There’s no doubt that summer is usually a time of refreshment. As the sun gets brighter and the days become longer, we all have an urge to slow down and relax.
Many set goals, but only a few people have set their mind to actually achieving them. At this point, they don’t have a goal, but a dream because they haven’t taking action.
There is nothing like growing up as a kid with a teacher as your parent. I remember sitting in last period, moments before summer vacation, anxiously counting down the last minutes of the day.
Have you ever made it to a point in your life where you’ve reached a personal plateau? After months and months of working hard in the gym, you’re finally starting to reach your fitness goals.
When you’re first starting out in business, it’s easy to fall into the trap of being busy but not purposeful when it comes to growing a business. Most people spend months even years tweaking their brand or website or focusing all their efforts on blogging or growing their social media accounts before they realize what’s most important when growing a business.
From the time we are young, we’re taught that education is the only way to have a thriving life. As we leave high school we’re handed a catalog of careers to choose from in hopes that they will lead to promising careers and plump paychecks.
Have you ever wondered about how you could go about designing a fulfilling and purpose-driven life? There’s so much out there about living on purpose, but what does that really mean and more importantly, how can we actually go about doing it?
Are you at the point where you feel like you’ve hit a wall in your relationship with Christ? Every now and then, we all have those seasons where we feel stuck and stagnant. We’re not going back but we’re stalled, craving a more meaningful and deeper connection with Him.
Before last year, I never knew how important my thoughts were to my success. No, I’m not talking about worldly success, but success in my mental and spiritual health. If you follow Fearfully Fashioned on Twitter, I tweeted that our thoughts are vital to our quality of life, and it’s true.
For most of us, January is a month of planning or testing. Some of us are just getting around to setting our yearly goals, while the rest of us are finalizing and testing them out. Either way, it’s an opportunity for us to start fresh, pursuing the things that matter to us most.