If you’re like me, you’re wearing simple, pared down outfits these days. It’s called surviving summer! Ha! So today I’m sharing 10+ summer style hacks to help you elevate even the simplest outfits.
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Today’s YouTube Video
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When you watch at YouTube, you’ll find all the links to the clothing and accessories I’m showing in the Description Box. But I’m including everything in the 2 shopping widgets below, too. These are affiliate links. If you shop through them, I potentially earn a commission on any purchases, but at no cost to you. Thank you for shopping through my links and supporting my work. It’s a pleasure to serve you this way.
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Blessed for My Day
Sweet gal, let me remind you today that you are precious to God. He cares deeply for you. You are on His mind and not a minute of your days passes when He is not thinking of you. And, hear this, He thinks of you kindly. God is not disappointed in you or put out with you.
So today I urge you to speak kindly to yourself. If you catch yourself reprimanding yourself or speaking negatively in your mind, gently correct your tone or your words. Remember that God is patient with you, compassionate toward you, tender and kind. Any negative words of self-loathing you hear in your head are from the enemy of your soul, not your Father in Heaven.
Just as a father has compassion on his children, So the Lord has compassion on those who fear Him. ~ Psalm 103:13