Where do I start? Well I sat down to put do some of the little things that needed doing like paying some bills, filing papers and printing information that I wanted to keep. As well as this I cleared the emails. And thats where this post came to my attention. As usual I don't hear from God in just one place. I have been following the Inspired to Action blog and read constantly about their Hello Mornings challenge. I also read this post at To Overflowing. Along with the message that I heard on Joyce Meyers Enjoying Everyday Life today about using your talents I was certainly challenged. She talked about how we should use what we have been given not just do the required amount.
The habit I am wanting to develop is having better mornings. Around
here mornings are crazy. I'm definitely more of a night owl.Getting 4 boys up feed and organised for their
day is always a feat. I am seeing some of the same traits starting with my boys. Late nights and sleeping in is not the best way to have a good day.
I have things that I do to feel sorted. As well as getting boys dressed, breakfast and making lunches, they include making beds, putting on the washing and dishes off the bench. If I stay in bed just 15-30 mins later it means the house looks like this when I go out and I have to do it when I get back.
So instead of writing my next installment of the enough seminar I have taken a step towards deliberately making some new habits that I have been wanting to make. I have printed out a 100 days calendar to start a focus on creating new habits. The first is something creative, the second something personal and the last something healthy.
1 Spend 15 mins at my creative space.
2 Start my day right getting up and having time in study and prayer.
3 End my day right to get enough sleep
Joining in with