Thanks for sticking with me for this month-long series on Keeping Our Hustle Holy. I know your email space is precious, so I appreciate all of you who subscribed or came over to read the posts from Instagram or Facebook.
This may be the final year for the Write 31 Days challenge, but there are good things ahead. If you love writing, don’t wait around for someone to host a challenge before you get started. Just sit down and start writing. You don’t need to wait for someone to give you permission, or organize a group, or check in with you every day.
If God has given you work to do, or a dream to chase, take the first step in faith that you can do it – not in your own strength, or because you’re enough on your own, but because it’s from and for God.
That doesn’t just apply to writing, by the way. Whatever it is that you’ve been waiting around to start, find a way to take that first step. Do you need someone to hold you accountable? Find some friends in your real life you can share the journey with – who will check in on you, pray for you, and encourage you.
Do you wish you had a group to join that would answer your questions, maybe a few ladies who are just a couple steps ahead that can help you navigate what comes next? Join groups that are for your particular work or gift or dream and find your people.
Abide with God and make time to listen to His voice over the shouts of the world. And get ready to take your next step. I believe in you.
Keep your hustle holy.
p.s. Oh and come back to join our “Holy Hustle” book club, ok? It kicks off tomorrow!