I am so excited to kick off our FRESH START series!! We will have three weeks of posts, a few from myself and many from so many wonderful people I admire!! Each week will have a different theme, mind, body and home, all to get you starting the year off right.
My intention with this series is to inspire and make room for the most important things in your life. Vivi turned three months today so we are clearly out of the just getting by phase. I’ve been trying to figure out how to make life happen with a little one. That means devoting lots of time to her!
We all have goals though, to get more organized, feel inspired, eat healthier, read more. BUT we also want a less complicated life! They seem to make the perfect oxymoron. The next three weeks will be filled with inspiration for all these things!
This quote from Jesus Calling on December 27 seemed to sum up my goals with this three week series.
“How much better is it to walk close to Me, depending on My strength and trusting Me in every situation. If you live in this way, you will do less but accomplish far more. Your unhurried pace of living will stand out in this rush-crazed age. Some people may deem you lazy, but many more will be blessed by your peacefulness. Walk in the Light with Me, and you will reflect Me to the watching world.”
It’s not about adding more to do our to do list, but freeing up our lives of things that simply aren’t as important for what is important. I hope each post inspires you in some small way to accomplish your goals or simplify things to make an unhurried life. Or I hope only one post of them all makes a difference to you. That’s fine too. I’m so excited to get started!!
Pretty calligraphy for our series logo by Phoebe Thomas Calligraphy!!
Love this. Can’t wait to see what this series has in store!!!
Thank you so much for sharing that excerpt from Jesus Calling. I really needed to hear that! I will be bookmarking that in my book later. I’m looking forward to this series!
Thanks Kyla!! So glad! Jesus Calling always seems to speak to me! The author has such a poetic way of putting things too! I’m always inspired! 😉