Hi ladies!! Today, I’m embarking on a simplicity and minimalism challenge. I’ve been considering this for some time now. After feeling bogged down by life’s schedules, distractions, things, and more, I’ve decided that it is now or never!
I’ve been inspired by a few amazing vloggers and bloggers, who have spoken my same language and opened by eyes to the joys of a more simple, organic living.
Though these influencers have stirred my curiosity of the “Minimalistic” style of living, we are all different and we each must find what works for us, as we’re all created with an original DNA twist.
If you too have considered simplifying and living a more authentic lifestyle, you’re in the right place.
I originally started this blog with the idea of sharing my journey in understanding the Grace of God, His “unmerited” Favor, and more importantly HIS unconditional Love. ❤️🔥
And yes, God’s Grace is my main message and purpose for sharing on this platform.
But as I continue to explore the topic of minimalism and living more authentically, God’s still small voice seems to guide me towards writing in this direction too.
Interesting…I’ve realized that I’ve always enjoyed the simple things in life and the naturalist lifestyle, but I seemed to have gotten preoccupied by the continues bombardment of busyness and distractions we all face these days.
So, my challenge to myself and you is, let’s begin by being sensitive to the voice of the Spirit of God as He reveals, what needs out and what needs in.
Let’s try to take it easy with our use of technology, social media, etc. and plug-in to our spirits and let God speak what needs to simplify,
declutter, minimize, and that includes ourselves. 😉
Let’s us use my favorite YouTube vlogger Sugar Momma’s philosophy on minimalism, which is…only keep what you LOVE, VALUE, USE, AND
Have an amazing rest of the week beautiful ladies. I can’t wait to continue to share my journey with God’s Grace and embracing a more authentic and simpler lifestyle with you all.
Until next week…
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