It’s probably been six months since my last post. It felt like I was finally getting a routine and really enjoyed writing. Then we had a life change. Nothing too major, but it took a chunk of my time. And since has caused me to take a much deeper look into my priorities.
One would think perfectionism should be a good thing. But it’s not! Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise! Nothing is ever perfect. It can’t be. We live in a fallen world. Jesus is the only perfect one. So why do we (I️ mean I️) feel the need for things, everything, to be perfect?
Take this blog for instance, I have so many ideas and topics to share, but I have this feeling every post should be "perfect". That just is not going to happen at this point in life. So, I will write and post and go from there. I have always been a journal writer, ever since junior high I can remember having a journal. I have found notebooks of journal writing from college over the years and have written since then from time to time.
I do not consider myself a "writer" by any means, but I do find comfort and clarity from writing. For some reason I forget about it and do not make time for it. But I do know, when I am writing, it makes a difference in my thoughts and reality. Something about putting your thoughts out in the open, whether it is through writing or just visiting with a friend, can help with perspective.
I actually have no idea if any one has ever read this blog on a reoccurring basis (outside of a few close friends). As a people pleaser, it is difficult to not know if people like you and to make things perfect for everyone. While I have a desire to share experiences to hopefully help someone else in a similar situation, I cannot get myself wrapped up in how many people read it or attempting to making every post picture perfect. I will share my stories and interact with anyone that wants to and trudge on through this journey. And maybe it won't be six more months before I can make another post. :)
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Scripture/Quote of the Week:
For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love and self-discipline.
2 Timothy 1:7
Who Am I?
Hi! I am Pam. I am so glad you stopped by to take a look at my blog. I am a Christian, wife, stay at home PCOS mom and homeschool mom to three amazing kiddos and I'm all about all natural living and eating....realistically.
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