In this unique season of family , we have the opportunity to be intentional about our self-care, our relationships, and even taking care of the home we live in.
Here are your day 21 opportunities:
Proverbs 18:4. With all this togetherness, we need to remember the power of our words.
Give yourself grace today. You can’t do things perfectly because perfect doesn’t happen on this side of heaven. Give yourself grace today when you feel you fall short.
Ask your spouse: What’s going on inside of you right now?
Everyone outside for 15 minutes minimum each day.
Kids: Hopscotch is a great activity for kids. Outside you can use chalk and inside you can use painters tape. To make it harder, use a bean bag to toss onto the hopscotch board to indicate which square you need to not step on!
Teens: Have your teen go through all the papers in their room. Tell them to categorize any papers that need to be kept and then to create a file for each category. Encourage them to set up a file system that works for them (this is the beginning of learning how to do that as an adult someday!).
High knees today. This is like marching with high knees or to make it more challenging, it’s like running in place with high knees.
Send your nieces and nephews a text today or, if you’d like, drop a note of encouragement in the mail to them. If they are young, do a video call with them.
Choose one more kitchen cabinet to clean out and reorganize today.
Time to go through winter hats, gloves, and scarves. You’re probably done using them this year so get them cleaned out and organized.
You’ve got a unique opportunity today! Use it well!
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