Hey y’all! I didn’t get a chance to write last weekend, but I wanted to sit down and tell you guys about some things that have been on my mind and some changes to my blog.
With my new job, I work early in the morning and I’m usually home by noon, sometimes a little earlier. It’s not a full time thing, but because it’s so early for me, by the time I get home I don’t really feel like doing anything. So I basically just lounge around the house and watch a ton of Netflix. I’m sure you can relate 😉
Well anyway, I would end up binge watching tv shows on Netflix that weren’t shows I should be watching as a Christian. Continue reading
Hey y’all! It’s pretty late in the day when I’m writing this, but I just started a new job and I kinda forgot that today was Saturday and that I have to post… oops! But here I am with a new post!
At my job, I have a lot of time to myself. I have to get up early in the morning though, around 4:30 to 5:00, but much closer to 5:00. I’ve never been an early riser. Mornings aren’t my thing, so this has been an adjustment. However, I’m discovering that it doesn’t have to be a bad thing.
At first I thought I would have no time in the morning to do my devotionals, now that I’m working all morning. But I’ve found the opposite to be true. Continue reading
Hey y’all! I’m back to the blogosphere after my sickness. I’ve still got a cough and a little bit of congestion, but for the most part I’m right back to functioning like a normal human bean. So that’s an improvement. 😉
During my sickness I was feeling very down and I was kinda whiny and the thought of being thankful during that time wasn’t even on my mind.
But when I went to the Wednesday night bible study at my church after I started feeling better, the lesson was on being thankful in difficult days. I’m incredibly blessed to have a pastor who almost always teaches what I need. I took that lesson to heart and I’d like to share some of what I learned with all of you, along with some bible verses on thankfulness. Continue reading
Hey y’all! I will admit at the outset of this post that I didn’t do very much studying this week on this topic. However, I’ve been through some difficult things this week and I’ve been learning about this topic through my experiences. So I decided to write about it of course!
So what am I doing with my life? I have my dreams of working from home through blogging and YouTube and possibly writing a novel, but if I’m being completely honest, I have no idea what I want to do with my life as a career.
I know I want to live a simple life. Ultimately, I want to do whatever the Lord leads me into. I currently have an idea in the back of my mind of going to an online Christian college to study biblical studies and possibly counseling from a biblical perspective. I want to help people struggling with lack of self worth, people struggling with depression and anxiety and domestic violence. I don’t know how I’m going to make that a reality just yet, but I know that if this idea really is from the Lord, He will open the door for me.
Enough introduction! Let’s get into the post! Continue reading
In today’s post I want to address the issue of confidence. I think it’s such an important topic to address because our confidence can often times make or break us. It’s our self-assurance, it’s our assertiveness, and it makes us bold in our beliefs.
I want to talk about confidence as it pertains to the Bible. I’m learning more and more that the biblical perspective for life is really the most important and it’s only one I’m really interested in.
So let’s just dive in! 🙂