STEP 1: Set Realistic Goals

Intentional living means you’re living your life with purpose, focused on making a difference in the lives of others and having left the world a better place. The foundation of being intentional is goal setting. You can’t accidentally be intentional, it’s a choice you have to make.

So in order to start your journey toward more intentional living, it’s time to set some goals. Not sure how? I’ll help! Check out this Goal Setting Workbook I created just for you to get started on this journey.

STEP 2: Prioritize Self Care

When you set goals, one of them should be to prioritize self care. I’ve learned the hard way the importance of taking care of yourself before you can experience healing and growth in any area of your life.

One way to take care of yourself is to connect with others around you who can encourage you on this journey. I’ve created a Facebook Group where we do just that! Let’s be friends!

STEP 3: Learn How to Study Your Bible

Did you know the Bible is not actually set up in chronological order?! As if it wasn’t already confusing enough! I am a visual learner and study the Bible in the only way that works for me–through drawings!

Let me help simplify the events for you to get the most out of your Bible study. I’m working through the entire thing one book at a time, so check out the latest of my unique timelines here:

STEP 4: Apply What You’re Learning

While daily Bible study is wonderful, it doesn’t do much good if you don’t apply what you’re learning to your life and relationships. I created a FREE daily scripture study for you to print each month.

The directions are simple: Write out the day’s verse on the left side of the page and journal about how you can use this in your daily life or simply write out a prayer to God.

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