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Feel overwhelmed or stretched to the limit?

Hi! I'm Karlene {whileiponder.com}

I know what it's like to be juggling what seems like a hundred things all at once with no time left for God. I also know what it feels like to want to run away from it all.

Balancing "the busy" is totally FREE. I give it away because I want you to be FREE! We'll go through a few simple steps to find your strategy. You'll define exactly what it is that's creating "the busy" in your life. 

But, let me be up front about one thing.

This course is based on practical steps from God's Word {The Bible}. It's not preachy, but I share a few Bible verses about time and it's application in our life.

Balancing "the busy" includes six modules. You'll work at your own pace. This will give you time to process, meditate and strategize. The end product:  YOUR strategy to balancing "the busy" in your life.

Let's balance "the busy" in your life!

Excerpt from Lesson One...


Section One: You can trust God with your time.

But as for me, I trust in You, O LORD; I say, "You are my God." My times are in Your hand... (Psalm 31.14-15a NKJV)

You'll notice King David wavers back and forth throughout Psalm 31. He speaks of life and all it has thrown at him. Then, he talks about his trust in God.

In verse two, he cries out to God, "Be my Rock of refuge." In the very next verse, he declares, "You ARE my Rock and my Fortress!"

I don't know about you, but I tend to do the same thing? Life can be a roller-coaster of emotions. Feeling secure in our faith one minute and filled with worry when something comes along to throw us off balance.

In all of this, like King David, what we can depend on is our times are in His hands.

No matter our experiences, troubles, successes, busyness and bad decisions - it's all in His hands. You can trust Him with your time.


Section Two: Define "the busy"

In a few minutes, you'll begin to define your “busy” by writing down the specific items creating “the busy” in your life today.

Here are examples of items that can create "the busy", but items on your list may look quite different.

  • Full-time job – A full-time job is a full-time job, no matter what time of the day or night you are on it (and, yes, this applies to stay-at-home moms, too).
  • Part-time job – Yes, even a part-time adds to “the busy”.
  • Household domestics – Laundry, meal planning, shopping, preparing meals, cleaning, yard work, etc...
  • Children’s schedules – School activities, daily drop off/pick-up, carpool, sports, lessons, etc...

See more examples and the remainder of this lesson when you enroll.

Ready to "balance the busy"?

Enrollment in this course will subscribe you to my Email list. You'll have the option to confirm or not. I hope you will!

Created by

Karlene Arthur