Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Adjusting to Change + An Outfit to Share

 "Change is hard at first, messy in the middle, and gorgeous at the end."
-Robin Sharma
Life is full of changes. Not one moment of it is the same. From jobs, to health, to friendships, and even personal styles, we are all constantly changing. Nothing stays the same for long in life.
With that being said, I have NEVER been a huge fan of change. I have had to learn to not fear change in life.

But rather embrace and lean on GOD for courage to face it.

There have been many changes in the past year of my life.

From being diagnosed and healed of ovarian cancer, losing my hair from the chemo, facing a lot of physical changes because of it, and even adjusting to being a full-time stay at home wife.

Even my personal style has changed. Where I used to gravitate toward dull, muted colors, I LOVE bright pops of colors in my outfits now! :D

It has been a hard lesson to learn, but I am finally comfortable with the changes life brings.

Including some pretty big, and exciting ones I can not wait to share with you another day. :D
Has change ever frightened you? Is GOD bringing any changes into your life right now that you are learning to adjust to?
Have a wonderfully blessed day everyone! Thanks for stopping by!

P.S. This entire outfit was thrifted from "Clothes Mentor", I love me some cute cheap clothing finds. :D

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  1. Hello Angel. What nice photos.
    I do hope that by now you have received the swap parcel I sent you?

    1. Thank you! :) I have not as of yet. Hopefully soon! :)

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    1. Thank-you Valeria! And for stopping by. :D

  3. I love your outfit and isn't it fabulous to get them thrifted?? That blue color is perfect for your complexion! jodie
    ps. I came from Wearing with wisdom!!

    1. Thank-you Jodie! It is FABOULOUS to get pretty clothing thrifted. :D


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