Hello friends and family. It’s a new month and what better thing to do than reflect on the last and talk about hopes for the current one.
June wasn’t a bad month; I just think it could have went better. As you all may or may not have noticed, I did not succeed at the Blogging Challenge. It was mostly me being too busy with work or other matters coming up. Near the end the challenge became more of chore for me than a delight. But that’s just me. If you don’t mind doing a month’s commitment of writing, it is definitely for you. The challenge had its perks at times, but I prefer writing and posting on my own time, which I intend to keep doing. Heads up for more blog posts.
I want to take this time to give praises to my God for 100 plus blog posts. Each week I’m always praying that He sends me an idea. And He never seems to let me down, even if I don’t get an idea whenever I want to. Maybe He gives me an idea when He feels like I’m ready for it. Curious, how do all of you come up with blog posts?
- Make good choices
- Do what makes me happy
- Write because I want to, not because I feel obligated
- Not care to much about what people say
- Read more books
- Continue searching and praying for jobs within my field of study.
- Continue going to God for more ideas for my blog
- Give more feedback to other bloggers
- Pray continuously
- Be more ambitious
- Invite someone to my church
Thank you for reading and God bless.
2 replies on “June Reflection & July Hope”
I hope a job comes your way within your field of study, it will when the time is right as long as you keep going for it. I agree that we should only write when we feel inspired to and not obligated to, it’s no fun and takes away from the passion. I have wanted to try a monthly challenge but feel that it would become a choir which I would rather not happen. I just get inspired, write down ideas, and create from them.
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Thank for you reading and commenting Lee. I read all of your work as much as I can as well as everyone else’s. Not easy.