Our 31 Days of Purposing are just about over, and they turned out to be more like “24” than “31,” because counting is tricky.
Or because I didn’t post every day.
I’m okay with that. When it comes to blogging vs. sleep, I generally choose blogging, but when it’s blogging vs. Evelyn, well. Ev wins every time. That’s how blogging with purpose goes, for me.
But before we retire the purple flowers, though, there’s one more thing I want to make sure is clear.
When I say LIVE WITH PURPOSE, I don’t want anyone to hear: TRY HARDER. DO MORE. BE BETTER.
Not at all. Living with purpose is not a try-harder kind of deal.
I don’t want anyone to walk away thinking: OH GREAT. I’m supposed to take my already-jam-packed days and then add in “purpose”? Really? How’s that going to work? BECAUSE NO.
I hear that. Don’t worry! It’s not about adding on. It’s not about doing more.
When I talk about living with purpose, I want you to hear: You are already enough.
You, being yourself, have a purpose.
You, valuing the things you value, have direction.
You, doing more of what fits — what fits your personality, your passions, your life season, your skills and interests and responsibilities — and less of what doesn’t, are living with purpose.
You don’t have to do it all, and you don’t have to do MORE.
You don’t have to take the already-full life you’re already living and add purpose on top, like a seasoning. Purpose isn’t there to make things spicy. Purpose is the meal. Purpose nourishes us and helps us grow and keeps us healthy.
Purpose is what we start with, and build on.
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