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Happy New Year 2019 – Do You Make Resolutions or Proactive Goals with Focus Words or Phrases?

Happy New Year 2019 – Do You Make Resolutions or Proactive Goals with Focus Words or Phrases?

  Resolutions or Goals?   Happy New Year! After a 3-month hiatus, I’m endeavoring to return to blogging in this new year. In an effort to jumpstart my blogging, I’m snagging a post from a couple years ago, with some updates and modifications.     So 2019 is here.  Now the debate starts over again about making resolutions versus developing proactive goals. According to the dictionary, a resolution is “the decision to do or not do something.” Based on how…

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God Moves in Mysterious Ways to Get Our Attention

God Moves in Mysterious Ways to Get Our Attention

Have You Ever Wondered? WHAT is Going On and WHY???   Yes, truly, God moves in mysterious ways at times. In spite of how it looks from our limited human perspective, God some how is at work to bring about good outcomes for us, in line with His plan and will for our lives. It reminds me of this verse from Jeremiah 29:11 (a good life verse) in the image above. So onto today’s inspirational thought. Remember to check out…

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Happy May Day – Overcoming Adversity to Achieve Victory

Happy May Day – Overcoming Adversity to Achieve Victory

Overcoming Adversity to Achieve Victory Happy May 1st! I sort of lost half of April to other obligations instead of blogging. Like the quote says in the image at the beginning of the post, “Life doesn’t always go according to plan.”  My PLAN was to participate in the Ultimate Blog Challenge for the month on this blog, and the A to Z Blog Challenge on my other blog – that just didn’t happen for the second half of April! SO…on…

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Overcoming Fear by Doing It Afraid – October 16 Devotions

Overcoming Fear by Doing It Afraid – October 16 Devotions

Friday has arrived again, and along with it, the day has brought my contract for the new position with my current curriculum client–effective immediately. 🙂 In addition, my darling hubby created brackets and hanging rods to help me organize my sewing and quilting area. Yes, as a friend said, decluttering and organizing are good for the soul!   Another activity that’s good for  the soul is to face fears and worries, stare them down, and overcome them–by the grace of…

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