While he is away …

While he is away …

Make a Plan

  • Be Patient and Trustful
  • Keep your spirit uplifted and your body healthy and vigorous
  • Keep yourself busy
  • Serve someone else – don’t live in survival mode or selfish mode
  • Invite someone over for a homemade meal who lives alone.
  • Take a meal to a friend.
  • Write a note of encouragement to someone.
  • Get outside of yourself.

 

Hang Out With Yourself

  • Make some fun for yourself. Treat Yourself List your ways here ….
  • Lose yourself in a good cup of tea – it can change the world
  • Play guitar or keyboard – learn some new tunes
  • Go to bed way before midnight.
  • Keep exercising regularly and start taking dancing or gym classes.
  • Start a new course or hobby. Establish little goals and work on enhancing your abilities in a certain field or focus on learning a new skill or language.
  • Catch up on your TV Shows – or art and craft that you haven’t done for a while
  • Acknowledge your feelings. Don’t go in to hiding.
  • Plot his journey on a map. Pray blessings on his days.
  • Keep note of your feelings plus the big topics of conversation to talk about on his return (not the first day). Some things are not best to talk/write about on cellphone.

 

Have A True Girls’ Night

  • Do things that build relationships with those you know or those that you don’t yet know.
  • Catch up with some old friends you haven’t seen in a while – do girly things eg. haircut, mani/pedi.
  • Make good on that promise of coffee with a friend you haven’t seen in awhile.
  • Surround yourself with friends and go out with them. Plan dinners, movies and other interesting social events, and invite people over more often.
  • Be diligent in carving out time to be in God’s Word. Focus your heart, worries and affections on God
  • On his return … be patient and trusting; allow time for re-adjustment and for the traveller to rest and re-group.
  • From a variety of websites, 4 May 2017

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