Merry Christmas everyone! I hope you're able to spend this day with your family and friends. I've been thinking about the topic of this post for a few days, and thought today would be perfect to share it. Can I be honest? I've had a quarter-life crisis ever since graduating college in 2013. A quarter-life … Continue reading Sermon Notes: Purpose
Hey everyone! One thing that I'll try to do moving forward, is to write a post that summarized everything I talked about that month. It will help me remember certain experiences I had that month, as well as bring my new followers up to speed. And speaking of followers, I want to thank everyone for … Continue reading November Recap and December Goals
Hey everyone! It's been a while since I last wrote a Sermon Notes post on my blog. I like to write these every now and then to not only inspire/encourage you, but to inspire/encourage myself. Last Thursday after I came back from doing an escape room with my small group, I parked at home and … Continue reading Sermon Notes: Look Up
Hello Everyone! Sorry, it's been a while since my last post. This whole month I have been helping my family renovate a house to sell. Before this experience, I thought my education watching HGTV prepared me to be able to renovate houses. Now, after renovating kitchens and painting a lot of things, I think I'm … Continue reading Sermon Notes: Work What You Got!
Sometimes, it can seem as if there are not enough hours in the day. Our to-do list is longer than the 24 hours we are provided, and it can stress us out. However, instead of stressing out or giving up, we need to take a break from our distractions. Consuming too much television or social media can become distractions in our lives, shortchanging us of our time. Read more to find out how I am working to invest in my future, and how you can do the same.
My favorite television series this year has been Black Mirror. In a time where reality shows and competition shows floods the airwaves, Black Mirror offers a breath of air; each episode creates constructive conversations. In their episode, "Hated in the Nation," I found three lessons on the power of our words. Click here to continue reading more.
In society, we are quick to celebrate major accomplishments and milestones, such as graduations and weddings. However, if we focus too much on that accomplishment or milestone, we will belittle the process of getting to that point. Even more, we will become frustrated when we are not seeing the results we had desired.