Often, it takes a season of transition to remind us of our goals. As a school teacher, the last day of school and the first day are often the hardest moments for reflection. As I sit in my classroom for the final time this year, I am reminded of all that I hoped to achieve over the past 180 school days.
This is not a question to keep the wheels spinning – there is a lot to be said about seeking joy while feeling contentment with our current circumstances.
For today, I ask you. What do you want to do with your life? Who do you want to impact? What do you hope to change? – Lastly, what is standing in your way?
It is important to set goals and have a vision, but that goal of success does not mean you should not be grateful for the moment that you are in now.
We have a vision of how life is supposed to look, when we lose control of our plan, our options, or simply our progress things get dim.
I will try my best to not only blog about life and my ponderings, but use this platform to document my journey through this (sadly) digital program.
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While I support hard work and try to instill that practice in my students daily, there is a time where hard work becomes a problem.