Long story short, I introduced her to my local church, which then just gave me more of a reason to go my last few weeks in town. God must have really wanted me there that day because I heard one of the most outstanding quotes that just resonated with my heart so well...
For anyone that knows me, I am a control freak, a planner, a perfectionist and in charge, always. I'll come clean because I've been that way my whole life and for the most part, I appreciate this side of myself because it has made me strong and determined.
For anyone new here, I recently started a YouTube channel where I've been doing weekend vlogs, one in particular I talk about four tips for better morning productivity that I got from my devotional, the Confident Woman Devotional.
I had a completely different schedule of posts for the week, but in honor of this exciting new twist on life, I wanted to talk about something I've been putting off: my 2018 word of the year.
In other news, gratitude has been a main focus of mine this past month. It's appropriate in almost any situation and is a much better response than half of the things we say *hint my opening statement*.
They say it takes 21 days to form a habit. Three weeks ago today, I started my 7 day challenge from Winter Youth Summit and I'm here to share how I truly made this my own!
Ask yourself this question, can I dedicate one minute to God every single day? It sounds so silly... one whole minute. But over time, that one minute turns into five and turns into ten and slowly your walk will grow.
In a blink of an eye, everything I became accustom to over the past four years, were memories. Graduation throws you out into the world and says, it's time to be yourself. Whole-heartedly, confidently, you.