Here are some journaling prompts to guide you through your Peaceful Planning for the new year. Remember the key is growing as an individual, when you are supported in personal development you are more capable to take on those projects and goals that will propel you forward.
Picking a word for the new year over making resolutions has been a thing for awhile. Last year, I hopped on board and chose the word ‘courage’ for 2020. In addition to choosing courage, I made ONE new year resolution and that was “to fail a lot.” The idea is that stepping out of my … Continue reading What is Your Word for 2021?
It’s taken me months of reading to admit that I’m still in the book of Genesis. Earlier this year, I set out on what I thought would result in me reading the Bible more. I knew I wouldn’t finish the entire Bible by the close of the year but I thought I’d get at least … Continue reading Slow as Slow Gets
Okay, I can't wait-- I'll open up with the good news...but that means there is not-so-good news.
The Holy Spirit hit me. Well more like, He told me to kneel and pray. I did. I promise, I woke up the next day with WAY better goals.
Oh, how I needed this day to come. Summer ripens in August, the heat smothers you, the rain changes its patterns and becomes more unpredictable. You can count on it making its daily appearance but the routine of days before is crumbling. No more sun until 3pm and showers at 4pm. Around this point of … Continue reading August First
Life gets boring when we've stopped dreaming, stopped pursuing, when we have too much time to ruminate. Some thing must cure this: new toy, new clothes, new phone. That's not how life should be. The unsatiated part of our hearts is a little black hole always searching for more. Black holes eat everything that you feed … Continue reading Finding Inspiration Near You
Creativity is about flexing the muscles of our own soul.