Momentous Living: Life in Full Gear
What do alarm clocks, rugby and Facebook have in common? They are all opportunities to be intentional. We can wake up in the morning ready to start the day, we can give our all to win a game, or we can reach out to our friends to keep relationships alive. Being intentional has everything to do with the choices we make, and knowing that nothing can get in our way.
Do you need a jump-start in intentional living, striving for success or nurturing friendships? Check out the tips, suggestions and inspirational stories in the articles below.
Just Do It!
Imagine what life would be like if we sprang to action each time we heard our conscience call. We would take that opportunity to meet someone new, enroll in that course, or be the first to take on that project at work while everyone else is reluctant.
How would your life change if you went through each moment following your conscience? Could you adopt the “just do it” attitude, knowing God is behind every call to action?
Try these habits for daily intentionality!
How to Be the Game-Changer
As new foliage begins to sprout from nowhere and the skies start to yield more sun, spring feels like an opportunity to start again. It’s never too late to turn the game around. No matter how many times we fail, we can rally again—and that’s how we eventually win.
Try these tips to step up your game wherever you go.
Re-Friending Tips for Relationships Gone Rusty
If we live in a cold region, chances are we spent much of winter in “hibernation,” secluded from others. Spring is an opportunity to reunite with people we haven’t seen in a while, and to rekindle old friendships!
You never know how someone can change your life until you let them. Anybody can become an important part of our lives, even if we haven’t spoken to them in a while. Then aren’t all good relationships worth keeping and investing in, especially those that help us become a better version of ourselves?
Do you have a friendship you want to rekindle, but don’t know where to start? Here are some re-friending tips to help you begin.
(While you’re at it, take the DP Life weekly spring challenge. This is the last one, so make it count! Make a list of three people who are close to you, and three who you’d like to reconnect to. Then, reach out to each one with a small, but significant, intentional act of love. Take a selfie with one of these friends and post it on Facebook or Twitter with the hashtag #dplifeyourtribe.)