I’ve always looked forward to Sundays.  I treasure them as the traditional “day of rest”.   After church, I either a) go out to eat with my family, or b) come home for a lazy lunch and a nice long nap.  What’s not to love?

Where do you fit in your time of rest?  Your daily/weekly nourishment?  I’ve been reminded lately in more ways than one how important it is to slow down.  We’re all in a hurry, but as Alabama sang in their classic song, “all I really gotta do is live and die.”  Sometimes I have to remind myself to do just that… and trust God with the rest.  Maybe you do too <3.

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Inspiring this week:

  1. Tim Denning’s Slow Down: Life Is Not A Race – a read I especially recommend if you’re struggling with the above!
  2. This week I’ve been binge watching a YouTube channel I just discovered called Mind Over Munch.  Check it out if you’re interested in meal planning and/or real-world nutritional advice.
  3. 37 Simple Daily Behaviors That Will Immediately Free up Hours in Your Weekly Schedule from Thomas Oppong- You’re sure to find something here that can help you out!
  4. Life Lessons From 100-Year-Olds – Having watched this, I think the common denominator in these peoples’ lives is positivity.  They found good and happiness in everything they experienced, even things like war and the loss of children.
  5. Niklas Goeke’s The Perfect Schedule: A Simple Exercise In Life Design suggests a fun and enlightening exercise – what does your perfect day look like?

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