If you feel weary today, this week or even this month for whatever your reasons are, remember God’s promises to see you through. Let them refresh you and preserve you. Let them be the inertia that pushes you through.
Funny thing is that we do things for other people but sometimes forget to apply our professional expertise to our personal life. To stay focused, I need a clear scope, clear goals, a clear plan and roadmap for each goal, some clear measurable targets and status meetings with none other but myself each month to stay on track.
When we make self-care first, we can be more present moms, supportive spouses, and less easily annoyed colleagues.
As we start this week, let’s focus on just what’s before us. Let’s plan to win this game, this week.
During the pandemic our date night life took a backseat in 2020 and this year, whether inside or socially distanced outside, we WILL maintain our date time together in 2021. So what are you and your love doing to keep the fun this year?
Funny thing, tonight I typed in 2021 and what returned were multiple images of people wearing masks. I couldn’t help think that masks are not new to 2021 or even 2020 for that matter. Yes, in the US physical masks seem to be a new thing in the past year but in reality most ofContinue reading “Masks”
OPD – Obsessive Perfection Disorder. I definitely have it. I self-diagnosed myself yesterday. The house was so quiet. The kids were outside playing. My husband was running errands and I was left with the beautiful sound of my own thoughts. (I rather enjoy that sound from time to time.) While I had this precious time,Continue reading “Obsessive Perfection Disorder”
Do the Work of the Plan – Whatever it is – Do the Work – Make the time. Faith without the work is dead. A plan without a push goes no where.
Well, 2021 is here. Expectations of newness, better-ness, and return to normalcy are things I keep hearing. But what is normalcy? It is the return to the way things were before…but is that really what we want? I am going with no. This morning I woke up with scripture about thinking on what is good.Continue reading “New Normal”
Like the grandma who didn’t want to see the new home prepared for her, we don’t want to see the vision of the new life God has for us. God has paid a price for us – far beyond movers, trucks, and labor. Will we simply accept his help move into his provision for a better life or will we cling to our mess?