Welcome to the New Julia A. Royston Website! Our Prayer is that you are blessed by visiting this website. You are cordially invited to any of the events, order any of the materials and check back often for updates. Julia is available for conferences, workshops and other events. Give us a call at 502-802-5385… Continue reading Welcome!
At the beginning of the month of March, I had sports in mind. I just knew that I would be watching college sports all day, picking my team, rooting for the underdog and possibly disappointed by the outcome. But there are no live sports playing right now only replays, reruns and remember when. Who knew… Continue reading End of March Madness, Now for Plan B
The recent events have left me on high alert in my own life. I am now even more grateful, thankful and appreciative of things people do for me in my life. I realize that I'm getting older, that life is getting shorter and my time is more valuable now than ever. … Continue reading Take Nothing For Granted…
I can't tell you how to do you! I can't tell you how to live your life. It is left up to you. What I can tell you is that I'm going to be living my best life and trust that you will too. Whatever, whenever… Continue reading Happy New Year!
Sometimes you need a do over. Begin Again. It may not be everyone else. Sometimes it's you. You need to take a hard look at yourself and the decisions that you have made. I do this at least once a month, a hard look at the half way point of the year and especially… Continue reading Happy New Year! It’s time to Begin Again!
May the Spirit of the Holidays, Power of God's Love and the Hope for the Future Be With You Now and Always!
I have stated many times that I am a planner by nature so this being June, it's time to review, re-evaluate and refocus on the second half of the year and beyond. I realize that where I started in January and where I am now are two different places. In January you are excited, optimistic… Continue reading Half Year in Review
Hello April and I must first make a confession. I do not have a green thumb at all. My father always planted beautiful flowers in the back yard. My father in law raised and grew rare roses for years and has a garden which we eat from for months after the harvest season. My husband… Continue reading Bloom! What did you plant?