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Do you make resolutions? New Years gets all the hype surrounding resolutions, but isn’t resolving to be better something we should be doing kind of constantly? I’ll be honest, I’m not great at resolutions…making them or keeping them. (Does that mean I should make a resolution to get better at them? …hahaha)
Whether you make resolutions or not, the start of a new year is a good time to think about not just bettering yourself, but what God desires for you. Reflect on the past, look forward to the future.
Here’s what I’ve been reading:
5 Clues That God is Changing Your Course … at A Divine Encounter. Tuning in to what God desires for you may be a step that we sometimes forget as we muscle our way forward with our goals, dreams, and plans.
But I NEED her … at The Loveliness and Lemons of Life. A spot on observation about the times we are desperately wanting something.
Meeting Exercise Goals with Self-Talk, Mind Games, & Rewards … at Jimmie’s Collage. Realistic, specific and do-able advice on personal fitness. It’s part of a series that is just fantastic…and encouraging!
Neuroscientists Unlock the Secrets of Memory Champions … at Smithsonian.com. If working on your brain is on your agenda, look no further.
Why Chipped Crock-Pots are Holy … at Proverbs 31 Ministries. Setting a goal to be more hospitable, despite all of the flaws we may think we or our home has…good advice!
The Spiritual Discipline of Keeping My Mouth Shut … at Imparting Grace. Because which of us doesn’t need to rein in the old tongue?
Resolutions? No Resolutions?
*A brief disclaimer…I found these particular articles read-worthy. That doesn’t mean that I agree with or advocate everything on the site on which individual posts appear.