I Need to Get Back In The Game

Hello!

This week has been another fairly calm week when it comes to where God has worked. And the reason I say this is because I don’t really have many notes from prayer this week. The end of last week, the weekend, and Monday were different from what I normally do for prayer because we were painting my room. And since we were painting, my normal routine and flow were thrown off track a bit.

But let’s get back to one of the main points for this post.

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I think I’ve discussed this in a previous post, so I’m not going to dwell on it for too long now. But I am going to say that the fact that I’ve been trying to just believe is a step forward. The reason I say this is because I normally try to figure out where God is in relation to where I am at the moment.

There’s another thing for this week.

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This is something that I’ve been thinking about for a while. And it’s something that I’ve been worried about for a while.

I’ve been worried about what other people think about me trying to make this my career. I’ve been thinking about where I want my career to go. Is this site even something I want to do? How long am I going to give it for it to succeed? What do I need to do to make it succeed? Why isn’t this working the way that I thought that it would? How many hours do I need to work in a week? What about in a day?

But despite all of this worry, things are beginning to pull together.

There are people who believe in what I’m doing. I have people who support me. I have my work space together again. I have changed what I’m thinking about doing for content. I’m working on getting a book published. I’m working on writing a second book. And I’m working on reading other blogs and interacting with them.

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One last thing for this week’s post.

Wednesday during prayer, I finally let out some emotions I had been holding in for a while. These emotions included anger/frustration, sadness, and loneliness. But in these emotions, I was able to do something that I’ve struggled to do:

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Even though this honesty barely scratched the surface of what needs to be discussed, it’s a start. And starting is a major step.

And with that, I think I’m going to close out this post.

If there’s something you’re worried about or you’re struggling with, please comment below. And if there’s a way you’re working through it or making progress, please comment that below as well. I also encourage you to pray about what you’re struggling with. And if you’d like to be a part of the email community, please subsribe!

Until next time!

-Victoria

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