Forming Great Habits Doesn’t Mean We Work All the Time

 

Forming great habits doesn’t mean we work all the time.

I come from a family of hard workers. I married a hard worker. Problem is, with those sorts of great examples surrounding me:

  • I can sometimes feel as if I’ll never be enough.
  • My house won’t ever be clean enough.
  • I haven’t decorated my house enough.
  • I haven’t worked out enough.

It’s the Never Enough syndrome. Can you relate? Often we shun reading self-help materials because we feel like a failure as soon as we read the title. Things like:

 

  • Get Organized in Thirty Days
  • Be the Best You in Three Months
  • You’re a Loser, but We can Make You a Winner

 

I totally made those titles up. You get the point, right?

You don_t have to work all the time.

 

38 Now while they were on their way, Jesus entered a village [called Bethany], and a woman named Martha welcomed Him into her home. 39 She had a sister named Mary, who seated herself at the Lord’s feet and was continually listening to His teaching. 40 But Martha was very busy and distracted with all of her serving responsibilities; and she approached Him and said, “Lord, is it of no concern to You that my sister has left me to do the serving alone? Tell her to help me and do her part.” 41 But the Lord replied to her, “Martha, Martha, you are worried and bothered and anxious about so many things; 42 but only one thing is necessary, for Mary has chosen the good part [that which is to her advantage], which will not be taken away from her.”- Luke 10: 38-42

 

Can you imagine, ladies. Jesus comes to your home in the flesh? I will confess there are many times when I have been the Martha, cleaning up and being distracted with serving instead of focusing on the guest or my family. Mary chose the good part. She chose to focus on Jesus. We can learn a few things from Mary. Take the time to listen to Jesus. Take the time to focus on your family instead of getting caught up in the service. You don’t have to work all the time.

*This is an excerpt from our Mom Habits Course.

 

 

Mom Habits 3 Week Course

Are you a Mom? Do you struggle with forming great Mom habits like getting dressed in real clothes and making food? The struggle is real people! We know! We are Moms. The Whole House Team is offering a three week Mom Habit Course starting February 19th.

Habits!

For each of the three weeks, we will work on two habits.

  • Week One –Get Dressed and Eat Food
  • Week Two- Play and Move
  • Week Three- Plan Stuff and Go on a Date

We can’t promise to change you into a totally different person, what we can do is come along side you and encourage you and offer some tools to help you along the way! Interested? Comment and let us know!

How do you sign up? Comment on this post or message or comment on The Whole House Facebook page.

How will the course be shared?

  • We’ll have weekly videos featuring Kathleen and Amerey (Mom and Daughter).
  • You’ll receive daily emails for the three weeks.
  • You’ll be invited to a private Facebook Group to share the journey with other Moms

I hope you can join us, it’s going to be a fun course!