This Christmas season is the busiest time of year for many people. When angels appeared in Bethlehem on the first Christmas to announce that Jesus Christ had come to Earth, they declared that it should be a time of peace. Now, we often stuff our schedules so full of Christmas activities that we’re stressed to the point of worrying how we’ll be able to do it all.
What we need this time of year is peace of mind.
One of the keys to experiencing that is wise planning. You can start planning well by reflecting on what you’re giving our attention to right now and whether or not each thing you’re focusing on is really worth occupying your mind and schedule. My recent Crosswalk.com article “Have Yourself an Uncomfortable Christmas” challenges you to ask certain questions to pull yourself out of your comfort zone and start focusing on what truly is most worthy of your attention.
Speaking of Christmas, my About.com site about angels and miracles will return later this month after being archived for a while. Thank you, wonderful readers, for continuing to visit the site even while it was archived. The page views have been so high that now it’s being activated once more, and I’ll be able to produce fresh content for it regularly! Since angels and miracles play such important roles in Christmas, the site features lots of Christmas content that I hope you’ll love.
How can you change how you plan your schedule to increase your peace of mind?