3 Things that are changing my life.


Worship Music

A wonderful and insightful friend introduced me to some amazing new songs that I added to my playlist. For two weeks since: any chance I get, I soak in the goodness of lyrics that point me to Jesus ( the one who saved me from sin and who carries me in my weakness). My schedule has become increasingly demanding and I find that I need solace from the frenzy. When I listen to worship music I forget myself and remember Christ who is my source.

Gratitude Jar

My gratitude jar is a large jar I fill with pieces of colourful. I take a post it or a clourful square of paper and write the good things that have happened on a single day and then chuck it in the jar. After a while I’ll have built up a fair amount of these notes, which I will read and reflect on. They are a way to celebrate how blessed I am and remind me that I have much to be thankful for.


Over the past few months I’ve met some incredible people, who have helped me grow, challenging me to live beyond present circumstance. Existing in a place of love, submission, companionship and laughter is just so good for my soul. I’ve become bolder, and begun to do things that I used to be afraid to do. I’ve slowly begun to cross off goals that I had set ages ago. With friendships, I have been accountable to others for how I live my life and this is helping me to flourish!


Face To Face – Saying No To Distractions

I took a look at the sky and hesitated, it seemed overcast and I was worried that the weather was going to cool right down. The minute I sat down however, suddenly the sun’s rays grabbed a hold of me.  The temperature rose to what I can only describe as slightly less than scorching (drat, I was definitely going to be darker by the time I went inside).But I sat there for a while, enjoying the tingly fingers of warmth that embraced my limbs. Even though I was a little bit wary that if I basked in the corner of the garden for too long the ants would start to pinch I remained in my spot trying to relax and de-clutter my mind.

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