Like almost everyone else, I had a list of goals I wanted to accomplish.
Here we are one month left in the year, and I’m wondering where has the time gone?
If you’re anything like me, it’s much easier to focus on what hasn’t been accomplished. What are the goals left undone? What were some of the things I’d do differently?
It was his third year at MIT and Andrew Houston was excited. He had eaten enough Hot Pockets and Ramen noodles to save up enough money for a trip to New York City. This was it. He had the whole weekend planned.
I hated every minute of training, but I said, “Don’t quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.” – Muhammad Ali
I saw this on Facebook this morning.
And I thought – Yes. This is me. The hating part. Not the “I’m going to be live a life as a champion” part. Continue reading
A day of worry is more exhausting than a week of work. ~ John Lubbock
I find this to be true every time.
Worry brings no profit to our souls. I’ve never felt better after worrying about something.
Almost every Sunday after church, there would be line out the door at the nearest Chipotle in Akron.
True confession: Sometimes I would take the kids out of children’s ministry early to beat the rush. Priorities, people.