I learned that I can stay connected with my loved ones without being hyper-connected to hundreds of people at the same time. I started shifting my mindset and I started paying attention to how people acted who didn’t have social media. This is how they stay in touch without social media.
A New Era: My Social Media Exodus
I'm in the process of leaving social media! To be notified of little Lillian Carrie's birth announcement, you can subscribe here to my blog as it will be the first, and possibly only, place I post!
About seven months ago, in May, I wrote this original post on my new blog I intended to be about a homemade capsule wardrobe. Since then, I have realized that, although I still love sewing and creating a capsule wardrobe, my blog thoughts extended beyond those two related topics. After a long break, I decided to move on to a new, broader, blog: The Journey of a Keeper.
This post, I believe, is still a very good description of my journey to intentional living.
In January, I started Financial Peace University (Online) by Dave Ramsey. That began my journey to living intentionally. I wrote down goals, I created a budget, and I was intentional with my spending. Having a budget and plans for where we wanted our money to go has help us so much. I only wish we would have started sooner.
Getting on a budget was great, but then I decided I wanted to loose weight. I looked at FitBits and similar gadgets, but they didn’t fit in my budget. Finally I found a budget friendly method to keep me accountable. Enter, MyFitnessPal! Again, I set some goals. I started keeping track of my food and physical activity each day. I became intentional about my health. I wasn’t always consistent, and it certainly wasn’t always easy, but I know I’m creating better habits that will benefit me if I keep it…
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