Hello! I’m so glad you stopped by! If you’re new to the My Life Nurse website, you may be wondering what it is about and what it offers.
My name is Lisa Kimrey. I’m a nurse, speaker, and the author of a Bible study called: The Self-care Impact: Motivation and Inspiration for Wellness. You can learn more about me here.
How My Life Nurse Can Help You
I help you grow in your faith and provide solutions to help you care for your life as you serve and care for others.
What You’ll Find at My Life Nurse
Take Better Care of Yourself
-Build confidence in your self-care journey (You are worthy of self-care!) as you find the motivation to do your self-care.
–Create a self-care routine so you can continue to perform great self-care – even with a busy schedule.
-Learn how to save time and money related to self-care and healthcare-related services and products. My first suggestion is to find a primary care provider.
Grow Your Faith
-Learn to rest in God’s presence to overcome people-pleasing and approval-seeking self-care and personal habits.
-Dig into Scripture lessons that impact your self-care and your relationships.
-Improve and strengthen your prayer life.
-Find ways to get ‘unstuck’ on your faith journey.
-Learn how to trust and obey God, so you use your gifts, live out your calling, and fulfill your purpose.
Caring for Others
-Learn how to impact your family’s future health outcomes (help your family eat healthy food and exercise and move more often).
-Improve relationships in your life and cope with the stress of parenting, as well as marriage and intimacy.
-Save time and money and find healthcare and other services as you learn how to navigate through the healthcare & product system as a caregiver.
Why I Do This
I meet people every day who tell me they struggle with finding the motivation for their own self-care because they’re so busy taking care of other’s needs.
They tell me how they love serving and caring for others. Yet they worry about what their health will be like in the future.
And after talking a bit longer, they tell me they also feel some responsibility, or maybe a calling. A calling to start taking better care of themselves.
But, they have no idea how to start.
I can help you start – and motivate you to keep going.
I am passionate about taking good care of myself so that I can better serve the LORD, and I strive to help my readers do the same.
“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” (Romans 15:13 NIV)
Get comfortable, look around, and start taking better care of yourself!