Girliness and Neutrals
Hello and happy Wednesday all! It's been a sunny November day in the land of evergreen trees, and I have a new outfit to show you. It's not for the faint of heart...there's lace and pink. ;)
Outfit Details: Cardigan ~ Thrift Store; Tee ~ Thrift Store; Skirt ~ Consignment Store; Tights ~ Gift?; Cuffs ~ Gift; Boots ~ Sears; Hairband ~ Gift
Today as I was thinking about the possibility of getting a more regular job soon, I was reflecting on how not working (though I do work some) has given me time to find out more about myself. "Finding" myself hasn't been a selfish, mystical journey of trying to look within - any reflection on myself would show some ugliness for the Lord to cleanse. Instead, it has meant finding out my pleasures, talents and interests, strengths and weaknesses, and values. My life hasn't been all about my job(s).
If you are working minimally and not going to school right now, I would encourage you to enjoy this season. You won't have time like this if you begin to work more (this isn't to say that you shouldn't get a regular job). Enjoy spending time on your hobbies and learning new things. Make sure you make the most of the time you have to spend time in the Word and prayer. Someday you may be working or ministering more or raising a houseful of kiddos!
If you aren't working a regular job, how do you make the most of your time?
Has anything changed for those of you who work regularly?
How do you make time for hobbies and interests?
See then that you walk circumspectly, not as fools but as wise,
redeeming the time,
because the days are evil.