We want to accomplish our best in work, love, and play. But when we pursue productivity simply to be productive, we’ve missed the purpose of it! That’s why productivity should be coupled with grace in order to be effective for Christ.
Stress: We all deal with it. I’m frequently asked for the resources I’ve used in my own journey out of anxiety, so here’s a round up of some books and posts to help you handle stress with faith and grace.
Last week on Uniquely Woman, Lisa and I discussed how college benefited our lives as mamas. This naturally transitions into how to work from home as a mama. Lisa and I both do different types of work from our homes so we can be home with our child(ren). These principles don’t just apply to paid jobs; you can use the same methods to pursue a side hustle, volunteer, or serve in ministry.
It might surprise you to learn that your morning routine actually begins the night before. The key to a great day lies in those first few hours after you wake up, so morning routines are my jam – I love a good jumpstart on productivity! But I find that a good morning routine goes awry if you don’t have a system in place for the previous night. Enter: The evening routine!