I know that lots of you have been bored during the quarantine, so I got with two of the girls from the Colorfully Candid Book Club to show you what types of things you can do to support your goals and your growth during this time. Get creative! This time does not have to be wasted watching Netflix! Let's explore an option together and chat a little.
It doesn’t matter if you’re 11 or 16, there’s something meant for you to do in this world, and you’re the only one who can do it! What are you waiting for? You can miss me with all of those excuses! Why? Because each of those excuses collectively make up the biggest blessings you could ever have to find your purpose. Let's talk about a few creative ways to spend your break as we look back at some of the points the speakers made at An Unconditional Morning 2020.
Now that it's March, it's clear that we've fallen behind on a few of those goals and resolutions we made at the beginning of the year, but our daughters and little sisters need to see us follow through. What if we told you that the problem wasn't with your goals, but with your systems? What are your systems? Your systems encompass the strategies that lead you to maximize your schedule, choose relationship building over busyness, and the joy of pursuing wholeness in a healthy environment. They include everything from laundry to networking, and they are important because you won't rise to the level of your goals until you get them organized.
When I was a teenager, a lot of the music and some of the books I chose to enjoy made me feel like the goals I’d set to honor God were stupid, immature, and unrealistic. I bet you can say the same about your favorite Netflix series, YouTube subscriptions, and Spotify artists so let's talk about how to set a God goal that you won't feel silly about.
Read Tiffany's latest note of encouragement and live loved. This blog is the perfect reminder to embrace God's precious mercy, that is not only reserved for our children, but for us, as well.