Thursday, January 1, 2015

Your New Year Survival Kit

Happy New Year!  2015 is full of surprises and doors to be opened. Today welcomes a clean slate.

But for some turning the page to a new year can foster some hesitation.

Have no fear!  I have put together a daily survival kit just for you!  A kit to help you live each day to the fullest.  Let's exam each of the kit's contents. 

Toothpick ... to remind you to pick the good qualities in everyone, including yourself.

Rubber band ... to remind you to be flexible. Things might not always go the way you want, but it can be worked out.

Band-Aid ... to remind you to heal hurt feelings, either yours or someone else's.

Eraser ... to remind you everyone makes mistakes. That's okay, we learn by our errors.

Candy Kiss ... to remind you everyone needs a hug or a compliment everyday.

Mint ... to remind you that you are worth a mint to your family & God.

Bubble Gum ... to remind you to stick with it and you can accomplish anything.

Pencil ... to remind you to list your blessings every day.

Tea Bag ... to remind you to take time to relax daily and go over that list of blessings.  This is what makes life worth living every minute, every day.

Wasn't that fun?  I hope it put a smile on your face.  If you want to, place these nine trinkets in a bag to share with a friend because who doesn't need a survival kit. Right?

And while you're at it, why not tell you friend about this blog because God has big things in store for us this coming year.  I can't wait to start sharing.   

One more thing...I am now going to be posting on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Don't worry.  I will explain why next week!

Want to start this year off right?  Be sure to read our free ebook - A Quiet Time, Worth the Time.

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1 comment :

  1. This is so awesome Heidi! I take this (if you don't mind!) and make New Year's bags for all the moms in my mom's group. I think it will be so fun and encouraging for them!


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