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31 Days of Connecting

A couple of weeks ago, Kate Motaung invited us Five Minute Friday-ers to The Nester‘s 31 Days Writer’s Challenge. Kate’s challenge within the challenge was to write something every day for 31 days, but to keep it within 5 minutes.

I decided to go for it. My list of posts are below. They are subject to change, but I will link them up here every day. My first post is here: Why are Relationships so Hard?

Thank you for joining me! I look forward to hearing how #Connecting works for you. Please subscribe to receive each post every day!!

Update: As I’ve been writing, I have felt called to be more personal, more authentic, and much more vulnerable this month. So, beginning on Day 7 I began to tell part of my story. I hope that through it you begin to connect more with God, yourself, and others. Oh, and sometimes I took longer than 5 minutes. But it’s that important. God bless you.

Leah
31 days big

Connecting with God:

Day 1: Why are relationships so hard?

Day 2: You did not kill Jesus

Day 3: God doesn’t use sticker charts

Day 4: Meeting God in the Nothings…

Day 5: Receiving from God when I’m so so tired

Day 6: An Apology to My Readers

Day 7: I Was Dishonest with God

Day 8: For the First Time, I acknowledged my loss

Day 9: “Praying our Goodbyes” – Words of Wisdom from Joyce Rupp

Days 10 & 11: And Then I Was Angry

Day 12: Sabbath

Day 13: I Will Not Tell A Lie 

Day 14: “Praying Our Goodbyes”

Day 15: Leah: A Ragamuffin 

Day 16: That Time God Showed Me I had Him All Wrong (Continuation of My Story) 

Day 17: When You’re Connected You Can See Love in Action  

Day 18: The God of the Universe Cares for You… Will You Let Him?

Day 19: Sabbath

Day 20: How God Cared for Me

Day 21: I worked on my book!

Day 22: Why I am Grateful for My Friends

Day 23: Personal Care Day

Day 24: Know Thyself: It will change the way you connect with others 

Day 25: Temporary Forever, by Shawna Ervin

Day 26: Sabbath

Day 27: What our friends need most from us…

Day 28: Why Sympathy Spurs Shame but Empathy Empowers

Day 29: What My Two Year Old (And I) Needed Most

what I had planned on writing about and still might someday…

Connecting with Self:

Day 11: You are Not Who You Think You Are

Day 12: Who You Really Are

Day 13: Seeking Healing

Day 14: Forgive yourself

Day 15: Saying No in order to Say Yes

Day 16: Pursue Your Dreams

Day 17: Receiving Love

Day 18: Sign Off. I mean it.

Day 19: Self-Care is Soul-Care

Day 20: Can you keep a secret?

Connecting with others:

Day 21: Being honest

Day 22: Seeing through the eyes of love

Day 23: Being vulnerable

Day 24: Learning empathy

Day 25: I don’t want to say I’m sorry

Day 26: Date Night

Day 27: Ice Cream Days

Day 28: Girls’ Night

Day 29: Praying Together

Day 30: Submit to One Another

Day 31: Living a connected life

25 thoughts on “31 Days of Connecting

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