As we have talked about this week, there are ways that we can bring that joy into our lives that we so crave. We can focus on the Savior, we can serve others, we can remember our worth and that we are so loved. And we can make an intentional decision to have more joy in our lives.
I hope that as we have discussed joy this week that you have taken the time to record your feelings in a journal. And if you don’t have a journal, please take the time to go out and find a cute little notebook that speaks to you. I promise it will bring you a little joy just doing that.
I have found that finding joy in daily living is totally a process. Let’s face it, some days are just better than others. This whole week I have been sick (head cold), all I have really wanted to do is lay down and sleep it all off. But I have felt so strongly lately that I need to be more consistent in sharing my thoughts and feelings somewhere besides a pretty little journal. Although I highly recommend that and I won’t stop writing in mine, it is also important to follow through on our promptings and impressions. We are all here to help each other.
This blog is about finding hope and joy. And while it happens to be filled with my personal experiences, I would love nothing more than to have guest writers come in and talk about experiences that they’ve had in finding joy in daily life. If this is something that you’d be interested in please DM me. Or I can just share your story anonymously, I can’t wait to hear from you. Have a great weekend! I’ll see you next week!