What’s up?

Hey girls!!

Its been a while, I know. Not that you have had a chance to experience a lack of diversion! Wow, the media, the government, and individuals like us all around the world have certainly had a roller coaster ride in the last few months! I still have trouble wrapping my mind about how huge the Covid-19 effects have become. However, I am not going down that mumbo-jumbo path in this blog post.

My question is, what’s up? How should we be spending our moments throughout this Covid-19 paranoia?

We are all, to varying degrees depending on the individual, in a season where we have increased time spent in our homes due to social-distancing, quarantine, and self-isolation.

Girls, we have TIME. Time we can focus on things that really matter.

May I encourage you, girls, to think of ways you can be using this season productively and meaningfully? I’ll be posting some ideas in the following blog post, but what are some of your thoughts?

Here’s a quote that challenges me:

“How we spend our days is of course how we spend our lives. What we do with this hour and that one is what we are doing.” – Annie Dillard 

Look forward to hearing from you all! 😀

Love, Jen

8 thoughts on “What’s up?

    • Kate says:

      Hi Kiara, are would wanting ideas for what to do in this time? I feel like I’ll never have enough life to do everything I have in mind, so if you want me to share I will 🙂

  1. whatdinnywore says:

    Great thoughts, Jen! I agree that time is one of the greatest gifts for us during this time. I’ve been able to practice music, read books, work on blogging, work on a Bible course, spend time with family, and go hiking in the great outdoors. It can be tricky to discipline your time when you have SO much of it, but by God’s grace I’m working on it. It’s a good “problem” to have.
    Looking forward to your next post!
    God bless,
    Claudine

    • Jenny Rast says:

      Thank you, Claudine!! I really appreciate your diligent example and for sharing it with us! 😀 Stay safe! – Jenny

    • Kate says:

      Hey Lydia! I know I love spending time with friends and ‘doing things’ but I find that the introvert in me is so enjoying this time! It’s also such a blessing to be stuck at home to get things done. I hope your not bored though, 🙂

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