Habit stacking not only changed my mornings, it’s changed my entire days.
Here’s what I gleaned from using The 20/20/20 Method and how it miraculously reconfigured my hours, days, weeks, and months in just twenty-minute segments.
You may be looking at the title of this post and rolling your eyes because we haven’t even celebrated Thanksgiving
you may be silently cheering, your internal pom-pom’s shaking wildly at the thought of getting a jump on your 2020 Christmas list.
To the purists: Puddin’ Pie, you do you.
For all you cheerleaders ready to tackle the end of the year: This Church Girl is here to help.
When my friend was diagnosed with cervical cancer years ago, it was the first time I had tried to serve someone with a critical diagnosis. Honestly, because of my anxiety, I was a clueless and unhelpful bystander other than praying. I froze and regretfully did nothing. I wish someone had given me a list of pragmatic ways to serve.
It wasn’t until my own mother-in-law had lung cancer that I began to understand from the inside how to be more useful.