Monthly Archives: July 2011

Decisions, Decisions

One of the biggest challenges since moving here one month ago is figuring out how to prioritize my time and energy… how to make decisions between two good things (or eight good things…).  I’m reading Getting Things Done by David … Continue reading

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Your Killer Taste

This Ira Glass quote shared by Sally McGraw at Already Pretty helps me key in on the despondency I’ve been feeling in my new work! What nobody tells people who are beginners — and I really wish someone had told … Continue reading

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Whew.  I am tired! Nothing has prepared me for full-time, all-by-your-lonesome, too-much-to-do-and-too-little-time-in-which-to-do-it Methodist ministry.   I’ve been blessed with an outstanding education, challenging internships, and a strong support network.  But still, this transition is making me tired. Sunday comes so quickly. … Continue reading

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