Hello Gracefully Reader!!!
I know.. it's been a WHILE since I posted anything on the blog! Mainly, because I hit a writer's block ( I basically didn't know what I was going to write about). That was until... I realized what season we are entering in
We are officially entering FALL!! (favorite season ever, at least for me). As everyone is preparing for the colder weather, and figuring out how Thanksgiving and Christmas is going to look this year. I have been thinking a lot about how harvest is literally the time of reaping, a time of reflection and a time of bearing fruit!
If you have been seeing my posts on my other Instagram account (@gracefully_spoken) I have been preparing for a blog series called Your Best Version. This topic came to me after reflecting over this year. Specifically, how people in a world of uncertainty, pain and loss are striving for better.
Check this out...
According to an article published on Oberlo.com, In 2020, the number of small businesses in the US reached 31.7 million, making up nearly all (99.9 percent) US businesses. You can also read the full article here.
(That's huge!! And this aren't BIG businesses either. Personally, I think more people are willing to support smaller businesses'.)
A part of becoming your best is realizing when it's time to let go of the places, people and things that no longer equip you for better
I want to ask you: What is your definition of Your Best Version?
What are you willing to change in order to get to that version. We all have a specific goal in mind of where we want to be in life and it may be to become financially stable, start a business, get married, live you life to the fullest!
Your best version is there waiting for you. It begins with deciding to take the steps to get there..
I pray that God will lead you during this journey to becoming your best version.
Begin asking God where He is leading you this season and what steps to take starting today!
I want to leave you with Proverbs 16:9 which states:
" We can make our plans, but the LORD determines our steps" (New Living Translation)
Until next time,