Happy Tuesday, friends! I hope your week is off to a great start. I’ll be honest, my week is shaping up to be a bit challenging:
- First, this time change makes me uber cranky. I’m already not a morning person. Why are they adding insult to injury? I mean, whoever decided we needed to move the clock forward anyway?
- Secondly, I have one kid out for Spring Break this week… and my other child will have their Spring Break in a few weeks. You know what it’s like to entertain just one child, right? Can you say “high maintenance?“
- Lastly, my laundry is overflowing. I knew it was a problem when my son advised me he had just turned his underwear inside out this morning. Seriously. I need to focus.
I’m talking about how we’re called to encourage each other… a concept that comes easy for some and is an afterthought for others. It’s no secret that we all need to have our “cheerleaders” who just support us and love us.
But you know what? We need to be intentional about being that voice of confidence for others, too. Especially our kids.
You see, a word of encouragement can be the difference between finishing it in style and collapsing along the way.
I hope you visit me at CWAHM! You can leave a comment on their site, or jump back here and share your thoughts. Either way, I’ll respond to you!
Let’s encourage others. Let others encourage you, too. We’re all in this together!