E72: The Burden of Better With Heather Creekmore / How Comparison Can Keep You From Achieving Your Goals

Hello and welcome back to the campfire! Today’s encouraging conversation is with Heather Creekmore. She is a homeschool mom of 4, blogger, public speaker, and author.  Heather’s focus is on the pitfalls of comparison and how an unhealthy obsession with looking at what we don’t have can lead to many issues that will eventually filter down to our children.  So grab a seat by the fire as we discuss her book (The Burden of Better: How a Comparison-Free Life Leads to Joy, Peace, & Rest ), her struggles, and how happiness can be achieved by something as simple as gratefulness for a cup of coffee or time spent with family.

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Show Notes

Heather’s website: Body Image and Comparison Help for Christian Women – Compared to Who?
Can be found on all social media platforms- @ Compared To Who
Podcast- Compared To Who

The Burden of Better – https://amzn.to/3tR5X5a

Compared To Who – https://amzn.to/3gz7FV3

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