May Goals

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this will never not be funny.

 

I’m super excited to set some goals this month. A couple weeks ago after seeing and scrolling past picture after picture of Lara Casey’s power sheets, I decided to take the plunge…again.

I got the power sheets years ago, but they didn’t really work for me. I had a hard time using them, so I figured that was that.

Wrong.

I am so happy I gave them another chance because it’s helped me immensely with getting back on track. I’m sure there’s a blog coming on the whole power sheets process, but for now.

Here’s my May goals.

+Get the new Megan Elizabeth Photography up and running
Can’t. Explain. How. Excited. I am for this! Also can’t give away any details.

+Find a daily routine with Jesus
As mentioned previously, Em’s back to actually sleeping (PRAISE GOD) so I’m trying to figure out what time of day works best to get with God. Before she gets up? Ya’ll I’m such a sleeper. It’s a work in progress.

+Write out a cleaning schedule
Figuring out what days to vacuum, or what days to do laundry would be helpful. Right now it’s kind of a “that looks super messy, I should clean it” thing.

+Plan a family vacation
This one REALLY fires me up. Also have no idea on where to go. We live in Orlando, the hub of all vacations. But we’re thinking something different. And yes, we’re away she’s only 1 and a half and won’t remember it, but we will! Any suggestions are super welcome!

+Get back to meal planning and eating out less
I do not even want to know what our Uber Eats bill has been these last two months. Nope.

+Give social media free weekends a try
Hi, my name is Megan and I’m on my phone too much.
Baby steps here. But something has to change.

What are your May goals?

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God is good all the time

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The last two months have been nothing short of super crappy. You know those seasons of life, whether their long or short, that just make you feel like the life vest you bought doesn’t work. Or that parachute is a knapsack (10 points to who ever names this quote)?

That’s been my last two months.

We went through the whole ear infection, insomnia debacle. Then moved to allergies and a “maybe she has asthma” diagnosis. And ended with a little bit of heart break.

I’m not super ready to share all those details yet, if I ever do. But ya’ll. This isn’t just me complaining. But the last couple of months have been really hard.

And I have no idea how I would have gotten through any of it, if it wasn’t for the grace and mercy of Jesus.

So for that reason, I’m here to tell you this:

Heartbreak, loss, disappointment and every other crap emotion is going to happen. There’s no way around it.

But in Jesus. There’s this beautiful thing called hope. He promises to never leave us. He promises that after the rain, there’s going to be a big beautiful rainbow. His arms are never not wrapped around us when we call out to Him. Ever.

Maybe you’re like me and you just need a little reminder that God is good all the time. 

Through it all. He is good. 

I don’t know where this finds you today, but on top of the love God has for you, also know that you aren’t alone. In whatever it is you might be going through.
And listen, if life is amazing for you right now. Celebrate that. Give God all the glory.

Here’s to thanking and praising Him no matter the season we’re in.

 

 

 

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