My sister, Dalayna, and I recently moved into a new house. We love it. Admittedly, setting up house can be a little bit of a challenge. There's always something that you need or forgot to register for. Slowly but surely the house is coming together.
Here's a first look at my bedroom and also a few resources for you to add key elements to your home.
By the way, Target has a promo code for home purchases. Get 10% off select home items with promo code JUNEHOME.
The truth? There's nothing you can do when your dog eats your charger except purchase a new one.
I know. I know. That's not the answer you wanted to read. You wanted to read a way or ways that you could save yourself from a $75 electronics bill on your credit card, but the reality is that's just about the only thing you can do. I mean, I suppose you could try to use electronic tape and try to secure the two pieces together, but let's be real. Is that really a possibility? Probably not.
But, even though it may seem like it at the time, that chewed up cord will only define your day if you let it. It's an inconvenience to be sure. It's a burden on the wallet. (How is it possible that one small little cord can cost $75?) But the end of the world? Far from it.
The quickest way to turn your grey clouds blue is to start thinking of others and doing everything you can to encourage them. It's funny how that small $75 cord matters less and less when you put others first.
These are just a few ideas for you. I've joined up with DaySpring to do 21 Days of Encouragement. So far it's going pretty good. Several days I've found myself come to the end of the day and really not have done much. I feel guilty and quickly do something to be an encouragement to someone. The idea of this challenge is not to encourage guilt. It's to help us think. This challenge is encouraging me to think a little bit less about myself and a little bit more about someone else.
I have a friend, Alisha, who has been doing to challenge with me. She's an Encourager Rock Star! She sent me a text telling me she decided to write a note to her pediatrician who she was seeing that day. I asked her after the appointment how it went. Her doctor had tears in her eyes! That's what it's all about! Not the making someone else cry, but the making someone else see how important they are.
If you haven't already, join us on this challenge. Let me know in the comments if you're going to be partnering up too. Tag your social media posts with #liveyourfaith, #DaySpring, and #2Thes511. Find out more about 21 Days of Encouragement here.
Use your influence to brighten someone else's day. You'll forget all about that charger.
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