It’s almost mid-February and I’m only finishing my January unboxing… I’m a lame blogger! sigh. Actually…. I started typing this post almost a month ago then there was the house renovation then the moving then so much more. Anyways… to the real post.
It’s been a year!! As I am typing this post, I realised that I have been subscribed to MEB for a year now. 12 boxes in and I’m still here because I enjoy what I get and I get to support a black owned business. #IssaWinWin
I can’t believe that this is my first post for 2018 but the truth is I had a post and still have it in my draft from the 1st. I can’t remember why I did not post it in the end but hey! Here we are… I wish you the absolute best for this year 2018.
It is still the beginning of the year and some of us are still setting goals. Some people have already broken their resolutions but the truth is everyday or every week is an opportunity to start again.
Like many people, I sat down and wrote my goals for 2018. I had a look at my spiritual goals, my professional, financial, health and lifestyle goals but also my relationship goals.
Relationship goals… now this is a big one that encompasses many areas or levels therefore it is great to spend time thinking about your goals. However, I am not here to list my relationship goals but to share about a series of messages by Pastor Michael Todd that I found on YouTube. They are helping me to reflect on the goals that I had set but also to see things from a biblical and sometimes different point of view. Some of what he said, I already knew but because I am trying to remain teachable, I am learning a looooot!
The very funny thing is that once I started to watch it, I started to see many of my friends talking about it in their stories (Snapchat/IG).
I’m writing about this simply because I think that even if you’re not Christian there’s still a lot to learn from this series. Also, it does not matter if you are single (single/ dating/ courting) or married.
Finally, the teaching took on many shapes including a panel.
As I am typing this post, I’m listening to part 5 of the series and I’m ready to go for part 6.
Do you have relationship goals? or any other goals really? Do you reflect on them regularly? Let me know in the comments below.