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Making the Most of Monday: A busy week ahead? Don't fall apart.

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If you are new to the magazine, Making the Most of Monday is a regular part of our features. Mondays  signify one important thing, a fresh start. It's like a new years resolution at the start of every week.

Hopefully by Monday you've taken some off time during the weekend to rejuvenate, spend quality time with loved ones and friends, which makes Monday your chance to really get to work and make the most of your week.

 

 

 

 

 

Do you feel overwhelmed on Mondays? Do you feel the weight of your week beginning to pull you down before you even have a chance to get started? I'm challenging you like I often do here at Vintage Indie, to Make the the Most of your Monday AND your week. You already know that Monday is the start and more often then not if Monday goes well, the rest of your week has a leg to stand on.

One of my favorite things to do in the mornings to start my week is to listen to husband and wife ministers, Charles & Hillary Price of Living Truth. This is one of the ways I recharge and refuel.  You can listen to past Sunday's services on their Podcast and also find older archives on YouTube. Doing the dishes, folding laundry and cleaning seems a lot less mundane and fulfilling when you're recharging you heart. If you're struggling in any part of your life, I encourage you to listen to Hilary's message from Nazareth March 29, 2009. Although, I encourage you to listen to any one of the topics and fill your cup.

 

On my bookshelf this week;

31 Days to Clean - Having a Martha House the Mary Way. ( I'm not very far into this book so I do not know the scripture references, versions or details)

The Handbook of Vintage Remedies (review coming soon)

Blessings to you my friends,

Have a lovely and fulfilling week.

xoxo Gabreial

 

 

 

Comments

Kori@mylittlecornerdesign.com

I will have to check out that book. "Mary House the Martha Way" Sounds like it is right up my alley. Thanks for the post!
Blessings,
Kori

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