I'm a big believer in whole-person wellness. I think the physical aspects of health are just as important as the mental, emotional, and spiritual ones. And I believe that all of them interconnect and overlap in many different ways.
I have a lot of bracelets. Having a lot of bracelets means it can sometimes be difficult to know what I have because they usually end up piled up on one, long shelf. So, last Saturday, it was way too hot outside to do anything productive in my yard, so I decided to make my bracelet shelf something lovely with a little DIY organization project...
Millennials catch a lot of flack. Just start to Google "Millennials are..." and a whole list of unflattering words will pop up. And while I've witnessed my fair share of stereotypical Millennial behavior, I'm not sure what good it does to rub a person's shortcomings in his or her face - or to write yet another article on why Millennials are the worst. So, in the spirit of working toward living in peace, I'd like to suggest to you some often-overlooked positive traits of this generation.
It is true that everything is not all about me. Nor is it all about you. I know, earth-shattering, right? While this is certainly true, it is also true that when we are feeling messed up, off-kilter, or wrecked, then a lot of that comes out in how we treat others. So to have great relationships, we need to do a little "me" work first.
All we know is that we are changing, every single day. What we don't know is where that change will take us or what our future holds. What we need is friends and loved ones around us who will be there. People who will pray and help as we struggle and then commit to caring for us when what and who we are is finally revealed.