I’ve been feeling overwhelmed and underappreciated lately (as evidenced by a previous post). And don’t forget to throw a bit of discouragement into the mix. I don’t think this is an accurate feeling, though. If I take a step back and look objectively at my life, there is absolutely no reason for me to feel those things. And yet I do. So what is going on?
I’ve got to get out of this funk. Here is a list of good things in my life: Less than three months of work left. Grad school starting soon. Maybe a puppy in my future. Church is going great. Friends are pretty awesome. I’m eating healthier, living healthier and losing weight.
Here is a list of things I want to have in my life: A climbing partner. A Bible Study with folks my age and level. Daily time with God. (And at least two of those things are things I can have with a little effort.)
A reposting of my resolutions from this year:
I resolve to be real about my faith. To spend intentional time with God.
I resolve to be confident in who God made me to be.
I resolve to not make foolish resolutions throughout the year, but to be careful with my decisions.
I resolve to do more of the things I think about doing (such as writing, my sewing projects, finding a climbing partner, etc).
Surely this is possible.