A big reason for that besides soaking up some quality time with my girls is the summer course I've been taking. I'm taking part 2 of my writing specialist right now I took part 1 in the spring session. It's been a lot of work so glad I decided against taking 2 courses this summerbut it's been good work.
If you are just joining us for this series, welcome! Want to listen to this post? She thought that being popular would bring contentment. She never felt like she was enough. She believed the success equation was: She chased bigger and faster and more more more. If she missed a minute on social media, she might miss something.
She was me several years ago. I chased my tail until it all began to crash and burn. I wrote my story in just a few words in my PowerSheetsright there in the middle… If you have been feeling restless lately, wanting things to change, but believing that change is impossible, I know this for sure: There is a way to move forward.
And the little-by-little and big leaps of faith along the way were worth it! I wrote the handwriting piece above which has since been shared on the interwebs tens of millions of times—so crazy not about skydiving, traveling to a foreign country, or anything you might typically see on a bucket list.
I wrote this late one night in my kitchen, just after putting Grace to sleep when she was a baby, about wanting to finally read the Bible from start to finish. It felt like a daunting task, but I wanted to grow my faith.
This really mattered to me. My why drove me forward, especially during the many times I fell behind or wanted to jump ship have you ever felt that way? Little by little, over the course of a year and a half, I did end up reading the Bible—and it changed everything.
The little-by-little added up! This is how we celebrate little-by-little progress in our garden. No perfect or polished answers needed here! What I want to cultivate came to light when I did this page above in my PowerSheets: I want to cultivate space for new things to grow.
More in the comments! We talked about the good things from the year in Part 1. What were the challenges you experienced in ? What areas of your life need to be tended, watered, or soaked in sunshine?
A few of my challenges: And, yes, I grew too much in the garden this year!Education and parenting articles offer expert tips and information on raising kids. Read educational articles, parenting articles, & more.
An exercise of figuring out how I spend my time in a typical day. Welcome to the final post in my seventh-annual Goal Setting Series! Each year, I am left in awe of the leaps of faith you take as we go through this process together, and this year tops them all.
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