My first weekend recap not only of 2018, but since before Christmas. It seems that we haven’t had a Monday where we weren’t celebrating a Holiday! This will be a long week for some, as it’s the first full week back to work. I hope that you are all able to stay focused, inspired, and motivated.
For me, prior to about 4 months ago, I felt my work becoming so mundane. Same routine, day in and day out. Not too mention, that my job was high stress and I felt it as my body began to tell the signs. The pressure took it’s toll on me in many different ways. My body began to show a person who was tired and stressed out. Which, doesn’t sound flattering, and it wasn’t. In order to tackle my day I needed to keep myself surrounded my positive things. Starting my day with prayer in the morning, asking God for strength and wisdom, I had motivational quotes sitting on my desk, coming home to someone who loved and supported me, and surrounding myself with friends who were willing to pray for me. Life isn’t easy, it was never meant to be, but I know there are many of you who are in the same heavy shoes I once had to walk in. So, today is all about sharing MOTIVATION on my weekend recap. It’s something I have been thinking about all weekend as we head into the Holiday free streak, and work is back to normal.
Here are some motivation Bible versus:
Psalm 46:5 – God is within her, she will not fall; God will help her at break of day.
Philippians 4:13 – I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.
Isiah 58:11 – The Lord will guide you continually, And satisfy your soul in drought, And strengthen your bones; You shall be like a watered garden, And like a spring of water, whose waters do not fail.
Here are some motivational quotes:
This past Saturday, besides taking additional time to work, I took my mom, sisters, and brothers out to lunch at one of my favorite spots in Hyde Park, Bartaco! We all enjoyed some delicious tacos, and then we went down to the beautiful Riverwalk, Tampa. The best time to be on Riverwalk is now, the weather is gorgeous! On Sunday, I spent the morning with my Dad celebrating his birthday and then having the family back together for dinner that night! Family is very important to me, I treasure every moment with them. So, having a weekend full of family time was just what I needed.
Things I’m Loving:
It’s about time to refresh my “everyday bag”. You know, the one that gets left in your car, the one that holds all your lost socks and booby pins. Yes, that one. I love this one for UNDER $50 and also comes with a little wristlet!