This week I can slow down a bit, Spring Break!I’m going to dust off the books from my shelf, which I haven’t read. I have more time now. In today’s post I will share what I’m reading this month.
Since being home, it’s dangerous having snacks in the house. Seriously, I devour an entire pan of brownies in like 2-3 days or
less. 😪 We’ve all done it! We’ve all done it! For now, I’ll avoid sweets and stock up on fresh fruits.
Tip: Wash and pre-cut fruits to store in containers. It’ll make it easily accessible. Whenever you need to munch on something, grab some fruit.
April Reading List:
I have follow this Pastor and his ministry for quite a while. I enjoy his messages, especially this one titled, “Make Room for the New“. My version of Spring Cleaning, cleaning out my mental closet.
Steven Furtick breaks apart the meaning of the word “Unqualified”. How we describe ourselves, determines the course of life we’ll live. Most often, we tear ourselves down rather than build our self-esteem. He reflects on how we phrase our “I am… statements. While teaching us to embrace our weakness to become strong.
The truth is, God has created us to be more, to accomplish more and to love life more than we ever thought possible. But to become who he has called us to be, we must embrace who we are right now. UnQualified equips us to face obstacles and failures without losing a sense of purpose. We can have a thriving hope that God is working in us and through us, not in spite of our weaknesses, but often as a direct result of them.
God can use all of us in unconventional ways. Drawing on our weakness to impact and influence others, even if we see those traits as insignificant. “I am qualified and equip to fulfill the purpose I was created and called, too.
Since being home, I thought it’s time to declutter. Building on ways to simplify my home. Restructure how to approach health and wellness. Consider making small changes.
I came across this book. The title caught my eye. She’s a well known actress and an advocate of natural health. Which aligns to my core values and belief. I’d like to learn ways to eat healthier and create more balance. I want to explore holistic nutrition and natural living. Many of you know, I love to practice yoga, use essential oils, journal, and much more. Just to name a few things. I’ll share some of my tips soon!
My reading list is short, but practical. I’d love to hear from you, share what’s on your reading list in the comment section below.
See you in the next post. Have a great day!
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