If you’re like me, you have this long list of things you’ve always really wanted to do but just never seemed to be able to.
Some things may be lofty aspirations you came up with before you knew better.
If I just HAD to come up with a few examples, maybe something like: own every Nintendo game ever made (Yes, I’m THAT old.), play soccer on the US Women’s National Team, or be the onstage star of a musical production (I’m not even the star when I’m alone in my car.)
But other things just SEEM unreachable but really are right within your grasp.
Are you ready to make time where this is none?
This post is the 3rd part of a series I did for my great friend at the DoAhead Woman! The original post can be found at her blog HERE.
I hope this series has been beneficial for you and motivated you to put some things in perspective and prioritize! If so, please comment below and let me know the changes you’ve decided to make.
Are you ready to learn how to make time when there is none?
This month’s Gear Review is going to be about something just a little bit different than our typical topics.
I’ve told you about some of my favorite gear in the past – like my Garmin Vivoactive, the best protein powder, and the Nutri-Ninja Pro. But this month I’m going to share a completely different type of gear.
Here at adrianjessen.com and FIT for Service, I’m not just concerned about your physical health and strength, but I also want to help you become the spiritual powerhouse God intended for your to become.
That’s why this month I want to share an awesome Bible study I’ve been doing with a good friend of mine – (more…)
Yesterday while my husband and I were walking, an adorable “hybrid” puppy decided to follow us home. I have no idea what he was a mix of, but he was a cute, stocky, muscle-bound little thing. And, he immediately decided his job was to protect us from whatever hazards may come our way.
He was in full “body guard” mode for sure.
His protective demeanor was all well and good until we got back to our house where our cat rules the roost, if you will. (more…)
How’s the race you’re running going?
“Do you not know that in a race all runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize.” – 1 Corinthians 9:24
I guess the better first question to ask is – WHAT is your race? What are your goals? What is it that you’re striving for?
Do you want to lose 20 pounds? Be debt free? Have a better relationship with your spouse? Spend more time with your kids?
So now I’ll ask again – How’s the race you’re running going?