Become Who You Were Meant To Be

Never Too Late To Be Who You Might Have BeenSometimes it seems like time is standing still, other times I feel like I’m going through the motions of this thing called life. I even have the occasional day where I’d like to sleep for a month and hope that when I wake up covid will be over – or at least the restrictions here in Ontario, Canada. But things haven’t changed a whole lot in almost two years and without faith I don’t think I would have made it to this point. I wake up most mornings on the wrong side of the bed, but some time spent first thing with my Bible, prayer,  and a bit of singing and my outlook improves.

One of the things I’ve been doing these days to stay creative and busy is to learn to create Printables in Powerpoint for my SuperGramma community (my sister website at God is the ultimate creator and it seems that when we create, we experience joy. At least, that’s been my experience and I’ve been having a lot of fun with it.

What can you learn or attempt as we look to the beginning of 2022? Will it be something totally new and different like I am, or will you experience a higher level of expertise in what you’ve been working on up to now? Like the image above says “it’s never too late.” We may not be able to change the past, but we can always have a new beginning. I’d love to hear what you’ve decided to aim for.

Have a wonderful rest of the day,

P.S. Did you notice the new Resource Library on the site?  My free reports are now easy to find and download and I plan to add more on a regular basis.

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