She Will Move Mountains Printable
So, we are into the new year now and most of us make resolutions, knowing that we likely won’t carry them out all the way. Maybe the problem isn’t actually us, but the fact that we set almost impossible goals for ourselves. I swear, in 2016 I’m not going to eat a single carb! This of course is a goal you give yourself after binge eating pasta and bread sticks the evening before. Or maybe you say that you aren’t going to buy any more craft items until you have used everything you have stocked up (I’ve vowed this one, ask me how that turned out!).
How about we set goals to love more, give more hugs, write letters, smile at strangers, or buy the person behind you a meal?
Give yourself some much needed attention. Maybe it is carving out some time to read the bible or a much needed bubble bath.
We tend to put ourselves on the back burner because we take care of everyone else. However, when we do that we can get short tempered or a bit ‘yelly’ as my kids would say. If we don’t take care of ourselves, then it makes it hard to take care of the people we love.
I made this printable to remind all of you that even though you can’t save the world (even if you really, really want to), you make a difference every single day. Your friends and family love and count on you. YOU MOVE MOUNTAINS!!! When we set the example for our children, they will see it and want to mimic our actions.
My mother always said “let people see Jesus in you” and I always try to remind myself to do that. Maybe for you it is just letting people see the love in your heart or the compassion that you have.
Whatever wonderful thing you have inside you, let it shine and I promise, you will move mountains!
Click HERE for the 8×10 printable!
I hope this year is your most wonderful yet!
Heidi @ Glitter & Grace
Hello there! Heidi here from Glitter & Grace. I am a maker. I make pretty things, good food, and not to boast, but I have also made five people. I mean, it doesn’t get much better than that. I hope to catch up on lost sleep somewhere in my 40’s, but I’m not too hopeful. #momlife
In any of my free time you can find me in my craft room amongst my Silhouette, cans of paint, piles of wood, cubbies of fabric, bins of randomness, glitter covered floor, and my laptop. My craft room is my sanctuary. I would argue to say that it’s cheaper than therapy, but we all know that is a lie!
I love digital design as well and that has led me to creating my Etsy shop where I sell digital prints. My brain is on constant creativity mode, so if we ever meet in person and I looked spaced out, it’s probably because I am trying to figure out how to make a replica of the necklace you are wearing. Please take no offense.