Today, the millennial generation makes up 92 million people. We are the most diverse, brightest, smartest, tech-saavy, career driven, go-getters who are leading this next generation. Here's what folks can learn.
1.) 1 in 3 Americans will be millennials in 2020
I am so glad to finally share my journey and why I went Vegan in 2018! For years, many people encouraged me to try it, however I realized this - you can’t force someone to do something they don’t want to do! Being vegan was never appealing to me. Yes I wanted to live a healthy lifestyle, but dang, not that healthy! Many people believe being vegan is eating grass and sticks all day and after doing my 21 day journey, I found that to be the farthest from the truth.
I am so excited to finally share my journey to becoming a host! Read more after the break!
1.) Organize and clean out your closet. Go through all your clothes and shoes. Get rid of that one sweater from Christmas 2002 that you're never probably going to wear again and give away everything else you don't need.
Switch up the color scheme. Pastels, nudes and solids like black and white are always in style. Throw in a splash of color and you're in a whole new office !
The evidence of your trust in God is in your ability and willingness to wait on Him. One of the toughest challenges many believers face in their walk in faith is waiting on God. We want everything instantly. However the fact is, the things we get quick often do not last and lead us into doing things that later fill us with regret and shame.
"For still the vision awaits its appointed time; it hastens to the end—it will not lie. If it seems slow, wait for it; it will surely come; it will not delay." Habakkuk 2:3
Everyday you are faced with a series of choices to make. These questions may range from the simplest things like 'Should I go to the grocery store today?" to more important things like "Is this person a healthy addition to my life?" We have to make choice after choice and sometimes it can just get simply overwhelming.
The single most important thing however, in the midst of all these choices, is being able to drown out the noise of this world and actively position yourself to quiet down, listen and obey the voice of God.
Being single and content can sometimes just be straight hard. You scroll through Facebook and Instagram and everyones status is popping up reading "engaged" or "just married". You think to yourself, "God what about me?" You see people in relationships that appear to be having the time of their LIFE while you consider your life and find yourself straight bored and lonely. You may have somedays you just want to cry out and say God, "When are you going to send me that man/woman?!"
Well to encourage you, I will share my journey in singleness.