Note from Kat: Here is another wonderful post from my dear friend Michelle.
If you joined the challenge last month and worked through all the steps, Congratulations! I’m giving you a big round of applause!
Have you noticed an improvement in your days? What benefits to yourself and your family have you noticed? What did you learn this month?
Can I be perfectly honest?
I’m kind of mad at mornings. They’ve become unwelcome, interrupting my dreams and pulling me out of my cozy bed. I resent them right now.
I’ve been going too bed late. I have “good” excuses for burning my candle at both ends. Days-end leaves me wishing for more hours and “enough sleep” seems like a luxury I don’t deserve.
I’ve reached the end of my willpower. Okay, I reached it a while ago. My self-discipline is flabby. I’m whooped. I need help.
If you can relate, be encouraged!
He gives strength to the weary
and increases the power of the weak.
Even youths grow tired and weary,
and young men stumble and fall;
but those who hope in the LORD
will renew their strength.
They will soar on wings like eagles;
they will run and not grow weary,
they will walk and not be faint.
November is a new month!
Step 1: Get Out of Bed
The goal is simple. Everyday, when the alarm goes off, resist the urge to hit snooze and roll over. Let’s throw off those covers and say “Hello Morning!” together!
I’m going to emphasize an equally important step for most of you. GO TO BED!
1. Print the eBook.
2. Leave a comment letting us know you’re on board!
3. Read pages 1-6 & page 20 of the eBook.
4. Find an accountability partner.
5. Set your alarm.
6. Get out of Bed!
Don’t forget to follow along on Twitter for encouragement using #hellomornings. If you’re new to Twitter, follow Kat @inspired2action and myself @michellebygrace, and we’ll make sure you know some people there!
You can also join in the discussions in the Inspired to Action blogfrog community!
Michelle shares her story as a wife & mom in Amish country at So, I married a Mennoniteâ€¦. When she’s not tweeting her inner monologue, you can find her perfecting her cushion-fort building technique and choreographing living room performances.Leave a Comment