I’m not that person who can wake up, read the Bible, take it all in, and apply it the rest of the day. I want to be, but I’m not.
Literally every day this past week I completely forgot what I had read that morning, no matter how hard I tried to just sit there and recall. And that’s okay. Along with making a fresh breakfast each morning, I’ve found another thing that doesn’t quite work for me. So with that in mind, I’m going to keep trying – just at a different time of the day.
This week, in addition to writing down three good things at the end of each day, I’m going to keep with the momentum I built this last week and read a devotional then. This time I’ll see if maybe my mind will process it better if I give it a whole night to just kind of sit in there and mingle with the rest of my thoughts before I jump into a new day. I’m also looking forward to ending each day on a positive note by writing down good things.
So, I’ve officially completed one month of mini goals! YAY!
While I don’t floss everyday anymore, I’m still flossing much more than I used to, and I’m taking the time to really brush my teeth. I didn’t work out three times like I did last week, but I did go to the gym twice and completed some full-ish body workouts! I don’t expect to see any major differences in my body any time soon, but overall, I’ve been sleeping better, enjoying my food more, and feeling a little more relaxed even on busy days, so I’m happy with my choice in keeping up with some of these goals.
As I mentioned earlier, the fresh breakfast and morning devotional thing didn’t work out for me. And that’s okay! It’s good to try these things and be sure that I’m taking the right course of action for my lifestyle.
~~I’ve got a quick question readers! I’ve mentioned the fact that I’m a meal prepper a few times throughout this blog, so would any of you be interested in me sharing my recipes in a blog?~~
If you’d like to see the complete list of 52 things I’m accomplishing this year, click here to check out my first blog! For now, here’s what I’ve done and what’s to come in the next few weeks:
Last week: Start each day by reading a devotional (if you have to pee really bad then do it on the toilet).
This week: Write down three good things at the end of each day and keep them somewhere to read at the end of the week.
Next week: Start each day with a jam session. You’ll probably have to do it in the cold living room so you don’t wake your roommate up. But that’s okay. Just dance your heart away for approximately two minutes and 30 seconds.