It’s a snowy day here in Colorado, but even if it feels like winter, the calendar says March. This week heralds the first day of spring.
Ever feel like you’re pushing through winter when you thought you’d be embracing a new beginning?
(Sorry this is posting late. That nasty stomach virus finally got me, and I’ve spent the last few days in bed! Hope you’re having a great week!)
Every day we face opportunities to embrace abundant good or to be held back by destructive forces. Today’s makeover explores the choices we face in how we are going to interact with these forces.
Today’s video explores how new thinking for the long run helps us reach our goals.
Monday Morning Makeovers explore shedding the proverbial weight–whether it’s the extra we lug on our bodies or the baggage of the soul. Today we ask the question: What does your heart treasure?
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When we engage in life’s battles, we need the right resources to move forward.
If you haven’t seen the first two videos in this series, view them first:
Open War I, Open War II
In the above video I talk about some specific resources. Click for more on
weight loss and financial support.
We need resources to engage in life’s battles
If you missed Open War I watch this video first!
No good general chooses battle without first taking stock of the situation and the resources he possesses. Open war is upon us. We need to engage. But this doesn’t mean jumping into every battle without wisdom.
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Monday Morning Makeover video ~ Open War II
Too often I allowed ground to be taken from me instead of advancing in life. The most visual area is in the area of weight gain. Pretending the pounds weren’t creeping on, ignoring the battle waged against my body, didn’t make it go away. Open war was upon me whether I risked engagement or not.
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Open war is upon you whether you would risk it or not (Aragorn, Lord of the Rings)
The secret to weight loss can be simple even when it isn’t easy.
Weight loss: simple but not easy