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Hello to my lovely readers! I have been on a self-improvement kick lately. I recently realized that I’ve been pretty negative and I’ve been letting myself go. I gained forty pounds in the last two years, my panic attacks returned, and I’ve been very down on myself. I decided that it’s time for a change. Nothing is going to get better unless I do something about it. I decided to share with y’all what I am doing about it.
I stumbled across this article by The Cusp about using If…Then statements to set your goals. The basic concept is, if you actually make a plan of what you are going to do, it is easier to follow those goals. Just saying you have a goal isn’t really going to help. You need a plan of action, not just a wish to do something. I thought it was a great idea so I wrote down some if..then statement goals in my notebook to work on this summer.
These are my main goals for the summer! Do you have any goals? What do you think about using if…then statements to set goals? Feel free to share with me below. I would love to hear from y’all!
I will revisit this post in September to update y’all on what has happened.
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Hello! I just wanted to update y’all on what is going on in my life and my plans for the summer. A lot of exciting things are ahead!
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call upon me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you.”
Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)
Hello to my lovely readers! Today, I wanted to deviate from my regular posts and share with you a Bible verse that I have been contemplating all week. It has really spoken to me this week and I think it’s a great reminder for all twenty somethings. It’s a great reminder to me to wait for God’s timing. He has a will and a plan and I just need to wait for Him to show me. Sometimes my life might seem depressing or at a standstill but everything happens for a reason! My mom says that we need to let go and let God. Of course, that doesn’t mean we sit on our bottoms doing nothing. We can still live live to the fullest. We just need to come to God and ask Him if this is what He wants us to do. We can also ask God what we can learn from everything that happens to us. Even when we stray far away from God (like I did this past year), He is still there waiting for us. He will never abandon or turn His back on us.
What do you think of this Bible verse? Do you have a favorite or is there a Bible verse that has been weighing on your heart lately?
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