Do you constantly find yourself too wrapped up in your flaws? If so, it could be getting in the way of living the life you dream of and COULD be loving if you’d stop putting yourself down and start embracing your flaws.
I started reflecting upon what I’d say to my younger self. This post is the result.
You are who are pretending to be okay when you are hurting inside and barely holding on to the little you have, I see your struggle.
You who are continuing to pour out to others even though your heart longs to be poured into, I hear your cries.
You who are showing up despite wanting to quit, I honor your sacrifice.
I see you. I hear you. I honor you.
Looking back can help you move forward when you use healthy outlets for reflection and growth. In this post, I share three outlets that helped me make several changes over the past decade.
Let’s stop wishing away who we are in hopes of who we want to be.
So many of us feel like life happens to us. As Christians, many of us have been taught that all things are out of our control due to predestination. However, we have the ability to choose our life and what we do with it. How can your life change by realizing this?
Is receiving God’s love simple or complicated? The song “Simple” by People & Songs made me reflect on my relationship with God and my journey these past four years.
Stop trying to be a new you and instead start where you are and become a better version of you with these strategies for goal setting and productivity in 2020.
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I’m hoping that all of you are off enjoying your families. I pray that you are able to spend this day with friends if you don’t have families to enjoy this day with. However, I also know reality…