What’s Your New Normal?

What does it mean when someone says, “My new normal?” 
We hear that phrase a lot don’t we! Especially during this time. People usually say it when something tragic happens to help them make sense of a situation.

I first experienced adapting to “my “new normal” when I loss my independence from a paralyzing virus. I was forced into a new normal I was not expecting, and I assure you I was not happy about it! So, I have some idea of what it’s like to feel trapped in situations outside of my control. But you know something? Long before I had to adapt to my new normal physically, God was trying to give me the mindset of a new normal spiritually. 

Let’s just say, that my new mindset allows me to be very comfortable with being uncomfortable. This mindset, helps me keep my peace and joy no matter what my circumstances are.

                                           WHAT’S YOUR NEW NORMAL?

Now to him who’s able to do WAY MORE than we could EVER hope or IMAGINE…I thank you for joining me in this adventure of discovering God’s intended more for YOUR life.

STRENGTH TO FIGHT- TAMARA BOYES

TOGETHER – We can GO FARTHER!

Thank you for supporting me and the Going Farther mission.

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