This week’s episode is a little bit about homeschooling but more about how God wants to be involved, not just in giving us things to do but actually doing them with us.

This principle is part of the Soul Pillar in my Made To Soar: Next 90 Days course (opening again in January), but I wanted to share it with you now because it is life-changing.

I don’t say that lightly!

If you want to do more with your life, it starts with slowing down.

When I take time every morning to pray, read scriptures, and journal – genuinely seeking God and working to create my day with Him – things flow waaaay more smoothly.

My capacity increases and things feel easy (or at least much easier). I also have more confidence in how I’m spending my time.

We need to put in our effort and diligence. We need to develop consistent habits and skills to move us toward our goals. But, we don’t just need to get our marching orders from God and get to work.

We need to invite Him into the work with us.

We need to seek to align our ideas with God and let Him direct the steps we take. He cares about the little details.

He cared about my struggles with my homeschool day and gave me the vision for what we could do instead (Mom Time Morning Block – you’ll hear all about it in the episode!)

I’ve tried muscling through and solving problems on my own, but I fall into the “Exhausted Supermom Trap” and end up burned out. Working with God to design my days and life keeps me from staying there.

I know He cares about your struggles and problems too.

For more about what this process looks like, tune into this week’s episode!

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