Jul 31, 2019
Cultivate Your Life Podcast Episode 023: When Your Plans Don’t Go as Planned
Have you ever made good plans—and your plans didn’t go as planned?
I know how you feel! It’s so frustrating.
In this new episode of the Cultivate Your Life podcast, I’m sharing a story about something that didn’t go the way I thought it would this year (something that may surprise you!). I’m giving you the 3 simple steps to move past frustration and disappointment—in your everyday life and the big picture.
In this episode:
— You’ll learn why I’m taking a break from the podcast for a few weeks!
— Hear how I moved through a different season in my life of loss and miscarriage
— You’ll learn the 3 steps to enjoy where you are—in daily life and the big picture—despite things not having gone the way you thought
— Get a surprising update on my 2019 goal: The Year of Sabbath
— Be encouraged to REST
— Learn how to keep your eyes and ears and heart open right where you are. You might notice magical things in unexpected places!
Interested in some of the things I mentioned throughout this episode? Here you go!
— Grab a copy of my book, Cultivate
— Download the free NEW Cultivated Homeschool Planner
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These are fantastic tips, thank you for sharing them!