Preserving My Peace

  1. Deb says:

    Great suggestions. I need to take back my peace. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Carolyn says:

    Love love love this Anna! ThaNk
    YOU for sharing your heart and getting real with the people. You are a rare and BEAUTIFUL Gem. SHEDDING light and Hope And love with Style and Grace.


  3. Kim spruth says:

    Practical and beautiful wisdom! I am here for It! Thank you, anna!

  4. Carrie says:

    Very practical! I love that you address the cause and then a solution and a workaround.

  5. Lisa says:

    Love this! (Especially #1)
    Thank you !

  6. Nancy Hickman says:

    This aRticle is so helpful. Thank you for providing real, down to earth, hoNest suggestions on how to navigate this world today and remain grounded and sane! Very worthwhile Read and so helpful!

  7. Sarah says:

    Thank you for this post. Meeting God in the Morning gave me chills. I would love to start this practice. Do you have suggestions for resources on how to start? i realize this may seem like an odd question. I was raised catholic but many aspects no longer resonate with me or feel like it’s right choice. So i am exploring to find a good fit which is currently a little more challenging during COVID. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    • Anna Groves says:

      I’m so sorry I am just seeing this!!! I like the Bible study Presence of God by She Reads Truth and I am also loving the book AW Tozer The Knowledge of The Holy.

  8. Evan Ryan says:

    Love this. Sleep and exercise are so important, and a lot less news 🙂

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  10. Sylvia says:

    I just discovered you this morning through “in my own style” and I am so happy for it.
    I did exactly that – got off of facebook and a lot of negative feelings fell away.
    i am still working on my relationship with god but you said it all so beautifully.

  11. Kathy says:

    I found you through “In my style”. I’m so thankful. This is perfect. Thank you for sharing your heart.

  12. Nancy Hammond says:

    I love your thoughts.

  13. Mira says:

    Very good advice. Many thanks. God’s Son, Jesus, is my savior and I am very grateful every day for his love.

  14. Margaret says:

    I really enjoyed this read. I’ve been considering taking a break = maybe permanently – from facebook, although I did share this there because I think it could be so helpful to so many!
    i think you may have a new follower. have a blessed day!

  15. Margo says:

    I stopped waTching the news a few months back when the anxiety had gotten the better of me. I dont watch network tv anymore at all and i dont miss it one bit. There has been littLe outlet for EMOTIONS this year. Retired, my husband and i are together 24/7 which can be overwhelming at times. I like your advice and know that i need to rekindle my morning with God.

  16. Pamela rugaard says:

    So blessed by this today, God is so faithful. How He leads me where I need to be and he led me to you. My hubby and I have stopped watching. Tv news. And I have gone silent on FB for awhile. I meet God every morning to start my day and ask “please help me find my joy today”. We are both retired and try to fill our days with positive things. I wish you were closer so I could personally hug you and tell you to keep this up. We are in Nashville. So blessed to have found you.

  17. Valarie says:

    Great post ! Brings peace just reading it ! Love your suggestions and love your instagram and blog ( im a new follower)

  18. Kristen says:

    “With that, god filled me up and there was no room for things to sit inside of my spirit that didn’t belong there.”
    I pray this for my daughter at night as she goes to bed – since she was little she has called It the “bubble Prayer” and sometimes she asks for it by that name. I will add you to my Bubble Prayers!

  19. Vero reyes says:

    Thank you so much !! Im glad to know i have god by my side ??❤️

  20. Marla Foreman says:

    Absolutely love this post. Thank you! I already do most of these things (even have quit Facebook right along with you 4 years ago).

    what irks me about politics is, I don’t feel iT’s something that arguing is going to change. If you Are Voting for somEone different than me, I feel like there is no chance in the world That i will ever be able to change your mind, by arguing or by anything else. But then if you don’t PUBLICLY pick a side and Join the fray, you are labeled as “part of the problem.” That is what absolutely kills me – people need to be allowed to opt out of discussing politics if They don’t want to. Especially in this day and age. SomEtimes it’s a matter of keeping your sanity, as you described.

    AnYway, thank you so much for bEing a sAne voice on the internet. I really apprEciate you for that 🙂 This is actually my first time visiting but because of this article i will be back!

    • Anna Groves says:

      Hi Marla! Absolutely. So important- My husband Rob always says to me: “I get to be me and you get to be you.” Trying to change others’ behavior and outcomes is insanity. That’s up to God and them. But doing what God asks ME to do and loving people and sitting down with them is what we can and should do each day. So much peace in that. Thank you for being here!

  21. Christa says:

    Thank you! @agelesstyle sent me by and i do so many of these things for exactly the same reasons. Being reminded to be A more critical consumer of daTa /eMotion that comes our way at so many levels is so appreciated and for me, an ongoing process. Thank you.

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