Kim Millington

Kim “Millie” Millington is a wife, mom and entrepreneur. She is a certified life coach and operates Coach Millie’s Family Life Coaching in Waco, Texas. Her husband, James, is an instructor at TSTC. Her son is heading to the Air Force and her daughter is a senior at Rapoport Academy. She moved to Waco in 2008 to attend Truett Seminary at Baylor. She is also a graduate of Dallas Baptist University. Kim is often found at the Olive Branch Cafe having some bakery blend coffee. She enjoys spending her time helping families get organized and holistically healthy.

Waco is my Happy Place! (Pt.1)

Waco is my happy place!! There are so many reasons I have to share. This is only part ONE. From the moment I arrived more than ten years ago, I knew this was going...

Pursuing Reconnection in your Relationship

There must be a million different reasons we end up disconnected from our partners: time, children, body image, extended family, household demands, career and complacency, just to name a few. If you find yourself...

The Power of Problem-Solving

The Power of Problem Solving In his book “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*” Mark Manson writes, “To be happy we need something to solve. Happiness is therefore a form of action.” Not...

Recovery In Waco

How It All Began On January 1, 1999 I walked away from a lot of things having no idea if I could actually have the life I wanted. I was seventeen, and for the entire...

Forgiving My Father for Wanting to be Somewhere Else

It seems like he was always leaving. My dad, I mean. He left when my parents divorced, but he came back. He left again when they divorced again, and that time pretty much stuck....

To My Son’s Future Wife

To My Son's Future Wife Lovely, If you are reading this, then you are holding in your hands my Bible. When I was married to your husband’s father, I was given the gift of this...

2019 Collab Conference

Over the last nine years I have personally been blessed to read books written by Elizabeth Oates. Her work, Dealing with Divorce, was the first thing I went through when I married into a...

Enneagram…Where do I start?

Enneagram...Where do I start? The Lemon Bars (’s the Intro) You know those recipe websites where you spend five minutes scrolling down a page just to find a recipe for the perfect lemon bars? I mean,...

Millennials and Debt: My $340,000 Story

Millennials and Debt: My $340,000 Story This is not one of those stories about someone who is $10K in debt, and (wonder of wonders) it all gets paid off in two months. Although, if this...

Permission To Be Angry, Sir

Permission To Be Angry, Sir A recently released book by Rebecca Traister, Good and Mad - The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger - describes the significant difference between the societal and familial response to men’s...