Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Currently: January

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Okay, who can believe that we have made it to January 2015? Man, thinking about the fact that I still remember Y2K makes me feel old. I trust you and yours enjoyed a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year. My holidays were full of much joy, relaxation, and gratitude.

I'm excited to link up again with Jenna of Dearest Love and Anne of In Residence for another Currently post. Here's what's happening in my neck of the woods:

Planning: Right now I am planning on how to use my PowerSheets to the best of their capability. I really want this year to be one where I come in to the best version of my self. 
Hoping: There are oh so many things that I am hoping for, but I am mostly hoping that this year I make my time matter and enjoy what the Lord has given to me, which is so very much.  
Baking: I haven't baked in a while, but I had some delicious salted nutella chocolate chip cookies over break. My mouth is still rejoicing at the ecstasy it experienced.  
Wearing: It has been so cold here lately, so I've been bundling up in some new sweaters that I got for Christmas.
Resolving: I'm my own worst critic, so I'm resolving to hold myself to a standard of grace, not perfection. There's so much more peace with a gracious state of mind. 

8 comments:

  1. I'm using my Powersheets too! :) I want to make this year different from all the other years. And salted nutella chocolate chip cookies?? To die for.

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    1. This is my first time using PowerSheets, and I already love them just for the vision they give me!

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  2. Goodness, those cookies sound good! Wearing lots of new sweaters around here too :) Thanks for linking up!

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  3. The PowerSheets look fantastic! Never heard of that before. And yes.. I have the same issue with being a critic of myself. One small step I am trying to start doing is accepting compliments instead of making excuses why its no big deal for what I'm being complimented on. I think that might help me reflect on positives about myself instead of beating myself up over every little thing.

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    1. That is such a good "small" step. I know that I often shy away from taking compliments and it is really a form of false modesty.

      The PowerSheets are incredible! I recommend them to anyone who wants to get serious about making and achieving goals.

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  4. Those cookies sound so amazing. I love nutella!
    I'm praying that you have a wonderful, blessed year, friend! Thanks for linking up.

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    1. Thank you so much for hosting! And yes, I haven't made the cookies, but I did have the privilege of eating them...to die for.

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