We’ve all been there. We know that sneaking, small voice in our heads all too well—you’re too loud. Too quiet. Too young. Too old. Too unimportant. Too ugly. Too silly. Too serious. You’re not as successful as she is—look at her perfect family, look at her high-powered job, look at her great hair and size 4 skinny jeans. Why can’t you be more like her—be more in general? Why do you expect so much from everyone? Why can’t you take up less space? Ask for less? Be less? The lies track well-worn paths in our minds and our hearts, wearing us down and making us question our role in God’s kingdom.


Jess Connolly and Hayley Morgan, bestselling authors of Wild and Free will help you replace those lies with God's truth. This devotional flip-book is designed for you, the woman who feels like she can be both too much and not enough—sometimes in the same day. When you  banish lies and insecurities and find your identity in Jesus, you can embrace these truths: You are always enough. You are never too much.


"Always Enough, Never Too Much is a must-read! Jess and Hayley have spoken to every fear and insecurity that we experience and have given each a powerful dose of truth, humor, and God’s Word. You are going to want to come back to these pages again and again!"

—Lara Casey, author of Make It Happen and Cultivate

This is the devotional our generation is thirsty for: a guided walk through scriptures reminding us that God made us the women He needs and wants us to be, exactly as we are. As someone who often paradoxically feels both of these worries—that I’m too much and not enough—I love these reminders, rooted in truth, that all of who I am is purposeful to Him.

—Emily Ley, Creative director of Emily Ley Paper & Gifts and author of Grace, Not Perfection and A Simplified Life

These girls know what it means to live wild and free, and these devotions will remind your heart and soul of what is true—that you are always enough and never too much for the Father. His love is extravagant toward you, and these pages overflow with that truth.

—Jamie Ivey, author of If You Only Knew and podcast host of The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

Many women feel like too much and not enough all at the same time. Yet how do we maneuver being women of God amidst our culture and our own limiting beliefs while learning to operate in the gifts God gave us? I found Always Enough, Never Too Much so helpful and validating. Get this devotional in your hands and heart!

—Jami Nato, author

Jess and Hayley do a beautiful job of making women feel less alone. Their words help us apply truth to our circumstances and emotions and challenge us to look beyond those things to what God has made us to be and do. This idea that we are never too much and always enough is a powerful truth, one God has been whispering over His daughters since the beginning of time. Today’s generation of women is blessed to have Jess and Hayley help us take hold of it in a new way.

—Rach Kincaid, women’s ministry leader and writer

For such a time as this, these words have been penned by two uniquely, fearfully, and wonderfully made women to bring us refreshment and to return us to our truest selves as daughters of a good, good Father who is also a holy King. So daughter, put your crown on your head and take your royal seat—you’re about to find out what it means to be you, to belong, and to get and stay free.

—Alisa Keeton, founder of Revelation Wellness

Jess and Hayley will mobilize any woman (me included!) who has been paralyzed by lies for too long. I could not read this without constantly thinking, This is me. I thought this was  only me . I’m expectant to see what happens when women pick this up and flood their minds with biblical truth that confronts their deepest insecurities.

—Valerie Metrejean Woerner, Val Marie Paper Prayer, Journal creator and author of The Finishing School

These words are stillness to the busy girl’s soul . . . when we are overwhelmed with our “enough-ness” not in what we do but simply who we are. This devo is the perfect space to sit with like-minded women, or in your own time, and walk away with a renounced and sure purpose and identity in Christ.

—Arielle Estoria, writer, speaker, and creative

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Jess Connolly and Hayley Morgan are great friends with a big passion. They lead women in their churches and communities and online as authors (Wild and Free), speakers, and business owners (All Good Things Collective and Nellie Taft). In their unique positions and from their unique perspectives, Jess and Hayley answer this modern question: "Why don't I ever feel like I'm enough?" and on the flipside "Why do I feel like I'm too much when I'm just being myself"?