I am relaunching my blog and rededicating myself to it for the New Year.
While I have used Facebook for my writing, I haven’t been posting on my blog. Honestly, posting what I want to share on Facebook is easier. While I will still use Facebook and Instagram to share my life, offer encouragement, and try to provide hope, I also want to write on a platform I own.
My website belongs to me. Therefore, I have more control. And it is a way for others to read my writing without using social media. So for all those who want to spend less time on social media, I’ve got you.
I will post a blog on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday by 12:00 p.m.
Blog posts will be longer and more in-depth on the topics I want to discuss.
I have grown in the last few years and have learned so many new things that I know will benefit you all. I want to share it with you.
Here’s what you can expect from my blog.
My journey with the Lord
I love to talk about the Lord and how He helps me. I will share scriptures that I love and support me. Not in a judging way, but in a loving, we’re friends kind of way. Reading God’s word gives me hope, and I want to share that with you.
Thoughts = feeling = actions
Learning about thoughts and feelings has helped me greatly in my life. Changing my thinking about my scars changed my life. Now I continuously question my beliefs and search for better ideas and perspectives. I have formulas and specific questions I use in moments of pain. I’d love to break it all down and show you how I changed my thought process.
Food and exercise as medicine
When God showed me how to heal my body with food and exercise, I knew in my heart that I had to share the knowledge with whoever would listen. Therefore, when I share my workouts, supplements, exercise tips, or food, I feel great and want you to feel great as well.
Living with Amniotic Band Syndrome
I want to share my thoughts, feelings, and perspectives on living with Amniotic Band Syndrome. Sometimes I write about what it’s like to be different. As a little girl crying in the bathroom stall, I begged God to send someone to help me. Now I want to be that person for others.
My word for 2023 is OVERCOMER.
I prayed about my word of the year, and overcomer kept coming up for me. I knew that was my word, whether I wanted it to be or not. But I knew in choosing it that I would have problems to overcome. Let’s just say I had some significant anxiety and resistance, but I want to share my journey with you on overcoming challenging things.
The truth is that I don’t want to have problems. I want to live safely tucked in my comfort zone forever. I would love to sit on the porch with a blanket tucked around me, a wonderful cup of coffee, a fantastic book, and a fire in the fireplace. I could read all day long. But I can’t help others in that state.
So I know that I have to leave my comfort and seek discomfort. Jesus didn’t seek comfort. He sought the Lord. If I want to be the person God created me to be, I must strive to be more like my God and follow the example Jesus set for me.
Therefore, I can’t stay in my comfort zone.
This year I am committed to my goals. I am committed to being uncomfortable and doing hard things. I am committed to helping as many people as God will bless me to help.
My soul needs to make progress in my life and follow the Lord. I hope you will join me on this journey. Let’s give God some things to bless in 2023.
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