Pastor's Blog

March 28, 2020

These days I think it’s especially helpful to establish minimum achievable goals.  It’s easy to think about all the stuff we should be doing but can’t do because of the coronavirus.  Instead, we might ask, “What is the minimum that I know I can do today?”  Setting an achievable goal is always helpful.  I’ve been starting the day by doing a simple workout in my garage.  I can’t go to the gym anymore, but just 30 minutes of movement really helps me to clear my head, and reduce stress.  Stepping up and down on the front porch steps for example, doing some push-ups and sits ups, trying some deep knee bends, walking around the block, or just moving around your home is more effective than we give it credit for.  I encourage you to think about the minimum you know you can achieve.  After my “home workout”, I made the bed today and got dressed just as if I was going to the office.   I read somewhere that when we dress like we’re at work, we actually concentrate better and work more efficiently...

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