If you’re like me, you ate too much candy in October, too much pie in November and way too much fudge and cookies in December.
I totally gained weight over the past several weeks, and I’m probably not the only one. Am I?
Anyway, I’m happy it’s a new year, y’all. I didn’t put together a big recap on how 2013 was for me personally, but it was … interesting. It was good. And it was hard. Sort of like climbing up a really steep hill. Good because I made it. Hard because it was steep. Good because I have a new vantage point now. Hard because I see another huge hill I will need to climb not too far in the distance. Uphills aren’t all that bad – don’t get me wrong. Because when there’s an uphill, there’s always a downhill.
But the one thing about an uphill is that you have to be fueled and strong. Which leads me back to the new year. It’s time for me to focus on a few things to detox not only my body, but my home, and even my heart. I know I’m not the only one that gets really busy during the holiday season and lets things pile up. Wait. Am I the only one?
So, I have a few things planned for the month of January, and I would love for you to join in as we explore detoxing home, health, and heart.
This month, we’ll be discussing practical ways to detoxify:
- your home with natural, greener solutions and replace bad habits with new, healthy ones,
- your health with alternatives like essential oils and healthy, clean-eating recipes, and healthy weight-loss solutions,
- and of course, we’ll explore His Word and let Him do His work in our hearts, and ask Him to reveal Himself to us that we may know Him more deeply, and shine His glory more brightly this year.