So the awesome people over @industrymeofficial wrote a blog post about me and my debut EP #JustLikeThat for their #IMMusicMonday series!!!!!!! It’s a Q&A about everything I do and want to do musically, and it was just a really nice thing to do, so thank you!! Make sure you go check it out (there’s also a little shoutout for all you wonderful people at the end 😉). The link is in ma bio 😜 Love you all and thank you so much 💕💕💕💕💕💕
Join us here tomorrow at 12.30 uk time, where we will be joined by Carole Gilling-Smith, the medical director from the @agorafertility clinic. Carole will be answering your questions live for an hour. When we post an image at 12.30 saying ‘live’, all you need to do is post your question in the comments and Carole will reply to you. You can ask her anything fertility related. See you back here tomorrow! #knowledgeispower#trustedclinic#questionsandanswers
The difference of a Christian in relation to the rest of the people who do not know Christ as Savior is not that we go to Church on Sundays, or that we read the Bible more than they do.
That difference must first be shown in an intimate, daily and profound relationship with our Lord and His Word. This will then be reflected by our daily life in a speech that edifies others, by having healthy relationships with family and friends, by doing high-quality work and on time, by being exemplary citizens (neighbor, driver, passenger, etc.), and naturally by active members of the Church and not just attendees.
Our daily life in the eyes of others "speaks" much more than our words or verses of the Bible. If we do not make a difference, we will be only religious people and others will not see Christ reflected on us or on our way of life. There will be no real attraction that draws others' attention to God. If we are making a difference for God, then those who see us will give glory to God. “We are the Bibles the world is reading; We are the creeds the world is needing; We are the sermons the world is heeding.” ― Billy Graham
n e w yoga/wellbeing Q&A series!
i’ve been getting different questions lately & as much as we sometimes think we’re alone in these things, we’re not so let’s open up together. each week i’ll posting one question or message from you along with my response.👇🏼
Q:// ‘I just took up yoga and I get so frustrated with myself for not being stretchy and not being able to do the poses. I almost cried out of frustration at class lol 😩’//
A:|| Not being stretchy is actually good! It means you can feel things much more & get to that edge easier. Flexible people have a hard time to feel stretches & have to push further to get there. And can also sometimes go from pose to pose as a routine rather than an experience in the moment. Embrace this period as a beginner. These emotions that have come up are good. Feel them. If you need to scream or cry on the mat, do it. Question them. Ask yourself where these feelings are coming from. Why you’re being so hard on you. Usually, deep down they come from a core believer of not being good enough. It’s a process. Yoga is really not at all just for those who are flexible. Keep going. Don’t give up. Accept where you are today. Stay gentle with your body and self. Everything will start to flow easier bit by bit. It just all takes time and dedicated practice. I also couldn’t do anything in the beginning. We all start somewhere. Have fun with it. Most importantly - don’t forget how amazing you are & that your worth does NOT depend on if you can touch your toes or get into some pose.❤️||
if you have a question, comment it below or send me a private message, i’ll be sharing another next week.⚡️⚡️⚡️
outfit by @yogabyjulz