Judy Dudich

Judy Dudich

Judy Dudich resides in the beautiful woods of Pennsylvania, where 24 acres of land and a home-office provide the perfect setting for her writing ventures. Mom of 10, Grammy to six -- sharing the love and joy she finds in Christ and living her best extraordinary-ordinary life!

Quarantine: What’s it taught you about yourself?

quarantine, family dining together

This post comes to you during a national (global, really) crisis. We’re about three weeks or so into the COVID-19 prompted quarantine. Millions of people have had to learn to navigate their daily lives in ways much different from their typical routines. Whether you live alone or with a spouse and several children, you’ve no [ keep reading ]

So, you want to write a book? Go for it!

write a book, hands with blue fingernails typing on laptop

A little more than 10 years ago (Wow! Time truly does fly!) I was a blogger and also launched a website. Both endeavors had a special purpose: to inspire, encourage and support those desiring to live a Christian family and/or homeschooling lifestyle. I loved every minute of it, and within a year, the website made [ keep reading ]

Immune system strength is the key to good health

immune system, essential oils and hebs

Kudos to millennials! Those born between 1981 and 1996 are said to be much more health conscious than previous generations. There are several reasons for this, including advanced technology that gives people instant access to information. Also, millennials work out a lot or at least consult personal fitness trainers and dieticians about their lifestyle and [ keep reading ]

Best movies: These are on my list of must-sees

best movies, popcorn

There’s nothing like a good movie to provide entertainment and a way to spend a relaxing evening. Actually, the time of day doesn’t really matter; in fact, I often enjoy watching movies on a Saturday morning or a Sunday afternoon. (I seem to be able to get through a whole film at those times without [ keep reading ]

Homeschooling due to quarantine and not by choice?

homeschooling, boy holding owl pellet

My heart goes out to all the moms who, by no choice of their own, have been suddenly thrust into the world of homeschooling due to COVID-19 quarantines. When mom and kids are not used to being together 24/7, an unexpected necessity to do so can be challenging on many levels. I remember when I [ keep reading ]

Praise and worship: Take me to church, at Sam’s Club

praise and worship, Bible

I know I was not alone in my sorrow this past week when I learned that the doors of churches across the nation were closing. At first, I felt as though jolted by a sudden shock of unbelief. What? No Mass? No, no, no. That can’t be true. That’s something from the days of the [ keep reading ]

‘New’ health tips: Wash your hands, duh

health tips, man in yellow wearing face mask

Since you’re reading this, I’m glad to see you’ve been able to find a moment of respite in your busy day. You have no doubt been super busy this week driving around your town trying to find toilet paper and wet wipes. Perhaps, you’re also one of many parents who is currently working from home [ keep reading ]

Words of wisdom that my dad often shared

words of wisdom, tree and light

I miss my dad. He passed away eight years ago. I’m glad all 10 of my children knew him, although the youngest ones were only five, six and seven when he died. My dad shared so many words of wisdom with me throughout my life. He was the type of person who would say just [ keep reading ]

A to-do list might help but so does a not-to-do list

to-do list, blank page numbered to four

Years ago, a group of moms I know were all reading the same book and asked me to join them. I did, for a time, until I just couldn’t. I’m all for organizing your life in whatever way you need to do so to have peace of mind. The problem with the book was that [ keep reading ]

Toxic people: Stop them from draining your energy

toxic people, woman with hand out toward man

Before  you read the rest of this post, pause and think of all the people in your life. Think of your family members, friends, co-workers, social media connections and more. Now, ask yourself this question: Are there toxic people in my life? Who came to your mind? Define “toxic person” as anyone who makes you [ keep reading ]


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