Balance. It’s the buzzword of this generation.

In our hectic lives, everyone is searching for that elusive thing called “balance”, where we feel like we’re living out our priorities, we’re able to get the rest we need, but we’re still being purposeful.

What if the whole idea of finding balance is more like a millstone around your neck than it is a real thing to aim after, though?

In our hectic lives, everyone is searching for that ever-elusive “balance”, but is that the most effective and rewarding way to live out our calling in Christ?Whoops! Looks like you landed on an older post.

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What If Balance is Overrated?

I’m Sheila, and I blog almost everyday here at To Love, Honor and Vacuum! I write posts normally about marriage (and sex!) but also about parenting, faith, organizing, and more. My big passion is to help WOMEN find passion–including passion in their marriages.

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Do you feel more like a maid than a wife and a mother? Are you married, but you’re wondering what all the fuss is about? Where is the spark, the connection, the passion you were supposed to feel?

That’s what I’m here for! I’ve been married for 26 years, and happily married for about 21. I know what loneliness in marriage feels like. I know what it is to feel “blah” and overwhelmed. But I didn’t stay that way!

And I also know that a lot of the tips we’re given to rejuvenate our marriages are more like “pat answers” that don’t work. Let’s go deeper. Let’s find that passion.

Will you join me?

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