Posts Tagged ‘being used by God’

WARNING! Now Exiting the Comfort Zone!

Hey there, I’m sorry it’s been awhile since I’ve reached out to you. If you’re following me on social media particularly my business page, you know how kooky life these days is.

As you may recall, I’ve ventured out to bring awareness to healthy eating since I became a vegan last year. Well, God is really nudging me toward success and I’d like to say I succeed most days, but sadly chocolate is still my nemesis. He continues to challenge me to get out of my comfort zone by trying new things, sharing my personal story and His plan for obtaining a healthy body and lifestyle.

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Can you hear me now?

My husband has said to me on multiple occasions, “For someone who doesn’t like change, you sure do change things a lot.” He’s right, I don’t like change. What I don’t like is huge, monumental changes like moving, changing jobs, death, illness, that kind of thing. I’m all about changing out my wardrobe. Like yeah, what woman doesn’t? I also like to paint, redecorate and move things around my house. Those are easy and refreshing changes that easily lift my spirits.

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Would you or rather, Wood you allow God?

Hey friend. Recently I was sent an interesting picture from my daughter, of a prayer wall she saw at a festival. It was made with planks of wood, nail posts and oversized merchandise tags to house the requests.

My mind went wild…probably more so than usual, as I’ve struggled to find a way to bring prayer into my business. My little clipboard just wasn’t cutting it and this, well, was an answer to prayer.imagejpeg_0 (2)

As a thrifter and under the cover of darkness kind of curbside picker, I wanted to find cheap wood. I envisioned pallets that had been in the sun so they had the weathered look I desired (We are still talking about the wood and not me, right?) I found some behind my husband’s work. So in broad daylight (because he has no shame), he threw them in the truck and I was off to a wonderful start.
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