About Somer Phoebus

Somer Phoebus is an entrepreneur, lead communicator and managing partner for swHw, a pastor's wife, and a mom of 2 girls. She’s also the creator of the 3 Step Planner and Productivity 101 which you can find in the swHw shop.

September 2021

5 Truths Every Working Woman Needs to Know

By |2021-09-08T17:06:57-04:00September 8th, 2021|Uncategorized|

Work "It's how the gospel redeems us for life." -Tom Nelson Vocation Comes from the Latin root word: vocatio which means, "to be called upon." Our vocation is quite literally our calling. Calling Our calling will involve two things: a certain group of people and certain work. This makes the Greatest Commandment and The Great Commission both found in Matthew even more clear. Love God, love people: PEOPLE Go and make disciples: WORK Purpose Nothing other than to become more like Jesus. Literally nothing. Purpose The work a believer does. Whatever, wherever, whenever, however. If we can walk into work everyday (no matter what our job is or where it takes place) knowing in the depths of our soul that these 5 things are true, we'll probably find more fulfillment in our work, contentment with our job description, and deeper relationships with our people. For more, join now and watch Somer's full class: "Vocation: To Be Called Upon" available [...]

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August 2021

Do You Trust Me Enough to Walk Instead of Run?

By |2021-08-16T16:42:41-04:00August 11th, 2021|Uncategorized|

Dara LaPorta was reading a book that encouraged her to practice silence and solitude to hear from the Lord. As a fitness professional, she decided she would combine the challenge with her workout and go for a run. No podcast. No music. Just the open road...and Florida's heat. It started awful. It was hot, she was tired, and with every step, she felt as if her legs were tied down with 100 lb. weights. And even worse, the whole point of going for the run was to hear God speak, and all she could hear were her heavy strides hitting the pavement. Her inner athlete, though, refused to quit, and about halfway through her run, she started feeling good. She got into a rhythm, her pace picked up, and she was pumped that even if she didn't get to hear the Lord's voice, she was at least going to get a good workout. And right as her competitive nature was about to kick in, that's when she heard Him: "Do you trust Me enough to walk instead of run?" Part of her wanted to ignore it. Where was that voice when [...]

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Decision Fatigue: What It Is + How to Identify

By |2021-08-11T16:25:03-04:00August 4th, 2021|Uncategorized|

If you've ever ...cried because it was time to decide what's for dinner ...lost your mind at the thought of choosing an outfit ...just fallen asleep 30 minutes into trying to pick a movie ...you may not just be "indecisive." It might be that you're simply exhausted from making all the world's decisions...aka decision fatigue. decision fatigue: the exhaustion one feels after making so many decisions that even the most insignificant asks become overwhelmingly huge and almost unbearable. Take this quick quiz to uncover if decision fatigue is the root of your frustration: 1. I wake up stressed, anxious or overwhelmed most days. True                False   2. I make most of the decisions in my home. True                False   3. I make most of the decisions in my work. True                False   4. I am the one that everyone counts on to decide where to eat or what to do when I go out with friends. True                False   5. When people ask me to plan for [...]

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