Time to refocus

Sometimes my mind spins in circles and I want to lash out and scream! In these times I have to remind myself to

STOP,

BE STILL

and

REMEMBER WAHT I KNOW TO BE TRUE.

For whatever reason sometimes, yes sometimes I ignore this tried and true pattern and avoid being an adult.

I am doing this right now.

I feel uneasy, frustrated and lost. It actually fells like my heart is going to burst and not in the good way.

SO I am going to be a big girl and put in the work . I am going to STOP running on the perpetual treadmill of life and take time to feel what is inside of me.

  • I am feeling anxious- school starts next week and I don’t feel ready. I am nervous for my boys. I am ready but not ready.
  • Summer is coming to an end which means I HAVE to get back into a regular routine. I hate and love routines!
  • I have been so wild in my spending habits! I need to pull in the reins and hold myself accountable for what I am buying and spending
  • I have a lot of shame associated with how late I have been getting up this last month and how much time I have wasted.
  • I want to get all my classes scheduled for this fall season but don’ exactly know which direction I want to go in.
  • I wan’t to move forward on some ideas but feel nervous and just want to hide

 

THIS IS WHAT I KNOW TO BE TRUE

  • I am capable of anything I feel passionate about
  • I need to make things fun for me to be engaged
  • I need accountability
  • I need connection
  • I need spiritual connection with God and those around me
  • I am enough

 

PROMPTINGS FROM GOD

  • Digitize Ben’s mission journal
  • Learn Spanish
  • Write
  • Share

NOW WHAT

  • I WILL sit down and fill out my calander
  • I WILL schedule time into my week to do the above
  • I WILL pray each day and ask God to help me follow through on the promptings he has given me and ask Him who I can serve each day
  • I WILL share my goals with people who care and love me
  • I WILL record ways I had courage each day.

Follow kids; they are always connecting with themselves, each other and their surroundings. Bradgate park, UK