I always have good intentions and convince myself that I’ll find the time to practice what I pin. But, if you are like me, those intentions are hopeful at best. Well, enough was enough. I went for it. I crossed a bunch of pins off of my list for the party. And my realization? I’d been procrastinating and avoiding the work because I thought it would take too long. But when I started creating, I actually had more energy and made better use of my time. Conclusion? God has given us each amazing gifts and talents, and when we live into those strengths, we become a fuller version of the person He created us to be.
Even though scripture tells us to focus on our inward beauty, ladies, let’s not pretend we don’t care about our outward beauty. We love to get dressed up, we love to be told we look stunning, we like to take time to make our hair look special for an outing with friends, we like to wear clothing that accentuates our personal body type. While our inward beauty is the most important aspect about us, we should appreciate our outward beauty for the gift God made it to be.