spaces for prayer. It’s something about the rhythmic waves and walking the beach that is so good for the soul! Enjoy!

  2. Jade says:

    Tiff, it has been such a joy to walk this process out with you. Thank you for the important work you are doing and for holding my story as I am trying so hard to find my place. You are a treasure and I am so grateful for your friendship.

    • Tiffanie Wilson says:

      Jade!!! It is truly an honor. You are so special. And I am deeply grateful for the work you have birthed. You listened so well, and exceeded my expectations for this beautiful web baby!

  3. Jennifer says:

    A joy I’ve experienced is having the opportunity to slow down through this tough season and watch my toddler change daily. It’s been a really tough, but really sweet journey.

    • Tiffanie Wilson says:

      Jennifer, thank you for sharing this. I think children have a special way of teaching us to slow down and be present in the moment.

  4. Lyric Visage says:

    I am so excited for you and this new adventure!

  5. Sarah says:

    I love soul care and I love you tiff!! This blog is so great!!

  6. J W says:

    Great Stuff! Thank you for sharing these thoughts! I think it’s so important to realize that everything belongs.

  7. Tonya Visage says:

    Tiff has helped me with my “soul care”. I recommend her with 5 ⭐️.

  8. Tonya Visage says:

    On a cloudy day Tiff is a ray of sunshine. She has an open mind and will listen and hear you.

  9. Jenny says:

    Interested to learn more.

  10. Tabitha Maruca says:

    My joy right now is seeing my little ones personality start to shine! This age has been a learning process for all but it’s absolutely beautiful.

  11. Tanner says:

    Such a good reminder today! The joy I’m experiencing now is the change of seasons. Self care looks like pausing, admiring the beauty that is everywhere and embracing the change that is to come.

  12. Jenn says:

    My current joy is taking a deep breath on the beach while I watch my kids run wild and free!

  13. Michelle says:

    A joy has been watching God provide in very personal ways.

    • Tiffanie Wilson says:

      This brought a huge smile to my face. I love hearing how God is meeting you in real and tangible ways. Thank you for sharing!

  14. Kelly says:

    Looking forward to following your blog. It looks like it will be beneficial content. Good luck! May the LORD use you to enrich others.

    • Tiffanie Wilson says:

      Thank you, Kelly! I am really looking forward to writing more in this space. It will be nice to mix it up, as I am mostly doing academic style writing these days.

  15. Terri Holmes says:

    The joy of motherhood. So many can not experience it, while others loath it. Being a mom is awesome and terrifying at the same time.

  16. Darrah W says:

    My joy is that I have my next therapy appointment Wednesday! It’s so needed, and I’m so ready for it.

  17. Gwen says:

    Honestly, I don’t know that I have much in my life that brings actual joy, but I do find a lot of peace walking the aisles of Hobby Lobby with a warm drink from my favorite coffee shop.

    • Tiffanie Wilson says:

      I so appreciate the honesty here. Sometimes it’s those seemingly little things that end up being the big things to bring us a moment of peace. So, here’s to walking the aisles with your favorite drink!

  18. Lesa Witt says:

    Early morning walks are a time for great reflection and prayer. They start the day as a new beginning for what is to come. Each day is precious and full of wander.

    • Tiffanie Wilson says:

      I love this, Lesa! I find that moving my body is really helpful for me in reflection and prayer too. It seems like I have a clarity while moving that is hard to come by otherwise.

  19. Morgan says:

    Beautiful, Tiff. The joy I’m experiencing currently is the surprising, seemingly “secular” moments of the day (which I know we both agree- all is holy! All is sacred!) when I get to laugh. Even after it all- I get to laugh sometimes. That’s grace.

  20. Elysa says:

    Love this, sister!

  21. Amber says:

    This is great!!

  22. Suzanne Ness says:

    My greatest joy is the hope I feel for the future right now. Looking forward!

  23. Maggie Tate says:

    Joys this week – having friends get good medical news after a lot of hard work; playing with a puppy, spending time dreaming about adventures. Thank you for the question and the moment to reflect!

    • Tiffanie Wilson says:

      Thank you for sharing all of these joys, Maggie! Especially thinking of your friends who received the good news. Excited to hear more about your adventures, too!

  24. Shannan says:

    Just reading this post alone feels like a warm hug for the soul. I always look forward to all of your posts on social media and have learned so much from following you. I can’t wait to be a regular visitor to your beautiful new website too. Thanks for all you do and offer to others!!

  25. Sarah says:

    Watching my children learn and grow! It’s a great joy/privilege to be their safe space and the one they look to for clarity and understanding.

    • Tiffanie Wilson says:

      Ah, this is so sweet, Sarah! I love that you are using the language of being their safe space. My children were actually the main reason why I got into soul care in the first place. I wanted to learn a different way of being with God, for me and to teach them.

  26. Danielle says:

    “Our culture is one of busyness, making us too distracted to know what is stirring up in the deep wells of our soul.” OOF did that hit me hard!

    In a season of valleys right now and honestly small tiny wins are big sources of joy these days. Trying to take pauses and be thankful for the present instead of worrying too much about what’s to come.

    This blog post is amazing and I can’t wait to read more 👏👏

    • Tiffanie Wilson says:

      It sounds like you are being really present! So often we miss the little things because we are so focused on the “big”. Thank you for sharing!

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