It’s been a while! I really have missed blogging! But I’ve been praying and seeking God. I truly want my place here in the blog world to honor Him, so I took a break. I’m not sure I’m ready to be back at it at full speed but there will be posts here and there. I just wanted to take a moment to wish you all a Happy New Year! I don’t really do resolutions because I feel like they are made to be broken! I do think that the mark of a new year is a great time to look back at things in the past and learn from them. Here are some things (and there are many more) I plan on praying over for the new year. Be patient with me, I’m a work in progress! 😉
My tone towards my children~ I find myself speaking harshly to them more often than I’d like. I want my words to be gracious and loving (even in discipline and training).
Being more mindful of my time~ Oh me, I am queen of time wasting! So this is a biggy!
Sticking to our food budget better while still eating real food~ Plain and simple.
Eating well and exercising~ I feel so much better mentally and physically when I’m exercising and eating well. I can serve my family better when I’m healthy!
Simplify life- I want my home to be a place of simplicity, not chaos. Of course, I do have two boys!! But I want to focus on keeping our home more simplified. Less stuff, better organization.
Being filled with the Spirit~ I want to live the glorious in the seemingly mundane. May my sink be my sanctuary. I can meet Him in all places!
And lastly I’ll leave you with the beautiful words of Ann Voskamp,
“Contentment isn’t a state of organization, a weight on the scale, a state of better: better kids, better marriage, better health, better house. Contentment is never a matter of circumstances; contentment is always a state of communion — a daily embracing of God.”