Tag: Accountability

Manna: What is it?

Today at church, the pastor was speaking on generosity and brought up the story of the Israelites in the desert, wandering for 40 years. Specifically he brought up the section on manna. When he was talking about it, he told us the definition of manna, “What is it?” This made me think of the whole story; how the manna would… Read more →

New Trackers on the Site!

I just launched some trackers to keep myself accountable to my readers for how I’m progressing with my writing. You can find them here under the book/project they are for. Hopefully I’ll want to see the meters go up faster, and write more fervently. That or it will make my anxiety go into overdrive and I’ll never be done with… Read more →

Relying on I

Something I was really hit with on Sunday is my reliance on I. In pre-marital counseling, we were taught to use I statements. This is so you don’t blame your feelings on someone else, and also to help the conversation be productive instead of name calling. This is the hardest thing ever when you are in the middle of a… Read more →

The Power of Accountability

I procrastinate. Even things I like, it can take me forever to do. Sometimes that should read, “Especially things I like…” I don’t know why, I don’t know what magical part of my brain is broken that makes me act this way, but it is. It says something along the lines of, “Don’t do (whatever it is), that will make… Read more →