Live Small

31 days, the nester, live small

Welcome to 31 Days to live small.

Scroll down to read Day 1. Click to read the other days that I’ll be adding as they go live.

Day 2: What It Means To Live Small

Day 3: Live Small, A Doorway of Hope

Day 4: Live Small from C.S. Lewis

Day 5: Live Small from Ann Landers

Day 6: Live Small Starts Small

Day 7: Getting Stuck in Living Small

Day 8: Living Small in Yoga Pant with Ironman

Day 9: A Great Conversationalist Lives Small, part 1

Day 10: A Great Conversationalist Lives Small, part 2

Day 11: Live Small by Andrew Murray

Day 12: Live Small by Albert Einstein

Day 13: How to Live Small and Love Free in Your Marriage

Day 14: What Would I Say If I Weren’t A Messed-Up Mom

Day 15: Live Small in Your Home with One Simple Word

Day 16: Four Ways to Live Small with Girlfriends

Day 17: Living Small in our Busy Life

Day 18: Live Small by Mother Teresa

Day 19: Live Small by Abraham Lincoln

Day 20: Living Small in the “Just Because I Said So”

Day 21: Living Small in the “I Can’t Do It”

Day 22: Living Small in the “What Ifs”

Day 23: Living Small When “I’ve Messed Up!”

Day 25: Living Small with Oswald Chambers

Day 26: Live Small with Martin Luther

Day 27: Repurpose Your Closet and Live Small

Day 28: Ways to Teach Kids to Live Small

Day 29: Saying “Yes” to a Helping Hand is Living Small

Day 30: A Great Conversationalist Lives Small, part 3

Day 31: Living Small in Being #1

It’s become quite trendy to live small.

small house

small house from storage container

Some love it. Others claustophobially run.

Although I won’t be moving our family into a snazzy shipping container or a miniature house, I am committed to live small in my heart. Over the last few months, I’ve been struck with the importance of a small life. To minimalize all the extra distractions and overshadowing worries that complicate and purge. Purge the junk to simplify that smallness. Living with and owning a humble heart.

baby hands
Photo Credit: Images by John ‘K’ via Compfight cc

Jesus entered this earth in the smallest of ways: as a baby born to an unknown girl in a crowded barn. Small.  Simple.  Yet, his message was anything but small. His humble approach and powerful message changed the world!

By learning to live small these 31 days, we will embrace the bigness of God and His big purpose for you and me.

 

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