Are You Settling?

Are You Settling?

by Hannah Keeley

It creeps up on us so slowly. Before long, we find that we are…settling. Whether it’s holey socks, a cluttered house, or struggling finances, the principle is the same. It’s time to stop settling and start soaring! Watch this video and find out how.

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Are You Settling

Are there places in your life that you are settling? If so, then share in the comments below. But here’s the catch–I want you to share where you have found that you are settling and WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO DO TODAY to break out of that and move to a better place.



~ Hannah


Hannah Keeley was once in overwhelmed mom living in a cluttered house, deep in debt, out of shape, and barely hanging on. But one day, after finding herself sobbing uncontrollably into a pile of clean laundry, she realized God has bigger and better plans for her (just like He does for each one of His children). Beginning that day, she began making changes in her life that took her from overwhelmed to overjoyed. Today, she’s helping moms do the same. Hannah, her husband, Blair, and their seven children live in Richmond, Virginia, and are having the time of their lives!

Check out Hannah’s Website Here!

Want more help to create your Crazy Blessed life? I got you! Each episode of my podcast, Crazy Blessed is created to help you live the life God designed you for—a life of abundance. LISTEN NOW!

And if you’re a mom, then you could probably use a little help now and then. Here are some of my free resources that you can use anytime you get a hankering (which is southern for, “when you feel like it”).

Are you a mom who is totally overwhelmed? Feel like you’re at the end of your rope? Do you want to get organized, take control, and create a life you love? Check out my 21-Day Mom Rescue.

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